All chapter-sponsored events of any kind must adhere to CSU, county, and state expectations and guidelines related to COVID-19. The health of members, guests, and the community at large is of primary importance.
Social event registration follow up will include recommendations for hosting events considering COVID-19 and chapters remain responsible for what occurs at their event as well as potential transmission of COVID-19.
As always, fraternity and sorority social events must meet expectations as outlined in the Fraternity & Sorority Joint Policy on Risk Management.
Finally, groups are encouraged to register their event with Off Campus Life/City of Fort Collins when the event is hosted off campus at a private residence or at a facility via the Off Campus Life party registration process.
Bring Your Own Beverage Events
Events at which member bring their own alcoholic beverages. Additional components for these events are laid out in the Fraternity and Sorority Joint Policy on Risk Management.
Third Party Vendor Events
Events held at a third party venue at which members are not permitted to bring their own alcohol. The third party establishment handles distribution of alcohol and has specific requirements in place to ensure safety during these events as laid out in the Fraternity and Sorority Joint Policy on Risk Management.
Events hosted on home football game days and at which members bring their own alcoholic beverages to events (following all other BYOB expectations). Additional components for these events are laid out in the Fraternity and Sorority Joint Policy on Risk Management.
Upload A Guest List
Chapters that have completed a registration form and need to provide a guest list separately or are submitting a post-event guest list may do so using the Guest List Submission Form.
Third Party Vendor Contract
To assist in working with a third party vendor, chapters are encouraged to utilize a third party vendor contract to guide conversations and ensure all expectations and needs are identified and outlined. This form is not required as part of an event registration form, but is a resource for chapters negotiating contracts and engaging in event planning with a venue. The document can be found here.
Third Party Certificate of Insurance
For third party events, there is a requirement to submit a certificate of insurance from the event venue. Below is a list of certificates already on file, and more are added to the list as events are submitted. If a certificate of insurance is provided below, there is no need to upload one with your event registration form. If a certificate of insurance is not listed below, you are required to upload one with your event registration form.