Do a lot of Southeast students join sororities and fraternities?

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Almost 1,000 of our more than 10,000 Southeast undergraduates have chosen to join one of the 19 fraternities and sororitieson campus. There is no pressure to do so because students have many ways and more than 150 other student organizations where they can meet other students and participate in philanthropic, academic, athletic, social, leadership and housing opportunities.

Each fraternity and sorority chapter is unique in personality and membership, while promoting the common ideals and values of personal development, scholarship, leadership, community service, philanthropy, self-governance, individual and group initiative and accountability, formation of community, respect for fellow human beings and those that are different, and an array of interpersonal and social skills. Southeast's Greek system prides itself on preparing students to be leaders through college and beyond.