Campus Involvement

Campus Involvement -- 11% of Total Point Value
(62 points possible)

A fraternity or sorority chapter’s image is formed greatly by its involvement in campus activities. Co-curricular involvement of chapter members, chapter participation in annual campus events, campus leadership positions held by chapter members, and inter-Greek relations are only some of the ways a chapter may contribute to this image.

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    Campus Events: 25 Points (12 for Spring, 13 for Fall)

    1. The chapter significantly participates in campus events sponsored by the Office of Student Life such as Homecoming, Get on Board Day, Greek Awards, Blood Drives, etc.
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    Co-Curricular Activities: 12 Points

    2. At least 20% of the chapter membership is affiliated with co-curricular activities, NOT including intramurals. List by member, not by activity. All activities must be for the 2014 year. This information will be checked with proper University office including the Office of Student Life, Recreation and Intramural Programs, etc. On a separate sheet of paper, type a list of all chapter members and their co-curricular involvements. Example: Name Co-curricular Involvement 1. Te’Jah Autry Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, SGA Senator, Rho Lambda 2. Tim Tebow Freshman Forum, NAACP 3. Bob Henry ROTC, Model Arab League 4…

    Leadership Development: 12 Points

    3. A minimum of 75% of the executive board of each chapter attends at least one leadership development program or workshop during the year sponsored by the national organization, or at least 30% of the chapter attends a leadership workshop sponsored by The Office of Student Life. Please consider that your members may attend different workshops, including the New Member Workshop.
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