Chapter Conduct and Judicial

 

Each semester, the Fraternity & Sorority Programs Office creates a summary of the judicial incidents that occurred during the preceding semester.  If you have questions about any of the incidents , or if you have questions about the Greek Community or University of Arizona judicial policies and procedures, please contact our office or the Dean of Students.

Past Summaries

Current Judicial Investigations

Chapter

      Issue Being Investigated

Interim Action

Zeta Beta Tau Student Code of Conduct 14. Hazing Full activities suspension
     

 

Chapters on Loss of Recognition Status

 Chapter

Violations

Eligible to Return

Media Statements

Delta Tau Delta

The national fraternity suspended the chapter for repeated violations of the fraternity’s risk management policies, "poor academic performance among the new members and failure to make satisfactory progress during the spring 2015 semester." The chapter was currently on university probation through December 2015. Only nationally recognized organizations are eligible for University Greek Letter Organization recognition.

Under Review

Delta Tau Delta Statement

University Statement

Pi Kappa Phi Violations of the Student Code of Conduct related to continued alcohol and hazing violations May 2016

University Statement

HQ Statement

Delta Chi Violations of the Student Code of Conduct related to continued alcohol, safety and hazing violations Not Eligible University Statement
Tau Kappa Epsilon Violations of the Student Code of Conduct related to continued alcohol and hazing violations Fall 2016  
Phi Kappa Psi Violations of the Student Code of Conduct related to continued alcohol and hazing violations Fall 2016 HQ Statement
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)

Phi Gamma Delta violated the Student Code of Conduct prohibited item numbers 2, 3, 4, 7, 15, 16, 19, 20, 22 and 26. These findings and the serious and dangerous nature of the allegations support the sanction of Loss of Recognition from The University of Arizona effective immediately through April 2019.

April 2019 University Press Release
Delta Sigma Phi Delta Sigma Phi violated the Student Code of Conduct prohibited item numbers 2, 4, 15, 17, and 19.  These findings and the serious and dangerous nature of the allegations support the sanction of Loss of Recognition from The University of Arizona effective immediately through May 2018. May 2018

University Press Release

HQ Statement

Theta Chi

Theta Chi violated the Student Code of Conduct prohibited item numbers 2 and 19. These findings and the serious and dangerous nature of the allegations support the sanction of Loss of Recognition from The University of Arizona effective immediately through May 31, 2016.

May 31, 2016  

 

Current Judicial Issues

Please reference the downloadable spreadsheet for all sanction details

Chapter

Current Judicial Issues

Sanctions

2015-2016 Judicial Issues

Interfraternity Council Chapters

Alpha Kappa Lambda None    
Alpha Epsilon Pi Under Sanctions University Probation till May, 2015; Monetary Sanction of $25/housed member; Create an implementation team to ensure successful of conduct sanctions; Plan and implement a chapter retreat/town hall style meeting to discuss the culture of the chapter; Create a Plan of Action for how the chapter plans to complete the action items outlined in the sanction letter; Complete a thorough risk management analysis to assess the real, perceived and potential risks of the chapter; Conduct a member accreditation review for each member of the chapter to identify areas of past, current, and future chapter participation and evaluate areas of opportunity for development; Attend a hazing prevention seminar; Must participate in all FSP, IFC, local/regional, and international leadership development programs over the next two years (Aug 2017); Coordinate a comprehensive review of all applicable university policies, council policies, and a chapter risk management policies; Set-up at least one community enrichment program for Spring 2016; various required meetings. Student Code of Conduct: 4. 15. & 17.
Alpha Sigma Phi

Under Sanctions

Greek Standards probation through May 2016.

Alpha Sigma Phi must have 75% of the active chapter roster that was submitted to FSP, excluding all new members required to complete a community service event day with a recognized non-profit organization. The community service event must be a minimum of four hours long. For convenience the 75% of required attendees can be divided up into two separate days. Due September 16, 2016

Prohibited from registering any event with alcohol through Fraternity and Sorority Programs and the University until the end of the year May 13th, 2016. This includes all events with alcohol included but not limited to date dashes, mixers, and weekenders.

Monetary Sanction - Complete by: Friday, May 6, 2016

As a condition of probation, the organization president must meet with Lauren Leif or a designated representative of Fraternity and Sorority Programs each week beginning immediately until the completion date September 30, 2016

Alpha Sigma Phi is prohibited from hosting or sponsoring any events with alcohol till September 11, 2016

University Probation till September 11, 2016

IFC Recruitment Policy:
Drug-Related Offenses

FSP Events with Alcohol

Code of Conduct/4. Other Published Rules - Violation of, or attempt to violate, other rules that may be adopted by Board or by the university.

Code of Conduct/3. Sanction Violation – Violating the terms of any disciplinary sanction imposed for an earlier violation of the Student Code of Conduct or other Board or university rules. 

Beta Theta Pi None    
Kappa Alpha Order None    
Kappa Sigma Under Sanctions

Kappa Sigma may not hold any pageants, performances, talent shows, etc. as part of their philanthropy events for the 2015-2016 school year.

