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Organizational Student Conduct

Findings of Violations

Spring 2017 

Pi Kappa Phi

  • Incident Date: February 11, 2017*
  • Investigation Initiated: May 19, 2017
  • Resolution Date: July 26, 2017
  • Description: Incidents involving alcohol, drugs and hazing
  • Sanctions: 
    • A letter of apology to President Glenn McConnell apologizing for the organization’s behavior that not only posed a threat to the health and safety of its own members, but for others within the campus community.
    • A letter to any future colony of Pi Kappa Phi outlining the conduct of the chapter that 
led to its closure, how the issues surrounding the conduct arose and escalated prior to the Code of Conduct review, and how the Fraternity should have conducted itself and could have benefited from the multiple attempts to intervene by the its National Headquarters and the College-sponsored education.
    • Removal of Student Organization recognition effectively immediately and a return to be 
facilitated by Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life no earlier than Fall of 2019.

* This is the date of the initial incident reported. Incidents occurred throughout the semester.

Kappa Alpha Theta

  • Incident Date: January 27, 2017
  • Investigation Initiated: January 31, 2017
  • Resolution Date: March 3, 2017
  • Description: Chapter members hosted multiple unregulated “pre-game” events with alcohol prior to a chapter sponsored function.
  • Sanctions: 
    • Individual judiciary hearings with all members involved, resulting in internal and individual disciplinary sanctions
      • This includes:
        • All members who participated in pre-game parties in any capacity
        • Any member or chapter officer that disobeyed Kappa Alpha Theta policy
    • Discontinuation of the event “Buffett Bash”
      • The chapter will never again be able to sponsor or host an event that resembles the themes of Buffett Bash
      • When the chapter has reached a point where the creation of a new themed social event presents itself, chapter leadership shall consult with the VP of Standards for Panhellenic on theme, and potential risk management and/or public relations issues.
    • Kappa Alpha Theta shall sponsor (or co-sponsor if possible) an approved campus wide alcohol education speaker to take place during the fall 2017 semester. 90% of chapter membership must be present for this speaker. This speaker must be approved by Panhellenic and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
    • Kappa Alpha Theta shall work with the Office of the Dean of Students to schedule a speaker to present directly to the undergraduate women on the topic of Alcohol and/or other drugs. This must be completed by May 2017. 90% of the chapter must be in attendance for this speaker.
    • Kappa Alpha Theta will remain alcohol free until December 15, 2017.
    • The chapter is encouraged to plan/host a social event (i.e. sisterhood, date party, etc). Within the first two weeks of the fall semester.

Fall 2016 

Phi Gamma Delta

  • Incident Date: November 15, 2016*
  • Investigation Initiated: November 21, 2016
  • Resolution Date: February 2, 2017
  • Description: Hazing
  • Sanctions:
    • The chapter is on warning with the College until January 12, 2019. If there are any College violations for which chapter is found in violations, they may have additional sanctions.
    • The chapter is required to use the Fraternity’s prescribed 8-week Pledge Education Program in perpetuity. The chapter will strictly comply with the Fraternity’s 8-week Pledge Education Program, with no exceptions.
    • In addition to providing each pledge with a written copy of their portion of the Pledge Education Program, including a syllabus and schedule, they must also provide this same information to the Office of the Dean of Students for inclusion in files within 24 hours of when it is presented to pledges.
    • The chapter must send a message (either written or by email) to the parents of each pledge within one week of pledging. The message can contain standard parent information, but will include the Fraternity’s stance on hazing as well as the name and contact information of the Chapter President, Graduate/Alumni Advisors, and Headquarters staff. They must provide a copy of this letter each semester to the Office of the Dean of Students for inclusion in your file.
    • The chapter must submit to the Office of the Dean of Students a copy of the retreat report provided to the headquarters 30 days after holding the chapter retreat focusing on improving membership development.

* This is the date the incident was reported. Actual Incidents occurred throughout the semester leading up to the report.

