Greek Life

The Colorado School of Mines Greek community offers a unique college experience for all of its members. With our seven fraternities and four sororities there's a home waiting for you!  Although each organization maintains its own separate activities, customs and traditions, all fraternities and sororities were founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership development, service and philanthropy, and lifelong friendship.

CSM Greek Life Mission

Colorado School of Mines Greek Life is an influential and proud community committed to inclusive support of all chapter members and the Mines campus.  We provide and develop an experience which promotes passionate and impactful leaders bonded by the ideas of tradition, service, and academic excellence.

CSM Greek Life Values

  • Community

    • Support

    • Collaboration

    • Inclusion

  • Pride

    • Passion

    • Integrity

    • Engagement

  • Influence

    • Empowering

    • Leadership

    • Growth

Learning Outcomes for Greek Life

Students who engage in Fraternity and Sorority Life will or will be able to:

  1. Illustrate personal responsibility and make informed decisions that are consistent with the core values of their national organization and the Mines Student Code of Conduct
  2. Recognize their individual strengths and passions to serve in leadership capacities to accomplish chapter and community goals and expectations
  3. Employ critical thinking skills to assess current systems, develop relevant questions, inspire change, and assess current and past practices to constructively form the goals and vision of each chapter and the Greek community
  4. Develop relationships and support structures within their chapters and the Greek community through IFC, Panhellenic, chapter social, and all Greek activities
  5. Implement self-governance and be able to consistently display a reasons, flexible, and collaborative approach to leadership

Just a few benefits of Greek Life include academic support and achievement, leadership opportunities, connection to campus and community, career networking opportunities, scholarship opportunities, and on-campus housing.

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the seven fraternities on campus. IFC coordinates recruitment and Greek-wide events, as well as implements the rules and regulations of the Greek community and the University. IFC provides a great opportunity for leadership development for its executive board members and delegates.

The Panhellenic Council (Panhell) is the governing body of the four sororities on campus. Panhel coordinates sorority recruitment and works with the InterFraternity Council (IFC) to plan Greek-wide events, as well as implements the rules and regulations of the Greek community and the University. Panhel provides a great opportunity for leadership development for its executive board members and delegates.


Fraternities
 

Chapter Address House Phone President
Interfraternity Council (IFC) 1200 16th St. c/o Student Activities  

Nick Daskalakis

Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) 1751 W. Campus Rd 720-279-9992 Austin Blumenthal 
Beta Theta Pi (Beta) 1701 W. Campus Rd 303-278-7361 Peter Palumbo
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) 1803 W. Campus Rd 303-869-5149 David Harper
Kappa Sigma (Kappa Sig) 1800 W. Campus Rd 303-279-9951 Will Bennett
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) 1856 W. Campus Rd 303-278-0618 Alex Gribben
Sigma Nu 1200 16th St. c/o Student Activities   Anthony Lillo
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep) 1807 W. Campus Rd 303-279-9963 Roman Martinez
       

Sororities
 

Chapter Address House Phone President
Panhellenic Council (PHC) 1200 16th St. c/o Student Activities   Keaton Looney
Alpha Phi 1550 W. Campus Rd 303-869-5043 Kacey Ruona
Pi Beta Phi (Pi Phi) 1500 W. Campus Rd    
Sigma Kappa 1600 W. Campus Rd    

Helpful Links

Forms

ALPHA Program

Parents & Prospective Members

Grade Reports

Sorority Recruitment Registration

Chapter Recruitment Login

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