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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