Fraternity and Sorority Conduct

Transparency is a key factor in the success of the fraternity and sorority community. Students should be informed about both successes and challenges of our fraternities and sororities when considering joining one of these organizations or participating in their activities. In sharing this information, we note that the majority of our fraternities and sororities demonstrate exemplary conduct and a strong alignment with the university’s MELIORA values and Standards of Student Conduct. The university remains committed to a strong and vibrant fraternal community, particularly because of its focus on personal and group responsibility and maturity.

In promoting these standards, the University shares chapter conduct history for the past three years, beginning fall 2021. This information includes any violation of the Standards of Student Conduct for which the organization has been found responsible. Any incident in which the medical amnesty policy is utilized is not documented as a formal violation and is not shared. Additionally, any individual violations of the Standards of Student Conduct related to the incident are not shared.

2022-2023 Violations

Psi Upsilon

Incident Date: April 21, 2023
Standards of Student Conduct Violated: (6) Alcohol, (17) Negative Impact / Other Violations
Outcomes: The chapter is on Social Probation until October 1, 2023 and must complete programming around the use of BORGs and alcohol education.

2021-2022 Violations

Delta Kappa Epsilon

Incident Date: February 20, 2022
Standards of Student Conduct Violated: (6) Alcohol, (12) Non-cooperation
Outcomes: The chapter must work with the Alcohol and Other Drug Education office to pilot the newly updated SWARM program with 90% chapter attendance.