Many colleges in the United States strive to have diverse student bodies with the intention of creating worldly, cultured campuses. While there are instances in which having a diverse student body creates a better, enriched environment for all, there are also many cases when attempted diversity merely results in different sects within the university. Cliques appear in many different social environments and manifest themselves in various ways. When it comes to college life, fraternities are arguably the most dominant cliques on campuses. Although historically Jewish and historically black fraternities exist, fraternities in general do not intend to exclude students based on their ethnicities or religious views. Unfortunately, minorities on college campuses often experiences some sort of exclusion as it pertains to fraternity life. This occurs especially at the "top-tier" schools in the United States because of the underwhelming number of black students on campus. I plan to conduct research with the aim of uncovering the reasons in which many fraternities remain un-integrated and use insight from peer interviews to examine ways to unify college communities through greek life.