With a Greek community that is more than 50 years old, we have more than 10,000 living Greek alumni/ae members who have gone on to great things in their life. Once you join a fraternity or sorority, you become a lifetime member. Remember the commitment you made to your organization and the impact that you can still make on that organization.
Code of Ethics for Fraternity/Sorority Alumni
- Provide opportunities for interaction with other groups and with the fraternity/sorority officers and staff
- Educate on issues affecting the fraternity/sorority community, both local and inter/national levels
- Inform about university policies and procedures
Chapter advisor/leader opportunities
Advisory support is critical to the success of a fraternity or sorority at any university. Chapters with consistent alumni/ae involvement tend to be the best chapters. If you are interested in getting involved as an advisor to any of our chapters, please contact Fraternity and Sorority Life at email@example.com.
Code of Ethics for Chapter Advisors
- Establish relationships with advisors, alumni/ae, chapters, and university
- Communicate by providing accurate information on a regular basis
- Communicate all major decisions affecting the chapter, including judicial sanctions, member concerns, and chapter operations, respecting the guidelines of confidentiality
- Educate on student development issues and learning outcomes
- Honor requests for information when applicable
- Provide opportunities for advisors and chapter officers to make the first contact with the national organization in conduct matters – then work in a collaborative manner