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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - FSC: Fraternity and Sorority Council
    Career Fair Graduate School Fair Part Time Job Fair SICC Events Calendar Outdoor Events Activities Board SLAB Join SLAB Meet SLAB Student Life Events Center Operating Policies Facility Reservations Rental Rates Decoration Policies Food and Beverages Vendor Program How to Participate Policies Resource Library Majors Careers By Industry Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp FSC Fraternity and Sorority Council The Fraternity Sorority Council FSC was founded in 1985 as an umbrella organization for all recognized Greek organizations The FSC is the face of and governing system for the fraternities and sororities here on campus and is committed to finding ways in which the FSC can engage with the entire campus community on issues of importance and concern This council comprised of Greek lettered organizations contributes to the educational and personal development of its members and enhances the quality of membership by providing community service programs leadership opportunities dignified and purposeful recreational and social activities Membership Membership shall be open to Greek lettered organizations and organizations

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/fsc.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - How to Join a Greek Organization
    Accounts Fundraising Student Life Partnership Fund Event Planning Advisors Greek Life Greek Organizations Fraternity and Sorority Council How to Join Hazing Alternatives To Hazing Colonization Greek Letters Greek Terms Events Programs Leadership Symposium Workshops Career Fair Graduate School Fair Part Time Job Fair SICC Events Calendar Outdoor Events Activities Board SLAB Join SLAB Meet SLAB Student Life Events Center Operating Policies Facility Reservations Rental Rates Decoration Policies Food and Beverages Vendor Program How to Participate Policies Resource Library Majors Careers By Industry Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp How to Join a Greek Organization Most Greek organizations recruit through a new member recruitment process at the beginning of each semester This period includes a sequence of events that sometimes includes a mixer social events a professional event community service and alumni panels sponsored by a fraternity or sorority for prospective members prior to offering a bid to a potential new member The recruitment intake process gives perspective members a chance to learn more about the

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/joingreek.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Hazing
    San Francisco State University have expressly and repeatedly asserted their opposition to hazing and pre initiation activities which do not contribute to the positive development and welfare of new members Whether on or off campus planned or spontaneous California law makes it a criminal offense for anyone to participate in hazing Students are entitled to be treated with consideration and respect No individual shall perform an act that is likely to cause physical psychological or social harm to any other person within the University community on or off campus The following actions are expressly forbidden Physical abuse commonly known as hazing including but not limited to paddling slapping kicking choking scratching and exposure to extreme water temperatures i e cold or hot showers Excessive mental stress including but not limited to placing of prospective members of a group or organization in ambiguous situations which lead to confusion and emotional stress Verbal abuse including but not limited to shouting screaming or use of derogatory profane or obscene language Defining Hazing and Consequences SEC 3 245 6 This section shall be known and may be cited as Matt s Law in memory of Matthew William Carrington who died on February 2 2005 as a result of hazing As used in this section hazing or haze is conduct which causes or is likely to cause bodily danger physical harm or personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to another person in the course of the other person s preinitiation into initiation into affiliation with holding office in or maintaining membership in any organization The terms hazing or haze do not include customary athletic fire department police department military or quasi military training conditioning or similar events or activities Any person who hazes or conspires to participate in hazing is guilty

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/hazing.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Alternatives To Hazing
    other organizations as well Sometimes organizations who haze new members are confused about how to change these practices There are many creative ways to change from a hazing to a non hazing organization The following are some specific examples of ways to eliminate hazing and make membership a challenging but positive experience Note In Greek letter organizations the very term pledge is often equated with hazing practices Many national organizations have sought to eliminate this term in order to foster more positive attitudes toward the new members Some substitute terms include associate members and new members When organizations are challenged to eliminate hazing practices some members are often resistant to this change In many cases those who are most vocal against eliminating hazing are those who are bitter and angry about the hazing that they themselves endured but don t admit this publicly and expect that others should be abused in order to gain true membership in the group You will also find that some of these folks are likely to be bullies of the group people who enjoy a power trip at the expense of someone else Of course if you try to eliminate hazing in your organization you will likely encounter many elaborate reasons for why this will be devastating for your group While there will be some staunch supporters of the status quo there will be many who can be convinced of the negative effects and potential risks of hazing Believers in the supposed benefits of hazing may be more likely to change their opinion if they can envision some alternatives The supposed benefits of hazing follow in bold with non hazing alternatives to accomplish the same goal listed alongside FOSTER UNITY Have the members of your group organization work together on a community service project Visit

