Fraternity & Sorority Life

Achievement Expectations Overivew Video


2022-2023 Expectations

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  • Submitting the Chapter Information Form by September 2nd

  • Submitting the Chapter Roster by Council Deadline

  • Submitting Intake or Initiation Form By October 1st

  • Submitting Membership Information Cards within one week of Bid Day (IFC/Panhel), or by Council deadline (MGC/NPHC)

  • Completing SOAR Registration by September 30th

  • Council Required officers should submit Officer Anti-Hazing Agreement by September 2nd

  • Paying Council Dues by Council Deadline


  • Maintaining a Term GPA of a 2.75+

  • Submit your Chapter Development Form prior to, or during, your first one-on-one with your FSL Advisor 

  • Academic Programming Policy by September 30th

  • Council Specified Participation in the Emerging Leaders Conference on November 6th

  • Participation in Council Signature Leadership Program (Women Leading Women, IFC Leadership Event, MGC Retreat, NPHC Retreat) by Council specified due date

  • Participation in the Fall President's Experience on October 1st

  • Submit you New Member Education Plan by September 30th

  • Participation in Hazing Prevention Week September 19-23, 2022 

    • It is expected that 50% of the chapter participates in at least one event during the week. 

  • Participation in council sponsored hazing program Date TBD  

    • It is expected that 50% of the chapter participates. 

  • The Chapter will host one Substance free siblinghood event by December 17th

  • The Chapter will host or co-host one Academic Program/Event by December 17th

  • Chapter will participate in council sponsored Risk Management Program, date by council

Fulfilling all of the above expectations as well as at least THREE of the expectations below will award the chapter an Exceeds Expectations Score in the DEVELOPMENT category:

  • Chapter GPA above a 3.20 

  • Implementation of a Middle Member Engagement and Retention Plan. The purpose is to identify chapter efforts in keeping middle membership involved in chapter operations and siblinghood offered. Middle membership being identified as members who are currently in a semester beyond their new member semester but not graduating at the end of the current semester. 

    • This plan can be educational, social (substance-free), philanthropic, or service in nature. 

  • Implementation of a Senior/Alumni Transitioning Plan/Event. This should be a substance-free plan/event aimed at celebrating members who are graduating at the end of the semester.

    • Plan can include: identifying graduate chapters, an (Inter-)National ritual ceremony, exit-interview process, etc.

  • 50% of the chapter attends a leadership program or speaker outside of the FSL sponsored program. 

  • Chapter hosts an internal retreat for all of its members


  • Submit the Individual Member Tracking Form by December 17th

  • Submit Campus Involvement Form by December 17th  

    • It is expected that 50% of chapter membership is involved with another Student Organization outside of FSL (IM team, Student Government, Res Hall Council, Varsity Sport, or Student Organization) including any leadership position(s) held in their respective organization. 

  • Chapter will host a community service project with 50% of chapter membership in attendance by December 17th

  • Chapter will host a philanthropy event with 50% of chapter membership in attendance by December 17th

  • At least 50% of chapter membership will attend at least one multicultural/intercultural/diversity program by December 17th 

  • Chapters must collaborate with at least one other registered student organization such as a  fraternity or sorority to plan and implement a program during the semester. The co-sponsored  program may be educational, service/philanthropic, or social (substance-free) in nature. by December 17th

Fulfilling all of the above expectations as well as at least THREE of the expectations below will award the chapter an Exceeds Expectations Score in the ENGAGEMENT category:

  • 80% of chapter membership accrues 10+ service hours during the active semester 

  • 80% of chapter membership attends a multicultural/intercultural/ diversity program 

  • Chapter hosts/co-hosts a Multicultural/intercultural/Diversity program 

  • Chapter plans and executes an educational program on a risk management topic for its members

  • 50% of chapter membership holds a leadership position in an RSO outside of FSL 

  • Collaboration with Ginsberg Center for a service event, educational session, or application for a grant. 


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