Fraternities and sororities are founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, and community service. In addition to developing leadership skills, attending social events, and serving the community, being in a fraternity or sorority is about forging friendships that will last far beyond the college years.
With events like the Greek Carnival during New Student Orientation, Greek Week, and the Float Parade during Homecoming, the Greek community is an integral aspect of WPI, and you’re invited to be a part of it. Here are only a few examples of what members of the Greek community gain from being fraternity or sorority members.
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WPI's Greek community was recognized for proactively addressing inclusion, sexual assault, risk reduction at the Northeast Greek Leadership Association’s (NGLA) annual conference in February.
Members of the Class of 2017 reflect on the impact their involvement in Greek Life had on their WPI experience.
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