New Member Programs

New Member Academy

After recruitment each fall and spring, our College Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council host a one-day program just for new members. It’s built around networking, risk management, and community expectations. Past partners have included Health and Wellness Promotion, Counseling and Psychological Services, IUPD, and more.

Neo Academy

Each year in late spring, our National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council host a one-day program that provides space to gain an understanding of each council’s internal operations, navigating our event registration process, and understanding concepts of unity and collaboration. Past partners have included PhiredUp Productions, Educational Partnerships and Student Success, and Office of Career Services.

Health and Wellness Programs

Mental Health Advocates

As a chapter member, you are on the front lines of caring for your brothers and sisters. Through a four-session series, you will be provided with best practices from Counseling and Psychological Services on peer support, mental health and referrals, QPR suicide prevention training, alcohol and drugs, and sexual violence prevention and bystander intervention. This is a certificate program and open to all members of our community.

Fraternity and Sorority Leaders in Harm Reduction

As a risk manager, you will be well-equipped with the best practices for social events, formals, parties, kickbacks, bar culture, travel, and other high-risk situations. By partnering with Health and Wellness Promotion with grant funding from the Indiana Collegiate Action Network, you can be a leader in risk reduction.

National Hazing Prevention Week

We all have an opportunity to come together and raise awareness, educate others, and promote prevention of hazing during the last full week of September each year.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Each April, we work with campus partners to elevate the conversation and care around sexual assault, harassment, and abuse. Annual programs supported by the community include Denim Day from Alpha Chi Omega and the Until Today: Reclaiming Our Voices conference from Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, Inc.

Leadership Development Programs

20/20 Series

One part education and another part community building, these monthly programs are curated by our fraternity and sorority life community to provide time for you to focus on current topics that address the whole community. Past topics have included social justice education, mental health, substance abuse, and financial literacy, just to name a few.

Grand Council

The Grand Council for Fraternity and Sorority Life is a team of individual council presidents and a council representative who work together to build community, provide feedback on a variety of issues to area professional staff, and help shape the messaging and culture of collegiate life.

Leadership Forum

Each fall and spring semester, we provide space to build relationships with incoming officers, share knowledge, and share the community report that showcases grades, demographics, and programs.