Programs and Education

Our Fraternity and Sorority Life staff strive to provide a range of developmental programs for our community.

Title IX Training:

Each year, chapters are trained by staff members of the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination. The training focuses on sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, stalking, harassment and discrimination, and retaliation. The training also includes ways to report alleged violations and confidential resources on campus for survivors.

Greek Week:

Philanthropy and community service are pillars within our chapters and councils. Greek Week is a philanthropy and community service based program that brings all chapters and councils together to raise money for local organizations and donate time to important causes. The week is full of meaningful contributions, cross-council collaborations, and a ton of fun!

Executive Board Trainings:

As leaders within our Fraternity & Sorority Life community, our executive board members receive training each semester regarding council, FSL and University policies and procedures. This is an opportunity for leaders to establish goals for the upcoming semester, learn about programming opportunities and resources on campus, and connect with other leaders for support and collaboration opportunities.

New Member Education Training

At the conclusion of recruitment, new members from all three councils attend new member education sessions. The sessions are focused on the expectations and standards within our chapters, resources available to our FSL students, and opportunities for getting involved and taking full advantage of chapter membership.


*Chapters also have the opportunity to request specific programs based on the current needs of their organization or requirements from their National Headquarters. Fraternity and Sorority life staff will attend a chapter meeting at the request of the organization to meet additional programming needs.