Greek life at Colorado State University Pueblo is horrible! If you are interested in really getting involved with a fraternity or sorority, go somewhere else and don’t even look here. There are only three established groups at CSU-P: one sorority and two fraternities. The members of the groups seem to have a fun time together, but it’s just the 20 of them. They don’t throw big parties or do much for the community, nor are they even really that well-known to anyone on campus.
At only about $100, Greek life is cheap to join if you are interested. Due to the lack of involvement and entry fee, most of the groups don’t have housing, and the ones that do live in the same on-campus apartments where everyone else can live. The school is just too small to have big Greek life.