Policies & Procedures
- Officer Update Form
Officers must be updated within 2 weeks of the semester or once an officer has changed by submitting the form above to Fraternity & Sorority Life via email.
- Roster Update Form
(NPHC & Multicultural Chapters Only) Rosters must be updated within 2 weeks of the semester or once it has changed by submitting the form above to Fraternity & Sorority Life via email.
- Membership Intake Form
The Membership Intake form must be filled out by the chapter and signed by the prospective member in order to verify their grades before completing the Membership Intake Process. This is done by submitting the form above to Fraternity & Sorority Life (must be original copy) with enough time to verify grades and get back to the chapter before invitations are extended. All of this information is kept confidential.
- Chapter Hazing Compliance Form
Each chapter president and new member educator must fill out this hazing compliance form before they can conduct a new member education process. This form along with the submitting of their new member program signed by appropriate advisor and the corresponding grade release forms will allow them to conduct a new member education process.
- New Member Hazing Compliance Form
Each fraternity or sorority new member must sign this form within 48 hours of becoming a new member. Fraternity & Sorority Life will assist in the completion of these forms during respective recruitment bid signing. This form should be turned in by any prospective members along with the membership intake form for all organizations conducting intake before the organization starts their process.
- College Panhellenic Council (CPC) Exec. Board Application
Applications for the 2015 CPC Executive Board are now available and are due by Wednesday, October 29th. Please return a completed application to the CPC Mailbox in the Student Involvement Office.
- Fraternal Excellence Annual Report & Awards Application
The purpose of the Fraternal Excellence Program is to establish standards to ensure that every Fraternity and Sorority at UWF is well managed and is fully committed to the highest quality of student experience for each of its members and that they are recognized for their achievement of those standards. The standards are the five values of Fraternity & Sorority Life at UWF: Academic Excellence, Ethical Leadership, Community, Personal Development, and Stewardship.
The Fraternal Excellence Program was adopted to improve on the existing Greek Excellence Awards application and to help define the standards of excellence for chapters. This program will also provide Fraternity & Sorority Life with an annual report for each chapter on their goals, accomplishments, and challenges. A full description of the program, application process, standards of achievement, planning standards and services provided by the University for each standard can be found in the Fraternal Excellence Program document.
In order to be recognized as a chapter in good standing with Fraternity & Sorority Life, fraternities and sororities must complete (meaning all sections applicable should be filled out) the Fraternal Excellence Awards Application which then serves as the chapter’s annual report. Chapters failing to turn a completed application in by the start of the Spring Semester will be placed on Inactive Status for Reservations, will not be able to participate in Fraternity & Sorority Life events, and their national advisors will be contacted.
The 2014 Fraternal Excellence Program Annual Report & Awards Application is due by Friday, December 5th. Applications can be turned in by Wednesday, November 19th in order to be reviewed and given feedback before the final deadline. Please email a completed application and accompanying documents to Fraternity & Sorority Life.
- Interfraternity Council (IFC) Executive Board Application
Applications for the 2015 IFC Executive Board are now available and are due by Wednesday, October 15th. Please return a completed application to the IFC Mailbox in the Student Involvement Office.
- Order of Omega Application
Applications for the Pi Omega chapter of Order of Omega are now available and are due by Wednesday, October 15th. Please return a completed application to the Order of Omega Mailbox in the Student Involvement Office.
Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life is your first stop information booklet to find out more about what Fraternities and Sororities are and what UWF's Fraternity & Sorority Life has to offer. Check out this booklet if you are unsure if your interested or don't know where to start.
At a Glance Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life
The At a Glance Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life is a condensed information booklet that is updated each year. To find out more about what UWF's Fraternity & Sorority Life has to offer and what organizations we have in each council, check out this At a Glance Guide if you are interested in Fraternity & Sorority Life and want to know more specifics.
Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment Booklet
The Panhellenic Recruitment Booklet has great information on UWF's Panhellenic Sororities, how to join a Panhellenic Sorority, what the Formal Recruitment process is like, and some common terms and questions.
Fraternity & Sorority Life Buttons
Fraternity & Sorority Life created buttons for members to wear around campus. If you are unable to get one, or enough for your group and would like to make some of these for your members you can use the Fraternity & Sorority Life Buttons template. The button machine can be checked out from the commons service desk and buttons are 50 cents each.
- National Panhellenic Conference
- North-American Interfraternity Conference
- National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.
- National APIA Panhellenic Association
- National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, Inc.
- Association of Fraternity Advisors
- Order of Omega
- Sorority Parents
- Fraternity Info
- Hazing Prevention
- Association for Fraternal Leadership and Values