ATO gives you the opportunity to find a family away from home and connect with people in a meaningful way.
You have people to support you, people to turn to when you need help, and a camaraderie that is impossible to duplicate on campus. Brotherhood is priceless and without, we know we can't succeed. ATO is an ever-expanding tight-knit group of men committed to caring for each other and seeing each other through the good times and the bad. While your experience as an undergrad may only last for a few years, the bonds of Brotherhood will last for the rest of your life.
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Why ATO? What is different from other fraternities or groups on campus?
Alpha Tau Omega allows men at Colorado State to do more with their time than they could ever accomplish by themselves.
We bring together brotherhood, campus involvement, philanthropy, community service, higher standards of everyday life, leadership skills, and much more. With a strict no hazing policy, we have increased the expectations of Brothers and fostering a supported group. With over 95 years at Colorado State and 150 years Nationally, we have a rich history and tradition.
Alpha Tau Omega
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Lory Student Center
8033 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-8033
When you first WORE THE BADGE OF ATO, YOU MADE A POWERFUL STATEMENT ABOUT WHO YOU WERE AND WHAT YOU BELIEVED.
No doubt those memories and experience have stayed with you and contributed to making you who you are today. Whatever it was that first drew you to ATO, something spoke to you about the importance of having the Alpha Tau Omega brotherhood, tradition and values in your life - then, now and forever.
Next Alumni Event:
CSU Homecoming Tailgate
TBA: OCT 2016
Brother Joshua Dean
1920 - The local fraternity of Sigma Delta became Alpha Tau Omega Delta Eta Chapter
1921 - The newly formed ATO Chapter moved into a larger house on 129 South Meldrum. They would stay in the house until World War 2 pulled several men away from higher education and left several fraternities with few members.
1950 c. - ATO moves into a new house, now Caninos on 613 South College Avenue. Following World War 2, several fraternities experienced strong growth
1960 c. - The men would move into the corner of Birch & Shields until the mid 90s
2006 - The chapter recolonized and quickly grew to re-establish itself as a dominate fraternity of CSU