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Theta Psi Chapter


CMU’s Greek life expands

Colorado Mesa University’s first sorority and second Greek group, Theta Psi, was chartered by its national organization, Alpha Sigma Alpha, on April 11. Students created a sorority interest group in 2014 and have spent the past year recruiting and doing service projects in an effort to catch the attention of a national organization that would allow them to begin a society using its Greek letters.

Next fall, Alpha Sigma Alpha members will reside on Grand Mesa Hall’s top floor starting in the fall and will begin recruiting new members. The sorority is open to women with a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Each member must perform 25 hours of service independently to remain in the sorority.

CMU Vice President for Student Services John Marshall told the Daily Sentinel that ideally the campus will have two fraternities and two sororities within the next few years. He said CMU supports Greek life as an outlet for students to make friends and become involved in the school, aiding the university’s retention efforts.

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