How does FAU Greek life match up to other Florida universities?

Here are the smartest, most popular, and best-behaved Greek communities in Florida — and the least.

FAU has the lowest percentage of Greek members compared to the rest of the student body. Graphic by Cameren Boatner

FAU has the lowest percentage of Greek members compared to the rest of the student body. Graphic by Cameren Boatner

Cameren Boatner, Staff Writer

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This story is a part of our April 2019 issue on Greek life at FAU. To view the whole issue, click here.

Compared to other Florida public universities, FAU Greek life is down the middle of the road in almost all aspects — except one.

FAU has the lowest percentage of students in fraternities or sororities compared to the rest of the student population. This statistic excludes the New College of Florida, which does not have a Greek life system.

In every other category such as philanthropy, conduct, and GPA, FAU is generally your run of the mill Greek system. Here’s how other Florida campuses match up:

Cameren Boatner is a staff writer with University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email [email protected]