Fraternity/Sorority Expansion Worksheet;
Initiation Request Form
Office of the Vice President
for Student Affairs Revised: 9-24-03
Greek Affairs Policies SA/PPS 05.07
and Procedures Issue No. 4
Effective Date: 9/01/95
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01. POLICY STATEMENTS
01.01 The Student Affairs Division is committed to the recruitment and retention of a diverse and qualified student body, and to providing services that enhance their personal development and contribute to the fulfillment of their goals. The following procedures contribute to the implementation of this policy.
01.02 Texas State desires to continue its healthy working relationship with the Greek System and all of its member organizations. By maintaining a clear set of guidelines for the registration and recognition of those groups, the university will keep open those existing channels of communication and support.
01.03 These policies and procedures shall be in conformity with the Guidelines and Procedures for the Governance and Registration of Student Organizations, as published in the Student Organizations Handbook, as well as the Student Policies and Regulations, as published in the Texas State Student Handbook.
02.01 Office of Campus Activities and Student Organizations (CASO) - The Office of CASO is the Texas State Student Affairs administrative office which provides education, programming, support and assistance with the discipline process for the activities of the Greek Governing Councils including the IFC, NPHC, MGC and Panhellenic, the individual student leaders of these councils, each of the individual fraternities and sororities and their student leaders. The Office of CASO serves as liaison to Texas State and San Marcos in affairs affecting the Greek community. The Office of CASO also supervises the activities of the Order of Omega (Greek Honor Organization), and GAMMA (Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol), and the Up Til Dawn program.
02.02 Fraternities and Sororities- Fraternities are college men's organizations. A sorority is an organization of college women. Both fraternities and sororities encourage scholarship among members, social interaction, leadership and friendship. They also participate in university-wide events, and contribute to community service projects. All local chapters at Texas State are part of national organizations.
02.03 Greek Governing Councils - These bodies are representative councils for member fraternities and/or sororities. Texas State currently supports Greek Governing Councils as listed below. Each council is housed within and supervised by the Office of CASO.
a. Interfraternity Council - The IFC is the governing body for fraternities associated with the National Interfraternity Conference. Included among its main responsibilities are conducting membership recruitment in the spring and fall and operating a student judicial system for its member fraternities.
b. National Pan-Hellenic Council - The NPHC is the governing body for all fraternities and sororities which are affiliated with the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. The council serves as a coordinating body for all social activities, workshops, seminars and philanthropic work in which its member fraternities and sororities are engaged.
c. Panhellenic Association - The Panhellenic Association is the governing body for all sororities affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference. It serves as coordinator and sponsor of various educational and social programs and membership recruitment activities, and promotes cooperation among its member sororities.
d. Multicultural Greek Council – The Multicultural Greek Council is the governing body for all men’s and women’s national general (social) fraternities and sororities that are not members of the National Interfraternity Conference (NIC), National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) or National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) organizations. The Council serves as a coordinating body for all social activities, workshops, seminars and philanthropic work in which its member fraternities and sororities are engaged.
02.04 Membership Definitions - Membership in a Greek organization at Texas State includes, but is not limited to the following:
a. Any combination of the following activities will provide evidence that a person is a new member, Associate or Candidate for membership: A new member, Associate or Candidate for membership is one who has been offered and accepted a bid (invitation to join), is fulfilling academic requirements within the organization, has an open invitation to all Chapter events (social functions, service events, etc.), can be found on the chapter phone list, roster or composite picture, attends organization meetings, studies fraternity/sorority information, acquires signatures of its members, is assessed fees by the local and/or national organization, wears or buys paraphernalia associated with the fraternity/sorority organization, participates in university events/activities such as intramurals, Homecoming, or Greek Week with the fraternity/sorority, or participates in service activities with the organization.
**Hazing, at any level of membership in the organization, is strictly prohibited at Texas State. For further definitions and policies regarding hazing, refer to the Texas State Code of Student Conduct, Appendix A.
b. Any combination of the following activities will provide evidence that a person is an Active, Initiate or Member: An Active, Initiate or Member is one who has completed pledgeship,
or the associate/new member education program, or the membership intake process and has been introduced to the ritual of the organization through initiation or other means, is fulfilling academic requirements within the organization, may attend all Chapter events (social functions, service events, etc.), can be found on the Chapter phone list, roster, or composite picture, is assessed regular dues to the local and/or national organization, attends organization meetings, has a vote in Chapter business, may hold an office or committee chair in the organization, may be an official representative of the organization, participates in the education and training of the pledges, new members, associates, or candidates for membership, and participates in university events/activities such as intramurals, Homecoming, or Greek Week with the fraternity/sorority.
