D. Greek Student Organization Hearing Process

  1. When an allegation against an entire chapter occurs, the chapter president will meet with a Vice-President of Administration (VPA) from the Panhellenic Council or the Interfraternity Council and a representative from the Greek Life Office to discuss the allegations, resolution options and possible sanctions.
    1. If the chapter accepts responsibility for all allegations, and possible sanctions do not include Disciplinary Probation or a more serious sanction, sanctions will be agreed upon among the participating VPA, the Greek Life Office representative and the Chapter President.
    2. If the chapter does not contest the violations but does not accept responsibility, and possible sanctions do not include Disciplinary Probation or a more serious sanction, an informal hearing will occur (IV, D, 2).
    3. If the chapter pleas not responsible, and possible sanctions do not include Disciplinary Probation or a more serious sanction, a formal Greek Life hearing will occur (IV, D, 3).
    4. If Disciplinary Probation or a more serious sanction are possible outcomes, regardless of whether responsibility is accepted, a Formal Conduct Hearing will occur (IV, C).
  2. Informal Greek Life Hearing
    1. The Panhellenic Council/Interfraternity Council Judicial Board will review the available information and determine responsibility and possible sanctions.
    2. The chapter may have an advisor but witnesses may not be requested.
  3. Formal Greek Life Hearing
    1. The Panhellenic Council/Interfraternity Council Judicial Board will review the available information and determine responsibility and possible sanctions.
    2. The chapter may have an advisor and witnesses may be requested.

E. Non-Greek Student Organization Hearing Process

  1. All other recognized student organizations will follow the conduct process outlined in Article IV, A-C.

Last Updated: July 15, 2016