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Overview of Fraternity and Sorority Life

The purpose of the Fraternity & Sorority Life Initiatives and Action Plan is to address in concise format those changes in relationship and responsibility, which pertain to the functioning of the fraternity/sorority community at North Dakota State University, as well as offering initiatives progress updates to the NDSU administration and fraternity/sorority community.

Initiative 1

To have at least 2 Cultural Greek Lettered Organizations (CGLOs) in the NDSU Fraternity and Sorority Life community by Fall 2025

 

Initiative 2

To establish a close working relationship with the University Police and local law enforcement, a representative of the North Dakota State University Police and/or the Fargo police will be invited to serve on the Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisory Board

 

Initiative 3

Create and execute an annual Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Weekend for alumni to come back and visit and re-establish ties with the community

 

Initiative 4

Grow the community to be 15% of the undergraduate population by 2025 by an extensive marketing plan and colonization and expansion process in collaboration with inter/national organizations and leadership

 

Initiative 5

Provide the Fraternity and Sorority community with a bystander intervention curriculum in conjunction with the Sexual Assault Prevention Advocate (SAPA) to train and educate all fraternities and sororities regarding peer accountability, sexual violence, and power based violence

 

Initiatives Evaluation and Advancement

These initiatives will be reviewed and evaluated in Fall of 2025. A representative group, that may include representatives from the Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, Presidents Council, interested alumni and University administration, will evaluate and propose adjustments to these recommendations so as to ensure the continued growth and success of the Fraternity and Sorority Life community.