Social Events Policy


As student groups with adequate insurance coverage, Fraternities and Sororities are afforded the privilege of hosting social events. With this privilege comes expectations regarding ensuring the safety and welfare of those in attendance. All members are expected to know and abide by all applicable state and federal laws and University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the Social Events Policy. Students are responsible for their own behavior; however, if alcohol is a part of an event, student organizers and sponsors must undertake efforts to provide a safe environment for the attendees.


Contact FSP about a Social Event


Chapter leaders should review the social events policy updates in place for the Fall 2020 semester. 

All social events need to be registered and hosted in accordance with the Fraternity and Sorority Programs Social Events Policy and the inter/national policies of each fraternity or sorority. 


All social events with alcohol must be registered by 12:00 p.m. (noon) at minimum 10 business days in advance of your event. The registration form is due to the Event with Alcohol mailbox in the Fraternity Sorority Programs office, Room 404 of the Student Union.  Registrations submitted with out the proper attachments and signatures will not be considered.

  • On-Campus Event With Alcohol 

  • Off-Campus Event With Alcohol

  • Alcohol Free Social Event

Best Practices

The best practices set forth here will benefit an organization who is conducting a social event. Nothing precludes chapters from adopting practices that are more stringent than those set forth herein.


Required Training

Fraternities and Sororities who plan to host an event with alcohol are required to participate in two training sessions prior to their first EWA of the semester.

  • In person EWA Training, required for President, Social Chair, Risk Manager at the beginning of each semester.