Welcome fraternity and sorority alumni! While your time at CSU might be over, there are many ways to stay connected to CSU and your fraternity or sorority. Fraternity and sorority membership is a life-long experience and alumni are encouraged to remain involved and connected with both CSU and their individual organization.

Stay Connected & Engaged

CSU alumni choose to be engaged after graduation in many ways, including as a member of the Alumni Association or by attending events/programs sponsored by CSU.  Connected to the Alumni Association is the Greek Alumni Network, an affinity group that provides opportunities for connection among CSU fraternity and sorority alumni. To learn more about the Greek Alumni Network, please reach out to Lindsay Sell.

We also hope fraternity/sorority alumni remain connected through your individual organization by joining an alumni chapter or association in your area.

Come Home to CSU

There are many opportunities to come home to CSU. Most notably is Homecoming and Family Weekend held each fall semester. You can learn more about Homecoming and Family Weekend, including registering to attend this year’s events on Colorado State University’s homecoming website.

We also encourage you to connect directly with an undergraduate chapter of your organization if they are currently represented on campus. A full listing of chapters can be found here.

Since our fraternity and sorority community is over 100 years old, there are also many organizational milestones to celebrate. We are happy to help promote and support organizations as they plan their own reunions and anniversary and milestone celebrations. To learn if your chapter is currently planning any large events, visit our calendar here.

Give Back

There are many ways to give back as an alumna/us, and we hope you will considering paying forward your experience in fraternity and sorority life.

Serve as an Alumni Advisor: Many alumni choose to support CSU and their fraternity or sorority with their time by serving as an alumni advisor to an undergraduate chapter. These roles range in commitment and position scope. If you are interested in serving in this capacity you may contact your organization directly or the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life so we can appropriately connect you with the respective advisory board/chapter.

Make a Gift: All financial gifts made to CSU are appreciated, and there are opportunities to donate to funds that directly support the fraternity and sorority community, including the Fraternity and Sorority Activity Fund and the Fraternity & Sorority Alumni Merit Scholarship Fund. These funds allow our community to provide educational programming and award scholarships to fraternity and sorority leaders as they pursue their academic and professional goals.

We would love to stay in touch with you, and we encourage you to regularly update your information with the University so you don’t miss valuable information or updates. To update your information visit our alumni update form.

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Just One Story on the Impact of Giving Back

Joining Alpha Sigma Phi, and the larger fraternity and sorority community, at Colorado State University has been one of the most beneficial and exciting decisions I have made during my time as an undergraduate student. I can walk around a large campus and feel a connection to every other student wearing letters on their chest, based on the fact that we both have taken an oath to be better than we were yesterday. During my time I have been able to serve on the executive board of my fraternity, on the Interfraternity Council, and as my fraternity’s president. These leadership positions have taught me many skills and put me in learning situations that I would never have encountered without my fraternal experience. I have had the opportunity to attend many leadership conferences and institutes that have helped me to become a more rounded individual, and that have taught me skills that I have been able to bring back to my fraternity brothers, friends, and the Colorado State University community as a whole. I can easily say that I would not be the same person I am today if I had said no to exploring all that the world of fraternity life at CSU has to offer.

I am honored to have been chosen as one of the Fraternity and Sorority Life Alumni Merit Scholarship recipients. This scholarship has allowed for the enhancement of my education through aiding me in continuing to afford my undergraduate studies in mechanical engineering, as well as being able to stay involved in our fraternity and sorority community where I have been able to hone many skills including interpersonal interactions, leadership, and many others which regular classroom learning does not teach.

– Jason LeJeune, Class of 2017