Most Students in Sororities

Started as a way for female students to find community on male-dominated campuses, sororities still serve as a place for gender solidarity at many colleges. Sorority sisters often bond over shared cultural, social, academic or religious interests, and may participate in service projects, fundraisers and formal dances. Joining a sorority generally comes with a price tag, including recruitment fees, membership dues and added costs for activities. Female students looking for a vibrant Greek life may want to consider one of the schools on this list, which had the highest percentages of female undergrads in sororities in fall 2012 among all schools ranked by U.S. News.

School In sorority
Franklin and Marshall College

Lancaster, PA

34%
University of Mississippi

University, MS

34%
Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH

33%
Clemson University

Clemson, SC

33%
Illinois Wesleyan University

Bloomington, IL

33%
Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA

33%
University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, AL

33%
Westminster College

Fulton, MO

33%
Wittenberg University

Springfield, OH

33%
Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, PA

32%
Kettering University

Flint, MI

32%
Ohio Wesleyan University

Delaware, OH

32%
University of San Diego

San Diego, CA

32%
Auburn University

Auburn University, AL

31%
Butler University

Indianapolis, IN

31%
Emory University

Atlanta, GA

31%
Huntingdon College

Montgomery, AL

31%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA

31%
Pepperdine University

Malibu, CA

31%
Rockhurst University

Kansas City, MO

31%
University of Mount Union

Alliance, OH

31%
Chapman University

Orange, CA

30%
College of William and Mary

Williamsburg, VA

30%
Denison University

Granville, OH

30%
Sam Houston State University

Huntsville, TX

30%

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