Fraternity & Sorority Life

Winter 2019 Achievement Expectations Report

On July 18, 2019, Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) released the Achievement Expectations report for Winter 2019. This report provides an overview of participation, summary points and council statistics.

Women Leading Women

Women Leading Women's purpose is to educate newly elected chapter officers in the Panhellenic Association about campus resources, explore personal leadership style, learn about relative topics, and help them build cross-council relationships.

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Presidents Weekend

Presidents Weekend is a weekend retreat for the chapter and council presidents of the fraternity and sorority community that develop leadership and personal skills such as relationship building, effective goal-setting, and much more.

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Emerging Leaders Conference

The Emerging Leaders Conference is a free, on-campus educational experience that supports and develops students' personal and leadership skills.

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Creating a Culture of Consent

PRISM, the SAPAC and Fraternity & Sorority Life, student-led collaboration brought Dr. Keith Edwards to campus in April 2019.  Keith’s talk “Creating a Culture of Consent” focuses on encouraging and empowering participants to change the culture on campus surrounding sexual assault

Creating a Culture of Consent