There are only social fraternities and sororities on campus, meaning that they do things together as a group but there is no actual housing for the groups. So Greek life doesn't have a huge impact on campus, but it's great to join if you're looking to make really good friends that do various things -from community volunteering to partying- together. Joining Greek life can also be helpful for networking in general, whether it be for a job or an interest. There aren't a lot of Greek parties; most of the parties at USD are sports-related. So not being part of Greek life doesn't affect people negatively at all. Either way, it's very easy to make friends and network through the professors.
Sports life (attending varsity games, tailgating, etc.) is definitely not the biggest part of life on campus, but nonetheless there is still a large base of fan support. Student athletes are treated well and are always taken care of when injured; winning never overshadows the importance of the athlete's health & well-being. Because of the close-knit community, USD's campus has a lot of school spirit. A lot of students are from out of state, and most make sure to represent their college when they go back to their home state. Students here are generally very proud of their school, and they're proud to be a part of any aspect of the Torero community.
Greek life is not very important at USD. If you are in Greek life or not you are treated the same.
Our school spirit is lacking and it is no secret. We support each other but no one wants to go to sports games.
The greek system is very snobby and cliquey and one sorority chapter got kicked off campus last year
dont know much about it