**Hazing, at any level of membership in the organization, is strictly prohibited at Texas State. For further definitions and policies regarding hazing, refer to the Texas State Code of Student Conduct, Appendix A.
02.05 Definition of a Chapter Activity - An event will be considered a chapter-sponsored activity under any one or more of the following conditions:
a. The organization has a financial commitment to the event.
b. Officers and/or members of the organization have spent time in an organization meeting planning or preparing for the event.
c. The organization has provided representatives of the organization to facilitate the planning, preparation and/or implementation of the event.
d. The event is advertised and the advertisement makes any mention of the fraternity or sorority.
e. The chapter creates or causes to be created any promotional materials for the activity, including t-shirts, cups, etc.
f. The chapter is involved in any fashion with the sale of tickets for the activity or
the sale of promotional items which mention the activity.
g. Transportation to the activity is provided by the chapter.
h. The chapter provides maps, information, invitations or tickets to the activity for its members and/or guests.
i. The activity is listed on the chapter's calendar of events.
03. PROCEDURES FOR GREEK COUNCIL MANAGEMENT
03.01 The Office of CASO will provide education, counseling, programming support and administration for the activities of the Greek Governing Councils including the IFC, MGC, NPHC and Panhellenic, and the individual student leaders of these councils. Texas State will provide office and meeting space, administrative supplies and equipment, and administrative guidance and support, as available.
03.02 The Greek Governing Councils shall be recognized as Chartered Student Organizations, and will receive all of the responsibilities and privileges included with that designation.
03.03 Each Greek Governing Council shall maintain an approved constitution, by-laws and rules (CBR), which must be reviewed and approved each time they are changed, by the Coordinator of Greek Affairs and the Director of the LBJ Student Center (or designee).
03.04 Officers of the four Greek Governing Councils should be elected representatives of the students they govern; however, the Coordinator of Greek Affairs shall actively monitor their conduct related to their official duties while in office, and may recommend to the Associate Director of the LBJ Student Center to remove any officer for violations of university code of conduct, misappropriation of council funds, failure to maintain minimum academic standards, failure to execute necessary duties, or severe violations of accepted ethical standards. If that action is taken by the director, the student may appeal the director’s decision to the Dean of Students within 5 class days of the director’s decision.
04. PROCEDURES FOR GREEK SYSTEM EXPANSION
04.01 Before a(n) (Inter)National Fraternity/Sorority colony will be recognized by the university, it must receive a written invitation from the university through its sponsoring national office.
04.02 Any student organization seeking a Charter with a(n) (Inter)National Fraternity/Sorority must first obtain written approval from the university.
04.03 In assessing a request for expansion, the university, through the CASO Office, will consult with the Greek Governing Council impacted to determine its position on the addition of a new Greek group to the governing body.
04.04 The (inter)national fraternity/sorority in consideration will be solicited for information through the Texas State Fraternity Expansion Worksheet (Attachment I).
04.05 When deciding to expand, the university and the Greek Governing Council will consider the following:
a. Need for expansion on campus.
b. Positive attributes that a new organization may bring.
c. Probability of growth for a new Greek organization.
d. Evidence of the ability to establish a cooperative relationship between the Inter/National Headquarters, Regional Advisors, University administration and Greek Council.
04.06 The new group must meet all initial requirements for membership in one of the Greek Governing Councils before official university recognition is finalized.
04.07 Upon the completion of all requirements in this section, official recognition may be granted to the Greek organization by the university through the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
05. GREEK ORGANIZATION RECOGNITION
05.01 The recognition of each Greek organization at Texas State must be maintained through the organization’s adherence to all policies and procedures further outlined in this SA/PPS and all other related governing documents and policies maintained by the university, including but not limited to the Student Code of Conduct, the Student Organizations Handbook and the appropriate Greek Governing Council Constitution, By-Laws and Rules.
05.02 Texas State may suspend or remove the recognition of any fraternity or sorority as necessary (See section 08. for complete procedures). Suspension or removal of recognition shall mean the loss of all rights and privileges further explained in section 06 of this SA/PPS. Texas State may suspend certain privileges of recognized Greek organizations as necessary and appropriate.
