Alpha Tau Omega allows men at Colorado State to do more with their time than they could ever accomplish by themselves. It brings together brotherhood, campus involvement, philanthropy and community service, higher standards of everyday life, leadership skills, and much more.
In the semester of Spring 2008 our chapter received its national charter after being colonized only 2 years prior (an amazing feat in itself). The fraternity has since turned its focus to new goals. These include changing the image of Greek Life at CSU by reaching out to people and organizations that other fraternities have neglected to. As the third largest fraternity on campus, ATΩ takes a lot of pride in striving to be the most respected, diversified, and involved fraternity on the CSU campus. We urge you to attend any of recruitment events.