Suggested Minimum Sanctions for Greek Organizations and Greek Residences
These guidelines have been established to provide standardization of sanctions for various infractions of institutional regulations. They are intended to suggest an appropriate minimum reaction to a particular violation if an organization is found responsible by an Administrative Hearing Officer or a Disciplinary Hearing Board. Abusive situations, lack of cooperation, and other case variables may result in more significant sanctions.
Changes and/or additions to the suggested minimum judicial sanctions may be made at any time during an academic year and circulated to the campus community by appropriate and reasonable means.
|1st Offense||2nd Offense||3rd Offense|
|Policy Violation during College-Approved Registered Event|
|$50 fine||$100 fine; chapter meeting with assistant dean for residence life, Greek life, and first-year programs||$300 fine; loss of ability to participate in Greek events (i.e. Greek Week) for the remainder of the semester|
|Policy Violation at Any Other Time|
|$150 fine||$300 fine; chapter meeting with assistant dean for residence life, Greek life, and first-year programs||$450 fine; loss of ability to participate in Greek events (i.e. Greek Week) for the remainder of the semester|
Additional offenses per semester could result in
- Fines to be determined
- Potential closing of Greek house and relocation of all residents for remainder of academic year
Policy violations include but are not limited to
- Noise complaints
- Prohibited items in common areas
- Safety violations in common areas
- Failure to comply with staff or campus safety