05.03 Membership in a Greek Council: All fraternities and sororities are required to apply for, obtain, and retain membership in a recognized Greek Governing Council. Membership in a Greek Governing Council requires that the organization be in compliance with all rules and activities of that body.
05.04 Auxiliary Organizations: Texas State does not allow and will not recognize auxiliary (little sister/brother) organizations. Recognized fraternities and sororities are prohibited from recruiting new members for, continuing support of, and recognizing auxiliary organizations.
05.05 Academic Requirements: Texas State will hold the Greek organizations recognized by this university accountable for reasonable standards of academic performance. Each Greek Governing Council will maintain individual standards of academic achievement for their member chapters, including minimum requirements for recruiting new members.
a. Greek organizations whose New Member GPA falls below a 2.25 in any given academic semester will be placed on probation, and must complete the following requirements to be removed from this status. Chapters failing to complete terms of academic probation will be scheduled to meet with the Discipline Review Team (DRT) at which time they may present any evidence that might justify their continued recognition by the university before facing suspension. There will not be a second consecutive semester of probation given, but a recommendation of suspension of chapter privileges and activities (up to and including intramurals, social functions and university events such as Homecoming, Step Show, Greek Week, etc.) Full chapter charter suspension will also be considered.
1. Schedule a meeting with the Coordinator of Greek Affairs to discuss a chapter scholarship program and new member education program which will enhance GPA performance. This meeting must be scheduled before the official 12th class day of the probation semester.
2. Revise or create a written scholarship program and/or a written new member education program (as appropriate). These programs must be submitted to the Coordinator of Greek Affairs for a review by the official university mid-term date. All revisions deemed necessary by the Coordinator of Greek Affairs must be re-submitted by the official last class day.
3. Schedule an "academic retreat," which would require mandatory attendance of no less than 90% of chapter members. The purpose of this retreat is to re-assess the chapter's plan for academic success. Submit written notification to the Coordinator of Greek Affairs, co-signed by the Chapter Advisor, to verify completion of this requirement. This retreat must take place before the official mid-term date.
4. Achieve a New Member GPA and chapter GPA for the probation semester which meets or exceeds a 2.25.
b. Greek Organizations whose Chapter GPA falls below a 2.25 any academic semester will be placed on chapter probation, and must complete the above listed requirements (a, 1-3) in addition to those listed below, to be removed from probation. Failure to complete the terms of probation will result in chapter suspension.
1. The chapter 's social calendar for the probation semester must be limited to one social function. Specific functions that are excluded from this include alumni reunions or founder's day celebrations.
2. The Chapter GPA and new member GPA for the probation semester must meet or exceed a 2.25.
05.06 New Member Period: The New Member/Membership Intake Program for all chapters is limited to eight (8) weeks. Initiation must be completed by the eighth week of the semester after the recruitment period. Prior to initiation the Campus Activities and Student Organizations Office must approve all pre-initiation events specifically activities that will take place within the last two weeks of the new member process. (Attachment II)
06. PRIVILEGES OF RECOGNIZED GREEK ORGANIZATIONS
06.01 Recruitment: Recognized fraternities and sororities shall have the privilege of recruiting new members from the Texas State student body, whether through the times established by the Greek Governing Council or on their own, either on the Texas State campus or elsewhere, provided that they adhere to all university policies and policies of the Greek governing body to which they belong.
a. Functions sponsored by the organization or any person acting on behalf of the organization for the purpose of recruitment shall be free of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances.
b. The use of intimidation by either secluding the person being recruited or using inaccurate information to persuade a person to accept membership shall be prohibited.
c. Chapters shall report the name and ID number of each new member on the form provided by CASO.
d. New members gained at times outside of organized recruitment periods must be reported to the Office of CASO within five class days of affiliation with the organization.
e. Recognized fraternities and sororities may offer student membership only to currently enrolled students who are in good academic standing with Texas State. Students who are on academic probation, who have been conditionally admitted to Texas State, or who are early admit students concurrently enrolled in a high school, are not eligible for membership and may not be offered membership.
f. Recognized fraternities and sororities may offer special membership to a local citizen or Texas State faculty/staff member who has made a significant contribution to the organization. Special memberships must be pre-approved by the Coordinator of Greek Affairs and the Dean of Students.
