Each new member of a fraternity or sorority is trained during 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 2020: to be completed on Cougar Courses by Friday, May 8th
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. Find out more about our most recent award recipients.
The FSL Retreat is for chapter presidents, GLC delegate, and GLC executive board members. The curriculum of this Retreat is based around the 6 pillars of FSL.
Fall 2020: Monday, August 10th - Wednesday, August 12th (being held virtually)
Fall 2020: August 24-28, 2020 (REQUIRED for all new Presidents and Treasurers)
Academic Report Spring 2018
Climbing Higher- Seven of the 14 organizations increase their semester GPA from fall 17 to spring 18 and increased their cumulative GPA.
These chapters are Alpha Pi Sigma, Alpha Psi Rho, Delta Zeta, Nu Alpha Kappa, Omega Psi Phi, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Sigma Chi.
Members of fraternities and sororities have higher overall cumulative GPA's than those not involved in a fraternity or sorority.
All Sorority GPA is 3.176 and all women's GPA is 3.050.
All Fraternity GPA is 3.023 and all men's GPA is 2.898.
Starting off strong- Alpha Sigma Phi's first semester on campus was spring 2018 and they had a 3.005 Cumulative GPA.
Each Fraternity and Sorority creates yearly goals related to improving intellectual development.