Communication & Contact
The fraternities and sororities at Texas Tech are mindfully guided by volunteer alumni and faculty/staff advisors. It is expected that advisors working with these organizations are providing mentorship and perspective to officers and members.
As a critical partner, the organization advisor is included in all communication between the university and the organization's leadership.
While some organizations maintain a full advisory council or board, it is expected at minimum that each organization document a faculty/staff advisor to remain a recognized entity on campus.
Click here if you are interested in serving as an advisor or volunteering with a fraternity or sorority organization.
Click here if you would like to request the contact information for an advisor.
When incidents happen, on or off campus, and your members are involved, our staff will serve as the direct contact for response to resolve disciplinary matters.
While incidents of low-level concern and actions of individual behavior on behalf of members will likely be resolved among the organization president and advisor(s), any incident that indicates organization involvement or a culture fostered by the organization will be immediately communicated to the national headquarters.
Our commitment to partnership extends into the investigation and rehabilitation of all organizations. Our model for self-reporting and informal resolution allows for a joint process in which the campus and national organization build a plan for a successful future for the chapter.
Click here to learn more about the disciplinary process for organizations as Texas Tech.
The advisor manual is available as a resource to all of our community advisors. Please use this document for tips and information that our office recommends you utilize throughout your time serving our members.