06.02 Fundraising: Recognized fraternities and sororities may raise funds on and off the campus of Texas State. If raising funds on the campus, they must follow all solicitation, posting and reservation policies, but will have the opportunity to utilize many available resources to assist their efforts. Recognized fraternities and sororities may also apply for funds through the Student Organizations Council or the Student Service Fee Reserves fund. These funds will typically be reserved for leadership training or educational opportunities which have the potential of positively affecting the university community.
06.03 Utilization of Campus Facilities: Recognized fraternities and sororities will have the privilege of utilizing university facilities for meetings, functions, programs, and other appropriate activities provided that proper reservation forms are completed through the facility management and that all policies of facility use are followed. Failure to comply with facility use guidelines may restrict an organization from future use of that and other related facilities.
06.04 University Sponsored Activities and Programs: Recognized fraternities and sororities will have the privilege of participating as a group, or in collaboration with other groups, in all university sponsored activities and programs. Good behavior and proper conduct will be expected at all times during these activities and the organization will be responsible for monitoring its members in attendance.
06.05 Social Activities/Parties: Recognized fraternities and sororities will have the privilege of sponsoring and hosting social functions, parties and other similar events. See Section 02.05 for the Definition of a Chapter Activity.
a. Social Activities, parties and similar events must comply with the risk management guidelines specified by the organization's Inter/National governing board and the Greek Governing Council to which they belong.
b. The possession and/or use of alcoholic beverages or other drugs must be consistent with any and all applicable laws, ordinances or rules of the state, county, city, and university.
c. The sponsoring organization(s) will be held accountable for the actions of all members, new members, alumni and/or guests to any social function, party or similar event.
d. All social events must be registered with the Governing Council by noon on the Wednesday prior to the event.
06.06 Office of CASO Services: The Office of CASO will provide an official Greek mailbox to each recognized fraternity and sorority which should be checked regularly by an official of the organization for important university and university-related correspondence. The Office of CASO will make its staff available to all recognized fraternities and sororities and their individual officers and members for educational programming, officer transition, goal-setting and development, recruitment, alumni relations, volunteer services planning and personal, confidential counseling. The Office of CASO will provide manuals, handouts, videos, and computer-assisted program support as materials and equipment become available to all recognized fraternities and sororities.
06.07 Housing: Texas State does not currently offer separate housing to recognized fraternities and sororities, although they are free to secure such facilities in the local community as they desire.
a. All student members must fulfill their Texas State housing contract before attempting to move off campus to a Greek house.
b. Each organization seeking off-campus housing should also seek the guidance and supervision of an alumni house corporation. The organization shall report the name, address, phone number and e-mail address of the main contact person from its house corporation to the Office of CASO during annual registration (See UPPS 07.03.01).
c. If the organization secures housing, either through lease or mortgage, within the San Marcos city limits, it must obtain and maintain a Special Use Permit from the City.
d. If the organization secures housing outside of the San Marcos city limits, it will be held accountable to the same standards of behavior as those inside the city limits.
e. Each Greek organization with off-campus housing must be a good neighbor and will be expected to be in full compliance with all city, state and county ordinances and to maintain the facility and its appearance in a manner acceptable to the community.
f. All organizations with off-campus housing will be held accountable for the
behavior of members, new members, alumni and invited guests on and in the vicinity of their property. Texas State student organizations will face disciplinary sanctions for violations of Texas State rules and regulations, and/or violations of federal, state and local laws please see SA/PPS 05.04, Student Organizations Discipline policy.
g. Chapters that have off-campus facilities (house, lodge, etc.) are required to submit fire inspections as part of the recognition process. Failure to comply will affect the organizations’ good standing with the university.
06.08 Demonstrations, campus displays, speakers and similar programs: Recognized fraternities and sororities will have the privilege of sponsoring and hosting demonstrations, displays, speakers and similar programs on the campus provided that:
a. all appropriate reservations have been completed and confirmed;
b. necessary security has been arranged and is paid for by the organization;
c. the Office of CASO is notified 30 days in advance of the planned activity.
