MINES FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE PILLAR PROGRAM
WHAT IT IS
The Pillar Program is the process by which the Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) Office can assess the accomplishments of the respective fraternities and sororities at Colorado School of Mines. The program collects positive data, encourages campus partnerships, and builds up our community.
Fraternity and Sorority Life students play an active and important role in the community. Each chapter thrives in providing fulfilling experiences to their members not just in their time at Colorado School of Mines, but after as well. Our members are noticeable in all areas of campus, holding leadership roles in other organizations, participating in campus traditions, and providing events for the community.
A key advantage in joining our FSL community is the empowerment we strive to provide our members. We empower each other to be better leaders, activists, collaborators, and friends. Through our work, we are able to equip individuals with education and training to improve their daily lives along with those surrounding them.
Our students aim to make an impact in their academic achievements, community outreach programs, and within each other. FSL is known for its philanthropic endeavours. Members serve to raise money, give back, and make a difference in the work that they choose.