What is Greek Life? Being "Greek" is another way to be involved at an University. Greeks are a group of individuals that get together to support student success, foster leadership skills and enhance the USU student experience. The Greek Life community at Utah State University consists of five fraternities, three sororities and alumni who value character, leadership, friendship, scholarship and service.
|Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity in front of their house on campus|
To join these communities, you have to rush for them, which is participating in a week where the current Greek members interact with prospective members. Why would you rush? They have fun while providing service for the local community through their philanthropy. Some examples are: Delta Sigma Phi participates in the annual Relay event at Utah State University. Working as a chapter to raise as much money as possible to support the American Cancer Society. Other example is the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority supports the cause against domestic violence. Four of these fraternities and sororities have their own house on campus, which means you can live with your best friends in this huge house on campus!
So either you want to find new friends, have fun, and/or provide service, Greek Life is right for you!
If you want more information, here is a link about USU Greek Life: