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15 Signs You’re in a Co-ed Greek Organization

Contrary to popular belief, there are ways to be involved in Greek life without joining the typical fraternity or sorority. Co-ed Greek organizations are a great way to meet other people who share an interest in either service or even a particular career. If you’re in a co-ed Greek group, there’s no doubt you can relate to the following!

1. You constantly have to explain that you’re not in a sorority

2. Your little might not be a sister

3. You count the semester by how many hours of service you have

4. There’s always someone to be your wingman

5. You’ve probably been an officer at some point

6. Formal is the best night of your semester

7. Everyone has heard the story of your most embarrassing moment…

…and still loves you

8. You own enough Greek t-shirts to last you the whole week

9. You’ve worked at more parties than you can count

10. You probably met some of your best friends through your society

11. You have inside jokes with 50-100 other people

12. You’re always recruiting freshman to join

13. You always list your group in your bio

14. No one remembers you’re actually part of Greek life

15. But you wouldn’t trade it for anything

Reagan Neviska is a senior at Kenyon College where she studies Anthropology and Music. She is an active member of her coed Greek service organization, The Archon Society, as well as the president of Gospel Choir, a Her Campus Chapter Writer, and a member of the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, where she plays percussion. Reagan's interests include reading, practicing and listening to music, playing with dogs (her family has four!) and watching Downton Abbey.  You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @Reagaroni.
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