In support of and accordance with the Essential Learning Outcomes created by Stockton University, the fraternity & sorority life program uses the following model and learning outcomes to measure student learning and chapter success:
Greek Leader Summit
Hosted at the beginning of each semester, the Greek Leader Summit brings leaders from each fraternity and sorority together to learn leadership skills and resources to make them successful.
- Understand SMART goals and create semesterly/annual goals for their organization;
- Articulate personal skills and abilities;
- Identify personal values and how they align with organizational values;
- Analyze contexts that influence the leadership process;
- Understand leadership styles;
- Understand thier social responsibility in the development and maintainence of community standards;
- Understand one's own identity and role in a diverse and everchanging world.
Facilitators will also cover the topics of Title IX, hazing, and responsible social risk management.
New Member Symposium
Hosted each semester, the New Member Symposium brings all new members to the fraternity and sorority community together to learn how they can be contributing members of the fraternity and sorority community. This program covers expectations of membership and policies and procedures necessary for them to be successful.
- Understand the history of fraternities and sororities;
- Understand the national and local council and governance structures of fraternal organizations;
- Understand the expectations of membership in the fraternity/sorority community;
- Understand their social responsibility in the maintainance of community standards;
- Understand healthy sexual relationships and consent;
- Understand how to be active bystanders and use successful intervention strategies;
- Understand policies and procedures related to Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Greek Officer Workshop Series
Hosted throughout the semester, the Greek Officer Workshop Series invites different officers from each organization to discuss their particular area and gain new skills to be successful. Topics include:
- Parliamentary Procedure
- Health & Safety / Risk Management
- Sexual Assault / Healthy Relationships
- Budgeting / Finance
- Hazing & New Member Education
Order of Omega
The honor society for Fraternity & Sorority Life, consisting of less than 3% of the community. Applicants must have a 3.28 GPA and display exceptional leadership skills and experience.
Sexual Assault Peer Educators (SAPE)
Our Peer Educators are trained and certified victim advocates, who will facilitate discussions with chapters on rape culture, sexual assault, healthy relationships, and brotherhood/sisterhood as it pertains to this important topic.
Beginning FALL 2019 with the IFC.