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Best Greek Life Colleges

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For many students, fraternities and sororities can greatly enhance their sense of community and belonging at college. While the parties may be one reason to go Greek, fraternities and sororities can also provide students with great networking opportunities and alumni resources. Our cadre of college connoisseurs studied each and every college in the nation and are delighted to come out with the conclusive 2021 best Greek life colleges list. A few of our top picks may be surprising. The South Atlantic leads the United States in delivering upper tier Greek life colleges, accounting for 4 of the top 10 spots. After the South Atlantic is the Mid-Atlantic, with 2 of the top 10. To share a couple of things about our top choices with you, the 10 highest ranked Greek life colleges have student body sizes ranging from smaller sized to very big, with between 4,762 and 34,243 full-time students. They are modestly competitive, with admittance rates ranging from 13 - 88%, and their undergraduates have an average ACT score of 27. On average, their undergraduates end up paying approximately $20,652 annually, after taking financial aid into consideration, and their undergrads obtain $17,834 on average in financial aid every year. Moreover, they have an average of 16 undergrads for every faculty member, and their average overall School Authority rating is 9.
#11
Indiana University - Bloomington
Bloomington, IN

Indiana University - Bloomington is a public university located in Bloomington, IN. It is a prominent university, ranking one hundred and eleventh in the US, with not terribly competitive admissions. Indiana University - Bloomington provides 80 total majors across eight academic disciplines. The most often decided focuses are Business, Public Administration, and Computer and Information Sciences, which when pooled account for 38% of students. It has an excellent arts management program, ranking 7th in America. It also has the #1 public health, sports management, and music programs Indiana. Furthermore, it ranks 1st in Indiana for best test optional colleges. At sticker price, in-state tuition goes for $11,495 a year, but for students living out of state, tuition is $34,686. Before you rule out applying because of the price, be aware that a hair above three quarters of undergraduates procure scholarship or grant funding. 79% of Indiana University - Bloomington students wind up their studies with a degree and begin the next act in their lives: professional life. A couple years after finishing their studies, alumni make a median annual wage of $39,900. After another four years working, the graduate's median yearly salary increases 19.5% to $47,700, which is 19% beyond the national median salary. Some of you might also like to hear that it is recommended that you share your high school GPA when submitting your application and it accepts the Common App. What's more, on average, it receives around $2,726 in research funding per student. Related to finances, be aware that 17% of students procure Pell grants to subsidize their education and the average amount of Pell grant aid awarded is $4,671. Our college experts rated it a 10 for its party scene and when grading its professors, it received a 9.46. On the subject of the student experience, 20% of female undergrads become sorority members. Lastly, the bottom quartile of graduates earn a starting salary of $26,200 or less and roughly one twentieth of alumni fail to repay their student loans.


Tuition
$10,948
Acceptance
77%
SAT Score
1150-1360
ACT Score
24-31
#13
DePauw University
Greencastle, IN

DePauw University is a private, liberal art university located in Greencastle, IN. It is a well-rated college, currently ranked one hundred and forty-second in America, and has an acceptance rate of 63%. It has a small student body with 2,270 full-time undergrads in attendance. 13% of its graduates get a Bachelor's degree in Economics. Other routinely desired academe include Professional and Technical Writing, Computer Science, and Biology, but there are 44 different offerings to choose from. If you are hoping to get a degree in art while living in Indiana, it is an excellent option for you, because its art program is the first best in the state. What's more, it is 1st in Indiana for best liberal arts colleges. At full price, tuition costs $52,791 a year, if you're applying from Indiana. If you are not residing in Indiana, tuition could be as much as $47,764. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, know that every undergrad gets financial aid. 84% of DePauw University undergraduates proudly walk on graduation day, fresh and awaiting to land a stimulating job. On average, graduates make a yearly income of $40,400 two years after college. After four additional years of work experience, their average annual wage rises 33.7% to $54,000, which is 34.7% over the national median income. Applicants might want to be aware that its students generally scored between 560 and 660 on the reading section of the SAT and the majority of accepted scored between 560 and 680 on the math section of the SAT. Also, it does not have a teacher certification program. Relating to costs, be aware that 23% of undergraduates obtain federal grants to subsidize their education and students awarded state grants receive $6,360 in financial aid on average. With respect to demographics, African American undergrads make up 5% of the student body and Asian-Americans make up 12% of the faculty. With respect to student life, it has 10 women's varsity teams, including Soccer, Softball, and Basketball. Finally, one fourth of graduates take home a minimum starting salary of $55,500 and six years after college, 25% of graduates make $37,100 or less.


Tuition
$50,278
Acceptance
63%
SAT Score
1120-1340
ACT Score
23-29