|Abstract. This is a study of stereotypical gendered attitudes of undergraduate students on a college campus, comparing responses from members of Social Greek organizations and those of non-Greek members. It is hypothesized that fraternity and sorority members will have more stereotypical gendered attitudes than non-members of Social Greek organizations. Data was collected via an online survey in which 82 college students responded from a small liberal arts university in southwest Virginia. Preliminary results of the hypothesis suggest that there is no support for the hypothesis. Discussed in conclusion are implications of gendered attitudes.