Being Greek means more than wearing Greek letters and attending meetings and social events. When you join a fraternity or sorority, you make friendships that last a lifetime, and you become part of an organization that is truly national in scope.
Approximately 18 percent of Ashland University students participate in Greek life. Our members are leaders and scholars on campus who are committed to community service and philanthropy. To be Greek is to be respected for your individuality while being part of a brotherhood or sisterhood of individuals who share your goals and values.
Check out the advantages of Greek life. It’s a great way to make the transition to college easy and fun while you become a part of something that will enrich your life with opportunities that go way beyond what is available in the classroom.