Please continue to stay informed by checking the COVID-19 Information on the OSU homepage. This is an evolving matter in which things can change quickly.
Click here to see the message from the Fraternity/Sorority Governing Councils that describes the Commitment to Virtual Recruitment & Social Moratorium. On August 11, 2021, the Council Presidents sent a message to chapter presidents with Social Moratorium Updates for the Fall 2021 term. Each council president will send out more detailed instructions for their council by September 1, 2021.
Questions regarding the COVID-19 response for fraternities/sororities? Call the CFSL at 541-737-5432 or email your question to [email protected].
What guidance is OSU giving to fraternities and sororities regarding COVID-19? updated July 19, 2021
Planning for Fall Term recruitment and membership activities is underway, and our community will welcome new members in Fall 2021. Student leaders from the governing councils are currently outlining plans based closely on OSU’s guidance. Currently all councils have plans for in-person or hybrid recruitment events, although some will offer virtual event options. For more information on joining opportunities and plans, please reach out to council leadership directly.
Each housed fraternity and sorority is privately owned and operated and the CFSL is encouraging their compliance with Benton County Health Department guidance, Corvallis Fire Department guidelines, the governor’s executive orders and other requirements that may apply to them.
The fraternity/sorority community collectively is prioritizing adherence to best public health practices in fall planning. Fraternities/sororities are recognized student organizations and will be required to comply with applicable expectations provided by OSU for student organizations. Accountability for following OSU policies will align with the process outlined in OSU’s Code of Student Conduct.
Oregon State University plans to implement a COVID-19 vaccination requirement beginning Fall Term 2021 for students who participate in-person in university activities. The CFSL and the governing councils encourage students to confirm their vaccination status or claim an exemption by September 15, 2021.
You can access information shared with fraternity/sorority leadership by clicking on the links below:
The information below was shared with fraternity/sorority leadership throughout Spring 2020 and the 2020-2021 academic year. Please note that some information be out-of-date given recent updates to university guidance and policies.
CFSL OFFICE - REMOTE OPERATIONS
Due to current concerns about COVID-19 at Oregon State University, the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life has transitioned to a fully remote model in respect of social distancing practices. If you would like to speak to someone within our office please email [email protected]. We are also available via phone at 541-737-5423 (leave a voicemail and we will return your call). We will work to respond to you within one (1) business day. Thank you for your patience during this time.