07. PROCEDURES FOR GREEK ORGANIZATION REGISTRATION
07.01 All recognized fraternities and sororities at Texas State must update chapter information with the Office of CASO on an annual basis at the end of every spring semester. Regular student organization process must also be completed by May 1 each year.
a. Chapter Information Updates: Fraternities and sororities will provide all information requested concerning the officers and advisors of the organization, and general chapter information using the forms provided by the Office of CASO.
b. Membership Rosters: Fraternities and sororities will provide updated information on the current status of their members. Organizations will bear the responsibility of updating their rosters with the Office of CASO any time a change occurs between reporting periods. These records will be used to calculate Greek grade reports each semester. To remove any member from the organization's roster an officer of the organization must present notice in writing of the updated status of the member (i.e. "depledged", "suspended") and an adequate explanation of the circumstances for the separation by the official Drop/Withdrawal Deadline on the university calendar printed each semester in the schedule of classes.
c. Advisor Contract: Fraternities and sororities must retain a member of the Texas State faculty or staff working at least 50% time for the university as an organization advisor. Organizations will be asked to have their advisors sign a contract at the end of each Spring semester expressing their commitment to serve. The Advisor Contract will describe in detail the duties of the Advisor. Organizations shall have thirty class days to secure a new advisor, beginning on the received date of a written resignation of the current advisor, or from the due date of updated registration materials. Failure to do so will result in the loss of the group's university recognition.
d. Hazing Statement: Fraternities and sororities are required to file a signed statement of their understanding of the State of Texas laws regarding hazing each spring. Chapter officers must read the statement to the entire chapter each semester and retain a copy for record-keeping and future programming.
e. Diversity Statement: Fraternities and sororities are required to fill out and sign a copy of Texas State's diversity statement each fall, acknowledging their understanding of these values and policies. Chapter officers must read the statement to the entire chapter each year and retain a copy for record-keeping and future programming.
f. New Member Education Program: Fraternities and sororities are required to submit a copy of their most current new member education program or Membership Intake Procedures each spring within the chapter accreditation program (CAP) packet. Both the mandatory program materials of the (inter)national organization and any locally developed support documents are required. If no significant changes have occurred since the last submittal, chapters may indicate this in writing and avoid sending another copy. Chapters are responsible for submitting updated programs that contain any changes which are created between the annual submission period. New member education programs must be congruent with Texas State's core values and educational mission. The Office of CASO will provide reference materials and personal guidance to any chapter officer working to update or revise the chapter's new member education program.
g. Chapter By-Laws: Fraternities and sororities are required to submit a copy of their most current chapter by-laws each year as part of the CAP package. If no changes have occurred since the last submittal, chapters may indicate this in writing and avoid sending another copy. Chapters are responsible for submitting updated by-laws that contain any changes which are created between the annual submission period. The Office of CASO will provide reference materials and personal guidance to any chapter officer working to update or revise the chapter's by-laws.
h. Risk Management Program: Fraternities and sororities are required to submit a copy of their most current risk management program each year within the Chapter Accreditation Program (CAP) packet. Both the mandatory policy statements of the (inter)national organization and any locally developed support documents are required. If no changes have occurred since the last submittal, chapters may indicate this in writing and avoid sending another copy. Chapters are responsible for submitting updated risk management programs which are created between the annual submission periods. The Office of CASO and Greek Affairs will provide reference materials and personal guidance to any chapter officer working to update or revise the chapter's risk management program. Fraternities and sororities will be held accountable to all federal, state and local laws, the policies to which they subscribe and to those mandated by their (inter)national organization, their Greek Governing Council and the university. The Coordinator of CASO will be familiar with all relevant policies and work with advisors, headquarters and chapter officers to insure compliance.
i. Academic Program: Fraternities and sororities are required to submit a copy of their most current academic program each year attached to the Chapter Accreditation Program (CAP) packet. If no changes have occurred since the last submittal, chapters may indicate this in writing and avoid sending another copy. Chapters are responsible for submitting updated academic programs which are created between the annual submission period. The Office of Greek Affairs will provide reference materials and personal guidance to any chapter officer working to update or revise the chapter's academic program. Fraternities and sororities are expected to provide support and guidance to their membership for the enhancement of academic achievement, and are expected not to interfere with the ability of the individual student to pursue a successful collegiate matriculation. The Coordinator of Student Organizations and Greek Affairs will work with advisors, headquarters and chapter officers to insure high standards in academic achievement.
j. Other Reports: Other items may be requested from fraternities and sororities by the Office of CASO for programming or educational needs, such as a Chapter Events Calendar, an Alumni Relations Program, a Grade Release Form, or reports of New Members who were pledged or associated through open recruitment.
07.02 Chapters which lose their registration packets or rosters will be assessed a $5 replacement charge.
07.03 Chapters which have not submitted the minimum reports due by the specified deadline, will accumulate a fine of $1 per day until the necessary paper-work is submitted, and will be removed from the list of Registered Greek Organizations eligible to participate in university sponsored programs.
