To go Greek or to not to go Greek, that is the question.

<p>I absolutely love to party and have a great time on the weekends. I especially love crazy extremely fun parties which fraternities are usually known for but I have also heard that at Penn State the Apartment parties/ non-greek house parties are equally insane. I definitely think that greek life is really cool but I also know that the greeks usually have lower GPA's and aren't as strong in academics compared to the rest of the student body. Academics and GPA are just as important as having a great time in college so I was wondering if the Greeks will completely throw off my GPA or will I be able to manage both equally.</p>

<p>I think there are some frats that have academic requirements, you should look into that :)</p>

<p>you know why I hate you now? I just finished a 15 pg research paper on hamlet! Damn you!! with love that is…</p>

<p>Haha creacher, I just wrote a 3 page paper on Hamlet tonight as well! </p>

<p>As for the question, I’m in the same scenario as you, Inhabitant. Anyone with insight into PSU frats, your thoughts would be greatly appreciated!</p>

<p>Well if u love to party and that’s important to you then u have to join a frat…as a guy u will rarely get into frat parties unless u have solid connections with brothers…my girlfriend goes there and I have been turned away at the door at many frats.they don’t want guys there who can take away their girls</p>