Colorado College fraternities and sororities are full of men and women who will contribute to our organizations, the campus, and the Colorado Springs community. Despite what you may hear or see on television, Greek Life is more than just a party scene. It is a balance of scholarship, service, social, and sisterhood/brotherhood. Greeks at Colorado College consistently achieve higher academic standings than our peers, and participate in a variety of other campus organizations and events.
Our Greek Councils aim to:
- Promote excellence in scholarship
- Act in conjunction with member sororities, fraternities and the college to promote and maintain college and organization values
- Foster the development of a positive relationship between the community and member sororities and fraternities
- Work collaboratively on programs, activities, and events
We invite you to learn more about our two councils, and their member organizations.
The Interfraternity Council
The Interfraternity Council promotes the interests of fraternities in general, and insures cooperation among the different fraternities and interfraternities on campus. The President of Interfraternity Council is Nick Dobbs
IFC organizations represented at Colorado College:
|Sigma Chi: Beta Gamma Chapter, Founded in 1905||
The Beta Gamma Chapter of Sigma Chi at Colorado College was founded in 1905. Sigma Chi is a brotherhood with roots in the collegiate experience that engenders a lifelong commitment to strive to achieve true friendship, equal justice and the fulfillment of learning as part of our overall responsibilities to the broader communities in which we live.
Chapter President: Chris Maves
Kappa Sigma: Beta Omega Chapter, Founded in 1908
Kappa Sigma at Colorado College is the longest standing fraternity on campus and the largest fraternity with nearly 60 members as of Fall 2015. Kappa Sigma is an incredibly diverse chapter designated by the College as the multicultural fraternity, a designation members take immense pride in. At Kappa Sigma we seek to promote and live by the values of fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service in addition to our commitment to inclusivity and diversity. We abide by a standard of excellence, and seek to hold each other to a higher standard so as to build better men throughout their college years.
Chapter President: Corey Brennan
Phi Gamma Delta: Chi Sigma Chapter, Founded in 1908
The Chi Sigma Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta also known as "FiJi" seeks to embody the values of Scholarship, Fraternity, and Self. We believe that Phi Gamma Delta is a learning laboratory for leadership. The ties formed within our brotherhood are “not for college days alone.” Our goal is to unite men who share our core values so to better themselves and positively impact our CC community.
Chapter President: Joe Walton
The Panhellenic Council
The Panhellenic Council at Colorado College develops and maintains sorority life and interfraternity relationships. President of Panhellenic Council is Joyce Zhang
Panhellenic organizations represented at Colorado College:
|Delta Gamma: Beta Delta Chapter, Founded in 1931||
Chartered in May 1932, the Beta Delta Chapter of Delta Gamma was the first sorority at Colorado College. Delta Gamma is a sisterhood that values friendship, education and cultural interests, social responsibility, and good character and its members at CC have continued this tradition. DG’s can be found participating in multicultural clubs and spiritual life, playing varsity and club sports, volunteering with a disability awareness group, and working as student trainers and tutors. Our sisters are a diverse group of women in terms of their interests, majors, as well as their activities on campus. To learn more about Delta Gamma at CC, visit http://coloradocollege.deltagamma.org.
Chapter President: Jessica Song
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Delta Zeta Chapter, Founded in 1932
Kappa Kappa Gamma is a women's organization that promotes leadership, sincerity, and friendship amongst its members. Kappa is a national organization with over 140 chapters. At Colorado College, the Delta Zeta chapter strives to uphold these shared values. With 50+ members and a lodge located at 1023 N. Nevada Ave, chapter members participate in a wide range of activities on campus activities, serving as leaders and working to promote community service and philanthropic endeavors as a chapter. To learn more about Kappa Kappa Gamma at CC, visit http://coloradocollege.kappa.org
Chapter President: Anika Grevstad
|Kappa Alpha Theta: Beta Omega Chapter, Founded in 1932||
In 1932, the Beta Omega chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at Colorado College. Since then, Theta has grown to be an active and vibrant group of women on campus and in the Colorado Springs community. From varsity sports, volunteer organizations, national honor societies, and academic organizations, you will find Thetas far beyond the four walls of our Theta house. Our members are always looking for ways to learn and develop skills for social, intellectual, and moral growth. Today, CC Thetas continue to embody the values of the dynamic women who founded our fraternity, and strive to attain the highest order of excellence in every aspect of life.
Chapter President: Meredith Bower