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Greek life at WPI

redpoodlesredpoodles Registered User Posts: 2,110 Senior Member
Is it huge? My D heard it is. She's worried it's too "techie" and too "greeky" but I'm not sure why she thinks this. She knows maybe 2 people who go there.

Replies to: Greek life at WPI

  • gsmommagsmomma Registered User Posts: 610 Member
    There are about 30% of the student body that are either in a sorority or fraternity, but that means there are 70% who are not. My D is a senior, and has been in a sorority since freshman year. I never thought that she would be joinone, but it has made her college experience so much better. We are both glad that she did.
  • BeanTownGirlBeanTownGirl Registered User Posts: 2,731 Senior Member
    My son was very much ANTI-Greek life when he was looking at colleges, but once at WPI he ended up joining a frat once he found one that matched his morals/values. We were surprised when he told us he was thinking of joining one, but it seems to have been a very positive experience for him.
    There is no pressure to join a frat/sorority at WPI, there is so much going on with all the other clubs and activities. I wouldn't let it be a factor in a decision about WPI.
  • NorthernMom61NorthernMom61 Registered User Posts: 3,506 Senior Member
    Hi @redpoodles good question.
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