Improving the overall health and safety of all members is a high priority for the fraternity and sorority community. Providing relevant educational workshops and programs as well as access to University and community resources to members is a foundational expectation for all fraternities and sororities. Chapter leadership is responsible for mitigating any potential risks that may be faced in hosting events and programs. Priority is placed on providing resources and relevant programming to members related to overall wellness, health, and safety topics.

Chapters are required to:

  1. Host one educational program or workshop in the academic year where 80% or more of chapter membership attends focused on each of the following areas:
    1. high-risk alcohol and drug use prevention; and,
    2. sexual assault prevention

 

Chapters can access workshops for these requirements through Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services through the links below: 

1. Alcohol and Drug Prevention

Student Health Services:

Alcohol and other drugs

Marijuana: A blunt discussion on the facts

2.  Sexual Violence Prevention and Supporting Services

Counseling & Psychological Services:

       Interpersonal Violence and Support Services 

Student Health Services:

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