Pi Kappa Alpha

  • Incident Date: September 12, 2016*
  • Investigation Initiated: September 12, 2016
  • Resolution Date: November 28, 2016
  • Description: New members were mandated to serve as designated drivers every weekend, purchase meals for active members, physical activities such as push-ups and planks, clean active member apartments, hold a penny against the wall with their nose while answering questions.
  • Sanctions:
    • Membership Assessment – The Chapter will receive a visit by the International Fraternity
staff to meet individually about Lambda Kappa Chapter’s future at College of Charleston. All members of the Chapter will be administratively suspended prior to the review, and they will not be allowed to meet except to respond to the Fraternity and College. All members must schedule a time to meet with the Fraternity staff while they are onsite and bring with them the Petition to Reaffiliate
and a copy of their College transcript if one is not already provided by the College to the Fraternity staff. Once the review has been completed, there may be chapter members the committee identifies as those who do not live up to the Standards of the International Fraternity. Invitations to re-affiliate with the re-organized chapter shall depend upon a member’s financial, academic, attendance, along with both individual College and individual chapter conduct history. Failure to meet with the Fraternity staff onsite could result in not being issued an invitation to reaffiliate
and potential loss of membership.
    • Election of New Chapter Officers – Lambda Kappa’s current officers are henceforth
removed, and an election shall be held to replace these positions by December 1, 2017. Any men holding these positions prior to the review may not be re-elected.
    • Alumni Advisory Board – Lambda Kappa Chapter shall work with the Fraternity staff to recruit and/or maintain members for a local alumni advisory board, consisting of no fewer than six (6) volunteer members. This board, inclusive of an accredited chapter advisor, shall be established and reported to the International Fraternity by the end of the spring 2017 semester. This board shall maintain active involvement with the Chapter and commit to oversee it in achieving operational efficiency while fulfilling these conditions
      • The Chapter and AAB shall develop a monthly reporting system to measure the progress
in following the Action Plan and overall progress.
      • The Chapter and the Alumni Advisory Board shall host a Goal Setting Retreat no later
than February 1st to begin planning and implement items stated within the Action Plan.
    • Alcohol Education – The Chapter shall work with the College of Charleston to incorporate alcohol education and bystander intervention with the entire Chapter membership, and new members. This must be coordinated and implemented by March 1, 2017. A full report, including those in attendance, will be provided to all stakeholders once the program’s implementation.
    • Revision of Programs – The Chapter shall revise the following programs to ensure the entire program is consistent with the Fraternity’s Standards and the College’s policies. These programs shall be completed and submitted to the International Fraternity by the respective dates:
      • Health & Safety: January 1st
        • To include a Crisis Management Plan
        • To include Event Planning
      • Chapter Bylaws: January 1st
    • New Member Education – The Chapter shall work with the International Fraternity to implement a 4 week new member education program that will be used in perpetuity. This program would include among other things: new member educator facilitators guide, new member education handbook, and The True PIKE Experience handbook used during the 4 weeks (which includes Ingress).
    • Educational Event – The Chapter shall collaborate with the College to plan a workshop geared toward educating officers, chapter members, and new members on the current College Agreement, student code of conduct, general expectations of College of Charleston and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life that may not be implicitly stated in the student code of conduct or other governing documents as well as best practices in the area of event planning and health & safety.
      • 80% of the Chapter must complete training
      • This should be completed by March 1, 2017
    • PIKE University Participation – The Chapter shall commit the following with respect to attendance at PIKE University.
      • The chapter shall commit to send the chapter president, treasurer, and recruitment chairman to the Chapter Executives Conference (CEC) in January 2017 in Memphis, TN.
      • The chapter shall commit to sending 30% of the chapter along with at minimum two (2) chapter officers to PIKE University Leadership Summit: Atlanta in spring 2017. This allows new initiates from Fall 2016 and others the opportunity to understand more about Pi Kappa Alpha, best practices in operations of a chapter, and further education opportunities especially in the realm of health and safety.
      • The chapter shall commit to send at least one (1) representative to the 2017 Academy in Memphis, TN.
    • Accountability of Scholastic Standards – The Chapter shall create a scholarship board that will work together in enforcing the minimum GPA for active initiated members and minimum GPA for new members (those not initiated) in accordance with the College recruitment requirements and those of the Fraternity’s Constitution and Chapter Codes. If a member does not achieve this level, they shall be suspended for the upcoming semester commensurate with what is outlined in the Constitution and Chapter Codes. If a member has two consecutive semesters below the required minimum, they shall be removed from the chapter per the Fraternity’s Constitution and Chapter Codes.
    • Chapter Performance Checklist – The Chapter shall use the performance checklist to help guide the chapter through the Fraternity’s best practices in all areas of programming and operations. It is intended to be reviewed by all stakeholders to ensure that the progress is actually taking place over the next calendar year.
      • Phase I by January 1st
      • Phase II by March 1st
      • Phase III by May 1st
    • Year End Summary (Y.E.S) – The Chapter shall complete and submit the Fraternity’s Year- End Summary awards packet, which will be made available March 1, 2017. This will be used as one of many tools to measure the chapter’s progress from year-to-year.