07.04 All fees and fines must be paid in full before the Greek organization registration process is complete.
08. PROCEDURES FOR ANNUAL REVIEW
08.01 As a condition of their continued recognition by Texas State, Greek Organizations must provide a holistic development program which includes attention to the following:
a. Support and assistance for the academic development of all members (i.e., study programs, skill workshops, incentives).
b. Participation in a minimum of one leadership development program provided by Texas State each semester (i.e., the Treasurer’s Workshop held each Fall semester or the Southwest Leadership Conference held each spring).
c. A minimum of one health education program (i.e., Alcohol/Drug Ed., AIDS, Sex Ed., etc.) provided through a Texas State department (i.e., ADEPT Alcohol and Drug Resource Center (ADRC), Health Center, Counseling Center) to their membership each semester, with at least one of the programs provided each year to specifically address Alcohol/Drug Education.
d. Participation in a minimum of one community service project per semester and verification of that project with the Student Volunteer Connection
e. Opportunities for members to be exposed to issues of diversity (for example, through campus programs, collaboration with other student organizations, lectures, workshops, etc.)
f. Collaboration with other student organizations to complete any of the above listed program requirements or any other related goals and objectives.
08.02 Greek Organizations are required to conduct an annual review of operations through
completion of the Chapter Accreditation Program (CAP) package provided
each January by the Office of CASO. To be eligible for awards through the Greek
Awards program, as described further in 08.04, CAP packages will be due on the last
class day before Spring Break.
08.03 Fraternities or sororities who fail to submit a CAP packet by the last class day before
Spring Break will not be accredited for the upcoming academic year.
08.04 Each April, the Office of CASO will sponsor the annual Organizations Awards Program, at which time awards will be presented to those organizations showing excellence and outstanding performance in the various categories of the CAP package.
08.05 Following the awards program, all chapters will receive a written analysis of performance according to their responses in their CAP package, and a list of recommendations or directives for the coming year. Recommendations shall be optional for the Chapter, but obviously in their best interest to complete, while directives shall be mandatory for Chapters to complete before the next evaluation period. The Office of CASO will retain a copy of the scoring packets, recommendations, and directives, and a copy will be sent to each National Headquarters.
08.06 Chapters failing to complete directives before the next evaluation period will lose all university privileges and recognition from Texas State for a period of one (1) year. The Greek Affairs staff will make recommendations on fraternities & sororities needing corrective action to the coordinator of Student Organizations & Greek Affairs who will discuss an appropriate judicial course with the Associate Director for the LBJ Student Center and the organization’s (Inter)National Headquarters.
09. CAUSE FOR REVIEW OF RECOGNITION
09.01 Texas State may determine, as a result of annual review results, academic reports, or disciplinary situations, to review the appropriateness of continuing recognition of any registered Greek organization.
09.02 In such cases where the university determines that there is cause for a review of the recognition of a registered Greek organization, the registered Greek organization will be scheduled for a hearing with the Discipline Review Team (DRT), at which they may present any evidence which might justify their continued recognition by the university. Additionally, the Inter/National Headquarters and the Alumni Advisory Board will be notified of the review hearing.
09.03 The review of recognition will include, but not be limited to a consideration of the following performance indicators:
a. Responses to, content of and scores in the previous three annual reviews.
b. The disciplinary track record of the organization for the previous three academic years.
c. The academic track record of the organization for the previous three academic years.
09.04 The DRT may recommend to the Discipline Board of Review (DBOR) that a fraternity or sorority be placed on probation, be suspended or lose its university recognition based on the results of the review hearing. The DBOR’s decision may be appealed to the Vice President for Student Affairs who will have the final decision in these cases.
10. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SA/PPS
10.01 Major responsibilities for routine assignments associated with this SA/PPS include the following:Position
Coordinator of Student Review October (E4Y)
Organizations & Greek Affairs
11. CERTIFICATION STATEMENT
This SA/PPS has been approved by the following individuals in their official capacities, and represents Texas State policy and procedure from the date of this document until superseded.
Mr. Terrence Parker, Student Development Specialist II/Coordinator of Coordinator of Student Organizations and Greek Affairs; reviewer of this SA/PPS
Ms. Lanita Hanson, Associate Director, LBJ Student Center
Mr. Andy Rhoades, Director, LBJ Student Center
Dr. John Garrison, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students
Dr. James D. Studer, Vice President for Student Affairs