Most Students in Fraternities

Fraternities are built on the concepts of brotherhood and camaraderie, with members often bonding over shared interests, whether they are social, academic or even religious. Going Greek generally comes at a cost – including fees for social events, recruitment and housing and membership dues – but can be an easy way to meet new people and become part of an active social circle. Students who pledge a fraternity may also inherit a network of contacts that extends well beyond their campus, a plus when it's time to find a job or settle into a new city after graduation. The schools on this list had the highest percentage of male undergraduates in fraternities in fall 2012.

School In fraternity
Chestnut Hill College

Philadelphia, PA

0%
Chicago State University

Chicago, IL

0%
The Citadel

Charleston, SC

0%
Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Clarion, PA

0%
Clarke University

Dubuque, IA

0%
Clark University

Worcester, MA

0%
Clearwater Christian College

Clearwater, FL

0%
Cleveland Institute of Art

Cleveland, OH

0%
Cleveland Institute of Music

Cleveland, OH

0%
Colby College

Waterville, ME

0%
College of Mount St. Vincent

Riverdale, NY

0%
College of St. Benedict

St. Joseph, MN

0%
College of St. Rose

Albany, NY

0%
College of St. Scholastica

Duluth, MN

0%
College of the Atlantic

Bar Harbor, ME

0%
College of the Holy Cross

Worcester, MA

0%
College of the Ozarks

Point Lookout, MO

0%
Colorado State University—​Pueblo

Pueblo, CO

0.2%
Columbia College

Columbia, SC

0%
Columbia International University

Columbia, SC

0%
Concordia College

Selma, AL

0%
Concordia College—​Moorhead

Moorhead, MN

0%
Concordia University

Seward, NE

0%
Concordia University

Portland, OR

0%
Concordia University Chicago

River Forest, IL

0%

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