Order of Omega

The Order of Omega is the Greek honor society on campus composed of some of the best
Greeks both in terms of academics and leadership. All applicants are juniors or seniors by
academic standing and have a GPA above the all-Greek average. Only ~23 Greeks who meet
this criteria are accepted each year into the Order of Omega. We run a variety of campus
events including a food drive each fall and a faculty appreciation luncheon each spring. All
members are expected to attend a bi-weekly meeting, as well as participate in any Order of
Omega events.
Order of Omega presents a great opportunity to represent your chapter in the Greek community
here at the Colorado School of Mines, and it is a great way to interact with people from different

● One full academic year at the institution
● Junior or Senior undergraduate by credits
● Have a GPA above the all-Greek average
● Be in good standing with the initiate’s fraternal organization
● Chosen based off of: character, scholarship, leadership, service, and Greek participation

The Order of Omega Greek honor society gives back to the Mines community by hosting a
variety of events that enrich both the student life and the campus at large. We put on the Trivia
Night during Greek Week, a food drive event titled “Castle of Cans,” and a faculty appreciation
luncheon every year. In addition, we work with the FSL administration to set up and run the
Greek Awards Banquet. Other than events, we recognize the efforts each of Order of Omega’s
members in both leadership and academics.

National Website

President – Mackenzie Hull – mackenziehull@mymail.mines.edu
Advisor – Alexis Lakers – alakers@mines.edu