Is Greek life big at GWU?

Greek life is HUGE at GW. Even the girls most avidly against rushing in the fall will rush in the Spring or sophomore year once they realize that a social life is nearly impossible without joining the Greek movement.

How many sororities are in GW fraternity and sorority life GWU?

There are eleven Panhellenic sororities on campus, including Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Kappa, and Phi Sigma Sigma.

Does George Washington University have sorority houses?

Seven chapters (Alpha Epsilon Phi, Kappa Phi Lambda, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Psi Zeta, and Zeta Beta Tau) reside in individual houses within the GW campus. Strong Hall is home to three sororities with a maximum occupancy of 116 women in this female-only living option.

How many frats are at GWU?

GW is home to more than 35 unique fraternity and sorority chapters.

Is GWU a prestigious school?

George Washington University is ranked #63 in National Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Is it hard to make friends at GWU?

Alyson: Making friends is easy if you get involved. George Washington University has chances year-round for students to join clubs, internships, and volunteer opportunities.

Does Georgetown have Greek life?

About 10 percent of Georgetown students participate in Greek life, according to GUSA’s website. For the most part, the organizations have no dedicated houses, and students have other parties to go to.

What fraternity was George Washington?

Gamma Sigma
Science, education and medicine

Name Original chapter
Dr. George Washington Carver Gamma Sigma (Tuskegee, Alabama)
Dr. Frank Chambers
Frank Marshall Davis Delta (Kansas State Univ.)
Matthew W. Dogan Gamma Psi (Rust College)

Is GW a wet campus?

The over-consumption of alcohol is prohibited regardless of age. It is a violation of University policy to be intoxicated either on or off University premises. This behavior may lead to the student being transported to the hospital and a steep medical bill.