* This is the date the incident was reported. Actual Incidents occurred throughout the semester leading up to the report.

Alpha Epsilon Pi

  • Incident Date: August 27, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: August 29, 2016
  • Resolution Date: August 30, 2016
  • Description: Allegations involving alcohol, hazing and sexual assault
  • Sanctions: 
    • The College of Charleston supported Alpha Epsilon Pi International Fraternity’s decision to close the chapter

Kappa Sigma

  • Incident Date: August 27, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: September 5, 2016
  • Resolution Date: November 28, 2016
  • Description: Recruitment event with alcohol
  • Sanctions:
    • The Chapter will be alcohol-free until all of the following sanctions are complete. (12-18 Months) All chapter activities will be alcohol-free regardless of location. The chapter house and any other location where brothers gather must be alcohol-free. The chapter must make a request to the Supreme Executive Committee to reinstate this privilege once all other sanctions are complete.
    • President and Vice President of the Chapter will be removed.
    • The Chapter will complete the Trustee Program under the direction of the Alumnus Chapter Advisor as Trustee of the Chapter. The advisor will organize the chapter in such a fashion to adhere to guidelines found in the Kappa Sigma Trustee Program manual. This program includes:
      • Financial Audit from HQ
      • Revision of By-Laws
      • Risk Management & Liability Program
      • 60-day Pledge Workshop Program
      • HQ’s Brothers-In-Action Membership Development Program
      • Alcohol and Drug Policy/Education Sessions
      • Code of Conduct Seminar
      • Scholarship Enhancement Program (GPA must exceed All Men’s Average)
      • Ritual Program (Brothers will memorize KS ritual to become more dedicated to our Fraternity as a whole) – 50% Must Pass Ritual Examination
      • Alumni Relations/Development Program
      • Hazing/Risk Management Workshop
      • Kappa Sigma Reporting/Communication (to/with School & HQ) Workshop
m. Date Rape/STD Workshop
      • Time Management Workshop
      • Second Financial Audit
      • $35 and 35 Hours per Brother Required per Semester in Philanthropy Efforts
      • Chapter Membership remains above 49 or Largest on Campus
      • Final Financial Audit
      • Letters of Recommendation from the District Grand Master, Alumni Advisor, Trustee, and University Official submitted to HQ 

Sigma Nu

  • Incident Date: August 27, 2016*
  • Investigation Initiated: August 29, 2016
  • Resolution Date: October 14, 2016
  • Description: Allegations involving alcohol, drugs, and hazing
  • Sanctions:
    • The College of Charleston supported Sigma Nu Fraternity’s decision to close the chapter

* Date of the initial incident, additional events happened throughout the semester.

Pi Kappa Alpha

  • Incident Date: August 25, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: September 5, 2016
  • Resolution Date: November 28, 2016
  • Description: Recruitment event with alcohol
  • Sanctions:
    • Designation of at least two brothers at the entrance of dry events making sure that they are alcohol free.
      • If an active member is found in violation of these terms they will be placed on immediate social probation congruent with our Chapters code and associated bylaws.
    • Develop a protocol if such an event is to occur again, it will be shut down and disbanded in a safe and orderly fashion.
      • If any active members if found in violation of these terms they will be met with
immediate social probation, pending a Judicial Board review.
    • The last two days of formal rush must include a comprehensive guest list of potential new members that is strictly enforced at any recruitment event by our Sergeant at Arms and Rush Chairman with no exceptions.

      • Failure to uphold the guest list of potential new members will result in
immediate cancellation of the recruitment event.
    • Continued development and implementation of Prevention Plan with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. 

