Interested in signing up for recruitment or learning more about SFL?
CU Denver is excited to announce the launch of Sorority & Fraternity Life. Selected organizations will visit campus during the fall semester of 2021 and our first recruitment program will take place during the spring of 2022.
By starting a sorority and fraternity community in Spring 2022, we have the unique opportunity to harness the impactful and empowering experiences these types of organizations provide and cultivate a community centered on participants’ sense of belonging, inclusiveness, and leadership development.
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CU Denver has selected four groups to begin our community during the 2021-2022 academic year. We have additionally selected two more groups who will join our community once these first four organizations are underway.
Alpha Phi’s uniqueness is rooted in the spirit of innovation originated by Alpha Phi’s ten Founders in 1872. As they made history as the first female students on campus, several decided that they were not satisfied with merely participating in the classroom. Denied admission to the men’s fraternities, thier Founders chose to create their own fraternity for women. The very heart of Alpha Phi membership is connected by a common set of ideals and a unique bond of sisterhood, a spirit of generosity, high expectations for character, and a drive for innovation.
Thirteen noble men and women founded a co-educational fraternity for students of Hispanic and Latino origin in 1985. Known as Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc., a fraternity that embraces diversity, encourages cultural awareness, and is inclusive of all races, ethnicities, genders, and sexual orientations, and all other social identifiers. They are the nation's first and largest co-ed Latinx interest Fraternity. Gender Inclusive, Not Latino Exclusive. Our brothers and sisters live by the moto "Together We Shall Seek The Noblest!" APL's website is being relaunched this summer. Please check back later for their website link. In the meantime, check out their national Facebook page.
Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity was founded in 1986 by gay men for all men. They offer gay, bisexual, and progressive men the opportunity to grow in the true spirit of brotherhood — one that embraces diversity and respects the value of all. Since then, the Fraternity has grown into a thriving international organization. For over twenty-five years, Delta Lambda Phi has offered these men the opportunity to lead, grow, and form lifelong bonds of friendship with other like-minded men.
Founded in 1979 as a Latino Men's Fraternity (or Latino Social Fellowship), the 20 founders were men who believed that underrepresented groups, particularly ethnic minorities, were not getting the attention or services needed to advance their academic successes. Lambda Sigma Upsilon acts as a support group for these groups, as well as to provide a family away from home. Originally founded as a Latino organization, Lambda Sigma Upsilon has proven to be one of the most diverse fraternities in the nation.