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

Alpha Sigma Phi Code of Conduct Violations-Endangering, Other Published Rules, Alcohol, Hazing Full Activities Suspension, No Contact with New Members
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 fall 2019. This sanction is currently under appeal.

Fall 2019 University Press Release

 

Current Judicial Issues

Please reference the downloadable spreadsheet for all sanction details

Chapter

Current Judicial Issues

Sanctions

2014-2015 Judicial Issues

Interfraternity Council Chapters

Alpha Epsilon Pi Under Sanctions Events with Alcohol Suspension through March 13, 2015, University Probation Until May 2015, social media presentation and quiz Code of Conduct- Hazing, Off-Campus Conduct &  Events with Alcohol, Code of Conduct Alcohol
Alpha Sigma Phi

Under Sanctions

UAPD liaison meeting, restitution, apology letter. Suspension of Events with Alcohol until March 13, 2015. Title IX training. PR Workshop, Step Up training,

University Probation through December 2015. UAPD presentation.

Code of Conduct-Endangering, destruction of property, drugs, off campus behavior. Events with alcohol. IFC Recruitment Policy.

Beta Theta Pi Under Sanctions Fine, Transition manual, paperwork deadline. Apology letter. Attend neighborhood association meetings. PR Workshop for fall 2015 exec and live-in members, conflict resolution presentation, internal documents review. Events with Alcohol, Housing Recognition Policy, Greek Community Standards-Good Neighbor. Code of Conduct-Endangering
Kappa Alpha Order None   None
Kappa Sigma Under Sanctions Personal Responsibility Course & Community Service, No events with alcohol for  Fall 2014. One event with alcohol for spring 2015. Various educational programs. Register events three weeks in advance through fall 2015. Review of new member education program, advisor must be present for all new member activities. Develop a new internal process for better view of the new member program. Work in partnership with the Hazing Prevention Coalition to develop a peer based prevention effort and help sponsor Hazing Prevention Week for 2015. Events with Alcohol Policy, Code of Conduct- Alcohol, Other published rules, Hazing
Omega Delta Phi None   None
Phi Delta Theta None   None
Phi Kappa Tau None   None
Pi Kappa Alpha None    
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Under Sanctions  Chapter officers and live-in members must participate in Personal Responsibility Workshop, Warning for noise violation. Events with Alcohol Policy and Code of Conduct-Alcohol, Other published rules, Good Neighbor Policy (Noise)
Sigma Alpha Mu None    
Sigma Chi Under Sanctions

Probation until December 21, 2015.

Apology letter and restitution fee. Events registered four weeks in advance for fall 2015. Calendar review and transition binders.

Events with Alcohol Policy, Code of Conduct Alcohol, Failure to comply. Greek Week Rules
Sigma Phi Epsilon None    
Zeta Beta Tau None    

Panhellenic Chapters

Alpha Chi Omega

Under Sanctions

PAB Paperwork due 3 weeks before the event.

Alpha Chi Omega executive board members must Personal Responsibility Workshop through the Dean of Students Office.

2. Alpha Chi Omega must complete an inclusion presentation.

3. The Alpha Chi Omega officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Violations of the Philanthropy Guidelines.

a. Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior.

Alpha Delta Pi Under Sanctions

Alpha Delta Pi executive board members and the three participants in the talent portion of the Kappa Sigma pageant must Personal Responsibility Workshop through the Dean of Students Office.

The three members of Alpha Delta Pi who participated in the talent portion of the Kappa Sigma pageant must work together on an apology letter to the sorority for misusing chapter door songs and misrepresenting Alpha Delta Pi. Either the chapter president or the members involved must read the letter to the chapter.

The Alpha Delta Pi officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Philanthropy Event Guidelines

Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior

Alpha Epsilon Phi Under Sanctions

Alpha Epsilon Phi executive board members and the participants in the talent portion of the Kappa Sigma pageant must attend personal responsibility presentation by October 1st, 2015.

The Alpha Epsilon Phi officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Philanthropy Event Guidelines

Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior.

Alpha Phi Under Sanctions

Alpha Phi executive board members and the participants in the talent portion of the Kappa Sigma pageant must attend personal responsibility presentation by October 1st, 2015.

 75 percent of the Alpha Phi membership must complete a bystander program by October 1st, 2015, either a bystander program from your Fraternity and Sorority Programs liaison, the Step UP! Program through Campus Health, or another campus partner of your choosing.

The Alpha Phi officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Director of Internal Philanthropy must attend all PAB Roundtables, Registration of philanthropy events for fall 2015 and spring 2016 at least 3 weeks in advance.

Violations of the Philanthropy Guidelines - Registration and

Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior.

Alpha Phi Gamma None   None
Chi Omega Under Sanctions

Warning and the Chi Omega officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Violations of the Philanthropy Guidelines

a. Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior.

Delta Chi Lambda Under Sanctions Delta Chi Lambda must review and approve the entire chapter calendar for the
Fall 2015 semester with the chapter’s Fraternity and Sorority Programs liaison
prior to August 1st, 2015.
Violation of Standards of Excellence score
Delta Delta Delta None   None
Delta Gamma Under Sanctions

Delta Gamma must create a presentation on how to represent a positive image for Greek organizations and Greek women. The presentation must be approved by the Greek Standards Board and presented to 75% of the chapter.

75 percent of the Delta Gamma membership must complete a bystander program by October 1st, 2015, either a bystander program from your Fraternity and Sorority Programs liaison, the Step UP! Program through Campus Health, or another campus partner of your choosing.

The Delta Gamma officer who oversees external events/philanthropies must attend the Philanthropy Advisory Board roundtable in the Fall 2015 semester and the Spring 2016 semester.

Philanthropy Event Guidelines

Events should be run in the best of taste and as a positive representation of Greek Life of campus. Therefore events should have no references to alcohol or drug use, nudity, racism, sexism, or any other such derogatory or inappropriate behavior

Gamma Phi Beta None   None
Kappa Alpha Theta None   None
Kappa Kappa Gamma Complete One event with alcohol for spring 2015, paperwork 3 weeks in advance, transition binders. Events with Alcohol Registration
Pi Beta Phi None   None
Phi Beta Chi None   None
Sigma Kappa None   None

USFC Chapters

Sororities

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

Fraternities

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

NPHC

Alpha Kappa Alpha None

None

Delta Sigma Theta None None
Kappa Alpha Psi None None

Contact

Center for Student Involvement & Leadership

Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404
PO Box 210017
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520-621-8046