All fraternities and sororities are required to complete a total of 6 educational programs during the academic year. One program topic must be alcohol/drugs; a second topic must address sexual assault education; a third must address hazing education and prevention. For the remaining 3 programs, fraternities and sororities are asked to complete the Chapter Development Plan below which will outline the remaining programs a chapter will complete.
The goal of the Chapter Development Plan is to empower fraternities and sororities to intentionally analyze and identify programming needs in their chapter. All chapter development plans will be reviewed by the Office of the Dean of Students/Fraternity and Sorority Life so that the FSL staff can support the individual chapter in identifying speakers and programs that will meet the specific needs of their chapter.
A completed Chapter Development Plan is to be submitted no later than 5pm on Friday, September 25.
Please contact the Office of the Dean of Students/Fraternity & Sorority Life (434-924-7430) with any questions/concerns.