Pi Kappa Phi

  • Incident Date: August 23, 2016, August 24, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: September 5, 2016
  • Resolution Date: November 1, 2016  
  • Description: Recruitment events with alcohol
  • Sanctions:
    • 90% chapter participation in a workshop led by the chapter Leadership Consultant on decision-making skills.
    • 90% chapter participation in a meeting specifically called to review the risk management and event policies of the College of Charleston and the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
    • Chapter President will write a letter of apology to the College President, Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
    • National Leadership Events – 2017 Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers Chapter will send the required ten (10) delegates (Archon, Vice Archon, Treasurer, Secretary, Warden, Historian, Chaplain, Risk Management Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, and Standards Board Chairman) to Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers in January 2017 and pay all applicable fees. The chapter’s delegates must attend all conference sessions and abide by the Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers student conduct policies.
    • Suspension of Events with Alcohol – Spring 2017 Recruitment Period
      Beginning January 1, 2017, the Alpha Chapter shall be placed on a suspension of events with alcohol until the conclusion of Spring 2017 Interfraternity Council recruitment (i.e. bid signing day). During this time, the chapter may not host, sponsor, organize, endorse, or plan any events where alcohol is present.
    • Suspension of Events with Alcohol – Fall 2017 Recruitment Period
      Beginning August 1, 2017, the Alpha Chapter shall be placed on a suspension of events with alcohol until the conclusion of Fall 2017 Interfraternity Council recruitment (i.e. bid signing day). During this time, the chapter may not host, sponsor, organize, endorse, or plan any events where alcohol is present.
    • Chapter President and Vice President will organize and execute an alcohol free event, and a philanthropy event which will benefit The Ability Experience.

Sigma Chi

  • Incident Date: August 23, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: September 5, 2016
  • Resolution Date: October 18, 2016
  • Description: Recruitment event with alcohol
  • Sanctions: 
    • Updated amendment to by-laws that directly addresses brothers who violate the rules of recruitment. 
    • Early submission of Recruitment Schedule including at minimum one (1) evening event with a mandatory 75% membership attendance to ensure members are meeting potential members in an alcohol free environment.
    • Host a community service event within two weeks of recruitment with a mandatory 75% attendance.
    • Officer transition meeting incorporating issues related to the recruitment process and education of rules prior to the end of the fall 2016 semester followed by a chapter-wide workshop on recruitment policies hosted by the incoming Executive Officers with the chapter advisor and an IFC representative present in January 2017 prior to the start of recruitment.

Kappa Delta

  • Incident Date: August 21, 2016
  • Investigation Initiated: August 23, 2016
  • Resolution Date: November 21, 2016
  • Description: Bid day event with alcohol
  • Sanctions: 
  • Individual standards meetings for women involved
  • Additional education for new members about policy
  • Bring nationally recognized alcohol speaker in spring 2017 with 90% chapter attendance
  • Panhellenic approved presentation covering alcohol and recruitment during recruitment work week 2017
  • Advisor present at bid day activities 2017
  • Evening event planned for bid day 2017

Beta Theta Pi

  • Incident Date: August 20, 2016*
  • Investigation Initiated: March 24, 2017
  • Resolution Date: April 21, 2017
  • Description: Multiple instances of unregistered parties with common source alcohol, some purchased with chapter funds; hazing behaviors including personal servitude and calisthenics; marijuana use.
  • Sanctions:
    • A letter of apology to President Glenn McConnell, apologizing for the organization’s willful noncompliance with the mandate for alcohol free events during the fall 2016 semester. This letter should demonstrate an understanding of how the organization’s actions undermined the authority of the College’s president, compromised the reputation of the Greek community, and, posed a threat to the health and safety of the entire College community. A hard copy of this letter, on fraternity letterhead, should be delivered to the Office of the Dean of Students by no later than Monday, May 15, 2017.
    • A letter to any future colony of Beta Theta Pi outlining the mistakes that were made in 2016 and 2017, how issues arose and escalated, and how the Fraternity should have conducted itself and benefited from the episodes. A hard copy of this letter, on fraternity letterhead, should be delivered to the Office of the Dean of Students by no later than Monday, May 15, 2017.
    • Loss of recognition and organizational suspension from the College of Charleston until Fall of 2021.

