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The Greek Life section appeared to be a stub, with some good links but was formatted outside of the 'standard' used - such as there is - for other college and university pages that summarize their Greek system. I've updated it to that format, adding additional information from the Wilmington College website.
Note: If Gamma Phi Gamma is restored from their suspension the net count of Greek organizations would change upward by one.
Also, members may want to clarify further the status of the two auxiliary organizations (~little sisters) of two of the fraternity groups. They appear from the Wilmington website that they operate as sororities, and perhaps can therefore be listed as sororities proper. I don't know of another college where a little sister organization has a presence and a vote on a Greek Counsel... --Either such a group becomes a bona fide sorority in its own right, or it operates fully under the authority of the sponsoring fraternity. Jax MN (talk) 16:30, 14 April 2014 (UTC)