- SLL Home
- Multicultural Programs & Cross-Cultural Center
- Off-Campus Housing
- Fraternity & Sorority Life
- FSL Programs
- Greek Leadership Council
- Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I join?
- Organization Directory
- Chapter/Colony Resources
- University Hazing Education Team
- Peer Mentoring Program
- Student Organizations
- Programming Council
- Campus Links
- SLL Staff Directory
- Co-Curricular Funding
Fraternity & Sorority Life Programs
Check the FSL Calendar to stay up to date on all events and activities.
SLL's Student Organization Leadership Conference
Fall: August 23, 2013, 8:30am-3pm, Arts 240. (REQUIRED for all Presidents and Treasurers)
Spring: January 17, 2014, 8:00am-12:00pm, Mark 101. (ENCOURAGED for new Presidents and Treasurers)
FSL 101: New Member Education
Each new member of a fraternity or sorority is invited to join us for FSL 101 which covers five major areas of education: alcohol/drugs, hazing, sexual assault, diversity/inclusion, and community development. Using videos, group activities, and reflection, new members are engaged in critical thinking and dialogue about how they can keep themselves and others safe while supporting a community welcoming of all.
Spring: February 28, 2014, 1:00-5:00pm, Location TBA
FSL Officer Workshop
Offered every semester this optional workshop is for all fraternity/sorority officers to learn more about the FSL Handbook, event management, etc.
Fall: August 21, 2013, 3pm-5pm, ACD 102 or August 30, 2013 10am-12pm, COMS 206.
Spring: January 17, 2014, 1pm-3pm, COMS 206 or January 22, 2014, 6pm-8pm COMS 206.
Fraternity & Sorority Life Retreat
The FSL Retreat is an annual 3-day/2-night retreat for 3 representatives from each fraternity/sorority. The curriculum of this Retreat is based around the 6 pillars of FSL. Students interested in attending for their chapter/colony should contact their President to express interest.
Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards
The Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards are the annual recognition of the accomplishments of CSUSM fraternities and sororities as a whole, along with individual members, faculty, and staff.
2013-2014 Awards Ceremony: April 24, 2014, 6:00-8:00pm, Clarke Grand Salon (note: this event is by invite only based on space limitations)
2012-2013 Award Recipients
Outstanding Chapter Award
Leadership Development: Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Intellectual Development: Nu Alpha Kappa
Philanthropy: Alpha Chi Omega
Community Impact: Nu Alpha Kappa
Diversity & Inclusion: Sigma Chi
Lifelong Membership: Alpha Xi Delta
Organizational Standards & Chapter Operations: Alpha Omicron Pi
Academic Cup (highest GPA)
Spring 2012: Nu Alpha Kappa
Fall 2012: Alpha Xi Delta
Lollipop Leadership Award: Cole Walsh (ΣΑΕ)
Lollipop Leadership Award: Linda Abed (ΑΟΠ)
Lollipop Leadership Award: Bryan ten Bosch (ΣΑΕ)
Outstanding Alumna/Alumnus Award: Deborah Norton (ΑΞΔ)
Outstanding Faculty Award: Dr. Elizabeth Matthews
Outstanding Staff Award: Nicki Croly
Fraternity Man of the Year: Kenneth LaLonde (ΣΑΕ)
Sorority Woman of the Year: Elizabeth Royce (ΑΞΔ)
Juliet Mattingly Fraternity/Sorority Student of the Year Award: Taylor Stead (ΑΧΩ)
Other campus awards: At the ASI LGBTQA Pride Center Awards on May 3, 2013, the fraternity & sorority community was honored with the "You Make A Difference" award for their dedication and exceptional collaboration in LGBTQA programming and Center partnership this year. Additionally, Taylor Stead (Greek Leadership Council President), Mike McKinney (Sigma Alpha Epsilon), Evan Long (Sigma Chi), Sydney Aldana (Alpha Omicron Pi), Trish Redondo (Alpha Xi Delta), and Julia Barnes (Alpha Xi Delta) received individual honors.