U.S. News Names the Ten Colleges With the Highest Percentage of Students in Fraternities

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If you REALLY hate GDIs then these are the schools for you, because apparently they have the fewest drum circles and long boards.

1. Welch College (TN)-98%
2. Lyon College (AR)-92%
3. Washington and Lee University (VA)-86%
4. DePauw University (IN)-76%
5. Sewanee–University of the South (TN)-67%
6. Millsaps College (MS)-60%
7. York College (NE)-60%
8. Wabash College (IN)-52%
9. Transylvania College (KY)-50%
10. Dartmouth College (NH)-48%

Nationally, fraternity membership at universities is obviously at a much smaller percentage.

At the 951 ranked college and universities that reported fraternity participation data to U.S. News in a 2012 survey, an average of 8.1 percent of the male, degree-seeking undergraduate students enrolled in fall 2011 were members of a fraternity.

We are the 8.1%.





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  1. -2

    Welch College: A Christian Community of Faith and Learning. Sounds FaF. US News and World Report Rankings are all bullshit anyway. The first year they did their MBA rankings they listed Princeton in the Top 25 which would have been awesome for Princeton if they had a Business School.

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  2. -2

    There’s no way a school has 98% of the kids there worthy of a fraternity. Part of what makes fraternities so great is only the top kids at a school are in them. So fuck off Welch college.

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