Monetary sanction in the amount of $3,500.00; Weekly meeting with FSP staff liaison to discuss strategies for continued success as a UA recognized organization and to better understand how to register events, the requirement for register events, the events with alcohol policy, and the “fraternal information & Programming Group Policy"; Prohibited from hosting or sponsoring any events with alcohol till May 15, 2016; University probation until December 16, 2016; The president of Kappa Sigma or his designee will work with the Assistant Dean of Students and the Interim Director of Fraternity and Sorority programs to deliver an educational program on hazing and alcohol consumption

Philanthropy Advisory Board Guidelines and Greek Community Standards

Code of Conduct/15. Alcohol- Violation of Board or university rules or applicable laws governing alcohol, including consumption, distribution, unauthorized sale, or possession of alcoholic beverages.

Code of Conduct/4. Other Published Rules - Violation of, or attempt to violate, other rules that may be adopted by Board or by the university.

 

Omega Delta Phi None    
Phi Delta Theta None    
Phi Kappa Tau None    
Pi Kappa Alpha None    
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Under Sanctions

Sigma Alpha Epsilon must submit a letter of apology to the presenters of the Turn Down For What event. The letter must be sent over by April 21st, 2016; Sigma Alpha Epsilon must reach out to their FSP liaison to see if the presenter will reschedule a time for the presentation. 75% of chapter must be in attendance.This must be completed by September 16th, 2016; Sigma Alpha Epsilon must pay a fine of $25 per each member in attendance of the Turn Down For What event. The total of this fine is $1,275, a check made out to the University of Arizona must be brought into the Dean of Students office no later than May 2nd, 2016.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon is prohibited from registering any event with alcohol through Fraternity and Sorority Programs and the University until the end of the year May 14th, 2016. This includes, but not limited to date dashes, mixers, and weekenders; Sigma Alpha Epsilon must have 75% of the active chapter roster that was submitted to FSP, complete a community service event day with a recognized non-profit organization and cannot be for or part of your National Fraternity Philanthropy. The community service event must be a minimum of three hours long for each member; Sigma Alpha Epsilon must address the noise issue to avoid further incident with the University and faculty; Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be referred straight to the Dean of Students Office if another noise complaint is referred for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 academic year

“Title IX and Sexual Violence Education” mandate which stated “Repercussions for
signing up and not showing up or behaving poorly during the session; Student Code of Conduct #11: Interference/Disruption

Student Code of Conduct #3: Sanction Violation; Student Code of Conduct #7: Failure to Comply; Student Code of Conduct #11: Interference/Disruption

Sigma Alpha Mu None    
Sigma Chi None

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Sigma Phi Epsilon None    
Theta Xi None    
Zeta Beta Tau None    
Zeta Psi None    

Panhellenic Chapters

Alpha Chi Omega

Under Sanctions

Must implement a values-based workshop during a recruitment workshop in the spring.

Must review the Unanimous Agreements and Membership Recruitment Guidelines with 90% of the women participating in formal fall recruitment 2016 once during a spring recruitment workshop and once during workweek before formal recruitment.

Must review the process of giving bids and how the organization is able to offer bids of membership with the entirety of the chapter.

2015 and 2016 executive boards must create a detailed communication structure and plan on how to communicate with each other and the rest of the officers that they will use throughout their term.

Multiple Fall Recruitment Violations & Unanimous Agreement Violations 

Alpha Delta Pi None

 

 
Alpha Epsilon Phi None

 

 

Alpha Phi Under Sanctions

Alpha Phi must give Office of Event Planning venue guidelines and rules to risk manager, philanthropy chair, and other members responsible for the coordination of the event.

Alpha Phi must have the Alpha Phi chapter advisor present at the 2016-2017 philanthropy event to stop any inappropriate behavior outside of the guidelines

Alpha Phi must submit signed off meeting minutes of members involved between position transitions for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Alpha Phi must submit an apology to the Sales and Event Planner for the Student Union Event Planning Office,

Philanthropy Advisory Board Guidelines Section IV

Philanthropy Advisory Board Guidelines Section V

Alpha Phi Gamma None    
Chi Omega None

 

 

 

Delta Chi Lambda None    
Delta Delta Delta None    
Delta Gamma None

 

 
Gamma Phi Beta None    
Kappa Alpha Theta None    
Kappa Kappa Gamma None .  
Pi Beta Phi None    
Phi Beta Chi None    
Sigma Kappa None    

USFC Chapters

Sororities

Alpha Pi Omega None    
Gamma Alpha Omega None    
Kappa Delta Chi None    
Lambda Theta Alpha None    
Sigma Lambda Gamma None    
Theta Nu Xi None    
Zeta Phi Beta None    

Fraternities

Delta Lambda Phi None    
Lambda Theta Phi None    
Pi Alpha Phi None    
Sigma Lambda Beta None    

NPHC

Alpha Kappa Alpha None

 

Delta Sigma Theta None  
Kappa Alpha Psi None  
Omega Psi Phi None  

Contact

Center for Student Involvement & Leadership

Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404
PO Box 210017
Tucson, AZ 85721-0017

520-621-8046