Due to concern surrounding health and safety, all FSL organizations, including those with city-zoned lodges and FSL organizations without lodges, must follow all federal, state, city, and TTU COVID-19 limitations and restrictions currently in place.
Regulations and/or standards by which students at Texas Tech University abide and procedures by which its organization functions.
The purpose of the Social Event Policy is to allow Fraternity & Sorority Life the ability to work with organizations and student leaders to better understand their inter/national organizations' policies and provide a backstop for the expectations we have of our organizations while hosting social events. FIPG is the industry standard with 51 inter/national members and reads in line with the majority of inter/national organizations' policies as they are written today.
The Student Org Flowchart outlines the conduct process when incidents arise in our Fraternity and Sorority Life community.
MGC/NPHC organizations do not have a defined start and end date in the intake and new member education period within each term. To maintain record of an organization's progress toward adding additional members and ensure events associated with intake and education are appropriate and within Fraternity & Sorority Life and national policies, the MGC/NPHC Membership Intake Policy should be reviewed and completed by any organization approaching a period of intake.
This document outlines the policies of the leadership development programs hosted by the Fraternity and Sorority Life office including Leadership Summit, Leadership Development Series, and Peer to Peer Trainings.
Follow the above link to view resources on Hazing prevention.