Fidelity Isonomy Erudition
Name: Fidelity Isonomy Erudition
Colors: Baby Blue, Black, and Silver
Year Founded: 2006
Active Members: 39
Current Co-Executive Chairs: Ruben Gonzalez & Barbara Hernandez
Advisor: Denise Davis
Fidelity Isonomy Erudition (FIE) is a co-ed siblinghood established to bring students together for community service and a sense of social belonging and awareness.
The organization is built on three pillars—service, awareness and siblinghood. Students committed to social justice-related issues are particularly encouraged to become involved. Members work to promote campus and community—wide awareness about social justice issues, combat gender binary and to serve the community in ways that address social justice issues, including those created by inequality and poverty.
The group, which was established in 2006, holds a number of annual events, including Cultural Awareness Week, Civil Rights Awareness Week and a service worker appreciation reception. They also co-sponsor Women’s Week and Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
FIE has been recognized as the University's Multicultural Organization of the Year and Organization of the Year.