College of Charleston Greek Life

Real stories about the postive impact Greek Life has on students and alumni.

Sam Orelove, Alpha Epsilon Pi

September 2, 2010 by marshr · No Comments · Greek Life

There are typically two types of Greek students: 1) the ones who go to college knowing they are going to join a fraternity or sorority and 2) the ones that had no plan to seek out Greek organizations, but ended up making a connection. I strongly fall into the latter category. With that being said, I can’t imagine a college experience for me that doesn’t involve Greek Life. My fraternity has given me a second family, an opportunity to see how leadership is developed, and greater expectations involving service, philanthropy, and scholarship. Greek Life at CofC has given me a network of inspiring individuals that share similar expectations and care about their organization as much as I care about mine. I joke with my parents that I double major in Business and Greek Life, but there is no question I will graduate with two degrees.

Sam Orelove  ’11, Business Administration

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