Fraternities and Sororities at CC

Colorado College has a long history with fraternities and sororities on campus beginning as early as 1900.  Today, three fraternities and three sororities are in good standing.  An average of 16% of students are members of fraternities and sororities annually.  

Nearly 18,000 alumni participated in fraternity and sorority life during their years at Colorado College. Fourteen Greek organizations existed on campus over the years.  Five chapters closed for various reasons and two are currently suspended by nationals (Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority). The six active fraternities and sororities provide a positive community engagement for students. 

Recently, Colorado College welcomed three new organizations to campus: a local sorority, Delta Mu and two multicultural chapters, Delta Xi Nu sorority and Psi Sigma Phi fraternity.  Membership provides students with a meaningful connection to fellow students, alumni, advisors and the community.    

Read the November 2022 Colorado College Board of Trustees Resolution regarding fraternities and sororities at CC. 

Current Organizations

kappa alpha theta building
Kappa Alpha Theta house

Currently, CC is home to seven active Greek-associated organizations. These range from traditional fraternal/sororal organizations and houses to newer, groups focused on identity and social justice. Each organization offers its own opportunities and emphases for members and presents students with a range of facilities, opportunities for community engagement, and ways to complement to their larger CC experience.


Delta Mu

Est. in 2020, Delta Mu is a student governed organization of highly motivated women and femme individuals with a commitment to community engagement, academic excellence, personal growth, and antiracism.

Izzy Roe
Libet Schoolar

Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority (Tau Associate Chapter)

Founded in May 2020, to further multiculturalism by promoting diversity and cultural awareness in local communities and around the world, the Tau Associate Chapter at Colorado College serves as a safe, welcoming space for women, non-binary, and femme-identifying students among the already existing Greek life at CC. We welcome students of all racial identities. The chapter’s focus for philanthropy is bonding immigrants out of detention, and our national philanthropy works to increase the awareness of violence against women.

Samantha Davila

Marissa Gonzales

Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority

Since being granted its charter in 1932, Kappa Alpha Theta has become one of the most active and vibrant communities for strong women on campus. From sports and clubs to volunteering and ensuring academic excellence, Kappa Alpha Theta embodies the values of dynamic sisterhood for its community.

Lily Weaver

Kappa Sigma Fraternity

Founded in 1908, Kappa Sigma a multicultural fraternity organization, promoting and living the values of fellowship, community leadership, scholarship, and a commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Casey Ehrlich

Psi Sigma Phi Multicultural Fraternity

Founded in 2020, Psi Sigma Phi functions as a space for young men to come together and create cross-cultural bonds and connections, facilitating relationships and engagement through academic rigor and community excellence.

Andres Madrigal
Second co-chair:
Judson Thomas

Sigma Chi Fraternity

Founded in 1905, the Sigma Chi fraternity is one of longest-standing fraternal organizations on CC’s campus. This group places a priority on encouraging friendships and academic excellence, as well as advocating for equal justice.

Will Nicholas

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