IW - Spencer Syfrig Thesis The UT Greek system has a lot of...

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Spencer Syfrig Thesis The UT Greek system has a lot of potential but is limited and restricted currently. Techniques Statistics, Personal Examples, Commentary Audience UT Administrators/Officials UT’s Greek Community Joining a fraternity or sorority is an experience that many college students choose to undertake during their undergraduate years. There are many reasons that people cite for their choice: the brotherhood/sisterhood, the social benefits, the post-graduation opportunities, the motivation to succeed, etc. At the University of Tampa a small percentage, under 14%, choose to join the Greek system. There are 16 Greek societies to join at the University. Multiple Greek societies exist for specific members, be it the music fraternity, the Hispanic sorority, or the African-American fraternity. Despite this, many students feel that there is not a fraternity or sorority that meets their needs. There are many negative stereotypes that accompany Greek life. During the Fall Rush, a student living in Smiley chose not to partake because he said that he didn’t drink and didn’t want to be hazed. He had seen movies such as ‘Old School’ and ‘Animal
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Holliste during the Fall '05 term at Tampa.

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