* This is the date of the initial incident. Incidents occurred throughout the fall 2016 semester.

Spring 2016 

* No incidents related to alcohol, drugs, sexual assault, physical assault, or hazing were reported.

Fall 2015

Alpha Epsilon Pi

  • Incident Date: December 16, 2015
  • Investigation Initiated: January 11, 2016
  • Resolution Date: March 2, 2016
  • Description:Non-residents went to the house with two cases of beer to play beer pong the night of 12/16. Residence Life administrative search 12/25 indicated a variety of alcohol and drug paraphernalia was found throughout the house and the trash can in the dining room was full of beer cans.   A number of beer cans were found throughout the house. 
  • Sanctions: 
    • Probation until Dec. 31, 2016
    • Residence Life speaker on College housing policy
    • Bringing national caliber speaker on substance abuse prior to September 30, 2016
    • Community service hours
    • Lease of chapter house was not renewed

Sigma Nu

  • Incident Date:November 6, 2015
  • Investigation Initiated:November 9, 2015
  • Resolution Date:December 2, 2015
  • Description: Fraternity members showed up intoxicated to a Greek-wide philanthropic event and brought cups of beer and a bottle of liquor with them, which they consumed prior to performing in the philanthropy.
  • Sanctions:
    • Create a chapter specific risk management team representing members from every class
    • Team meets with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life to review potential risks
    • Develop a new written risk management plan and process
    • Host alcohol awareness programming for membership prior to the end of the spring semester.
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Pi Kappa Alpha

  • Incident Date: September 4, 2015
  • Investigation Initiated: September 9, 2015
  • Resolution Date: October 1, 2015
  • Description: Members and guests hosted an unregistered event with alcohol at an off campus location. Alcohol was being served from a common source.
  • Sanctions: 
    • All members must participate in an additional hour of community service during the semester.
    • Entire chapter must be educated about event and risk management policies with the chapter advisor present.
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Spring 2015

Quidditch

  • Incident Date: March 28, 2015
  • Investigation Initiated: April 2, 2015
  • Resolution Date: April 7, 2015
  • Description: Failed to complete event planning form and alcohol management plan for a party the team was hosting.
  • Sanctions: 
    • Probation from planning, participating or holding any events and were limited to business meetings only for the remainder of that semester.
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Sigma Delta Tau

  • Incident Date: March 21, 2015
  • Investigation Initiated: April 21, 2015
  • Resolution Date: May 8, 2015
  • Description: New members were blindfolded and walked through a section of campus to learn who their big sisters were.
  • Sanctions:
    • Submit an updated new member calendar to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life prior to the fall 2015 semester
    • Chapter must have 100% attendance at New Member Conferences in the fall 2015 and spring 2016 semesters
    • Chapter will bring in an outside speaker to present on hazing within Panhellenic organizations
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Fall 2014

Beta Theta Pi

  • Incident Date: August 23, 2014
  • Investigation Initiated: August 29, 2014
  • Resolution Date: October 3, 2014
  • Description: Chapter members hosted an unregistered event with alcohol for fall bid day with a common supply and alcohol being provided to minors.
  • Sanctions:
    • 80% of chapter attendance at alcohol awareness presentation being hosted on campus
    • Staffing a table during National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Spring 2014

Pi Kappa Phi

  • Incident Date: April 7-9, 2014
  • Investigation Initiated: April 9, 2014
  • Resolution Date: April 18, 2014
  • Description: New members were required to stay at the fraternity house the week leading up to initiation, only leaving to shower or attend class. They could only eat at certain times, the amount of sleep they were allowed was restricted, and cell phones were taken.
  • Sanctions:
    • Support of self-imposed sanctions:
      • Revision of the Associate Member Education Program
      • Revision of the Written Big Brother Program and Contracts
      • Hazing Prevention Workshop
      • Chapter Standards Board Training
      • Chapter Code of Conduct Updated
      • Associate Member Education Activity Monitoring by Chapter Advisor
    • Probation for 2014-2014 academic year
    • Social Probation through September 30, 2014
    • Advisor at all events/meetings during probation
    • Hazing prevention workshop open to entire IFC Community with additional workshop for fraternity members
    • New member educator removed from position
    • One executive board member must attend all new member meetings in addition to the new member educator
    • Fall officer transition workshop must have advisor present
    • One chapter wide service project each semester during the probationary term
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Alpha Epsilon Pi

  • Incident Date: March 29, 2014
  • Investigation Initiated: March 31, 2014
  • Resolution Date: April 15, 2014
  • Description: Intoxicated members and guests returning from a social function attempted to host an "after party" at the college owned fraternity house. Members were dispersed by residence life officers after verbally abusing the residence life staff.
  • Sanctions:
    • Chapter clean-up of fraternity row.
    • Formal letter of apology.
    • Education from national organization of risk management policies
    • Residence Life staff member educating members on risk management policies
    • Creation of new risk management plan for the chapter for all events
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Sigma Chi

  • Incident Date: March 21, 2014
  • Investigation Initiated: March 31, 2014
  • Resolution Date: April 24, 2014
  • Description: Chapter members and guests had alcohol present at an alcohol free registered chapter philanthropy event.
  • Sanctions:
    • Probation through September 30, 2014
    • Alcohol education for entire chapter prior to September 30, 2014
    • Detailed philanthropy plan submitted to IFC one month prior to event
    • Philanthropy risk management team with a minimum of five members developed to oversee all fraternity philanthropy events
    • Chapter advisor or school official must attend philanthropy events for the spring 2015 philanthropy
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Fall 2013

Pi Kappa Alpha

  • Incident Date: November 14, 2013*
  • Investigation Initiated: November 15, 2013
  • Resolution Date: November 22, 2013
  • Description:New members were required to participate in multiple scavenger hunts for a variety of random meaningless items. New members were also required to participate in several group runs.
  • Sanctions:
    • New Member Educator and Committee were to be removed from positions immediately and not allowed to hold the positions again in the future.
    • Hazing education hosted by a third party facilitator for a minimum of 90% of the chapter must be completed prior to being allowed to take another pledge class.
    • New member program had to be rewritten and approved by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and IFC Judicial Chair prior to taking new members.

* Date Incident was reported, actual events happened over several dates throughout the semester.
** All sanctions have been completed.

Sigma Nu

  • Incident Date: August 31, 2013*
  • Investigation Initiated: September 26, 2013
  • Resolution Date: October 10, 2013
  • Description: Hosted an unregistered event with alcohol on bid day, with a common source and providing to minors.
    Required new members to clean chapter member's houses/apartments and participate in lineups involving calisthenics throughout the new member process.
  • Sanctions: 
    • Probation until the spring 2014 semester during which the chapter advisor must attend at least 50% of chapter meetings and all new member meetings.
    • Social probation until the end of fall 2013.
    • Completion of one chapter-wide service event each semester (fall 2013 and spring 2014) during the probationary period.
    • Minimum 90% attendance at national caliber hazing speaker in spring 2014.
    • Submit updated new member education calendar utilizing the Sigma Nu's LEAD Program.
    • Submit an active member education calendar of Sigma Nu Lead sessions.
    • Advisor and IFC Vice President must be present at fall 2013 officer transitions.

* Date of the initial incident, additional events happened throughout the semester.
** All sanctions have been completed.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

  • Incident Date: August 24, 2013
  • Investigation Initiated: August 28, 2013
  • Resolution Date: September 13, 2013
  • Description: New members were required to participate in a scavenger hunt on bid day to find meaningless items and on August 25 were required to clean active member homes/apartments.
  • Sanctions:
    • Develop and implement a new, new member program, approved by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life.
    • All chapter members must participate in a hazing educational session and review all risk management policies within two weeks of receiving sanctions.
    • An updated new member education plan must be submitted prior to taking new members in spring 2014.
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Sigma Chi

  • Incident Date: August 19, 2013
  • Investigation Initiated: August 20, 2013
  • Resolution Date: August 26, 2013
  • Description: Alcohol was present at a recruitment event.
  • Sanctions: 
    • Active members must complete two hours of community service by September 30, 2013
    • Fine of $250
    • 90% of members required to attend national speaker coming to campus August 28, 2013
  • *All sanctions have been completed.

Spring 2013

* No incidents related to alcohol, drugs, sexual assault, physical assault, or hazing were reported.