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/alternativestohazing.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Colonization
    Symposium Workshops Career Fair Graduate School Fair Part Time Job Fair SICC Events Calendar Outdoor Events Activities Board SLAB Join SLAB Meet SLAB Student Life Events Center Operating Policies Facility Reservations Rental Rates Decoration Policies Food and Beverages Vendor Program How to Participate Policies Resource Library Majors Careers By Industry Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp Colonization Participate in all Fraternity Sorority Council FSC meetings and events Complete all FSC requirements Provide Student Involvement Career Center SICC copies of the national colonization process for the petitioning organization if applicable Provide SICC copies of national and or local constitutions by laws Constitution and or by laws must demonstrate long term sustainability Meet with SICC Greek advisor twice a semester or until process is complete Must have a total of eight 8 members to charter and demonstrate sustainability Attend SICC orientation to provide basic information regarding University policies and procedures for new officers Attend anti hazing workshop to provide up to date information regarding hazing policy and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/colonization.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Greek Letters
    To Hazing Colonization Greek Letters Greek Terms Events Programs Leadership Symposium Workshops Career Fair Graduate School Fair Part Time Job Fair SICC Events Calendar Outdoor Events Activities Board SLAB Join SLAB Meet SLAB Student Life Events Center Operating Policies Facility Reservations Rental Rates Decoration Policies Food and Beverages Vendor Program How to Participate Policies Resource Library Majors Careers By Industry Area By College Major For Family Members For International Students For Veterans Leadership Resources General Career Links Faculty Staff GatorJOBS for Faculty Staff Classroom Presentations Organization Advisors SICC Events Conduct Policies Employer Recruiting Policies About Us Staff Directory Quick Links GatorJOBS for Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update June 9 2014 cp Greek Letters Α α ALPHA AL fuh First letter of the Greek alphabet Β β BETA BAY tuh Γ γ GAMMA GAM uh Δ δ DELTA DEL tuh Ε ε EPSILON EP sil on The second form of the lower case epsilon is used as the set membership symbol Ζ ζ ZETA ZAY tuh Η η ETA AY tuh Θ θ THETA THAY tuh Ι ι IOTA eye OH tuh Κ κ KAPPA KAP uh Λ λ LAMBDA LAM duh Μ μ MU MYOO Ν ν NU NOO Ξ ξ XI KS EYE Ο ο OMICRON OM i KRON

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/greekletters.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Greek Terms
    a local chapter City Wide Typically refers to chapters whose members span more the one particular campus to make up one complete chapter Closed Relations A period of time when conversations and contact between potential new members and fraternity active members and alumni are strictly limited by the recruitment guidelines Colony A student organization in the final stage before being installed as a charted chapter of a nationally affiliated organization Community Service A donation of time and or service given to the surrounding community by an organization not to be looked at as charity but rather a joint communal effort with the community and the organization Frat Short for fraternity or a reference to ones fraternity brother typical of NPHC members Fraternity The name applied to all Greek letter organizations Informally this name applies to men s groups while women s organizations may be sororities or female fraternities Greeks Members of a Greek letter fraternity or sorority Greek Week An annual celebration sometimes bi annual in which chapters participate in educational social and service events It is a time for all Greek organizations to unify Hazing Any willful act or practice by a member or associate member directed against a member or associate member which with or without intent is likely to cause bodily harm or danger offensive punishment or disturbing pain compromise the person s dignity cause embarrassment or shame in public cause the person to be the object of malicious amusement or ridicule cause psychological harm or substantial emotional strain and impair academic efforts In addition hazing is any requirement by a member or new member which compels a member or new member to participate in any activity that is illegal is contrary to a member s or new member s moral or religious beliefs or is contrary to the rules and regulations of the fraternity institution of learning and civil authorities Please visit hazing law and policy for more information Inactive Member An individual is still a member of the organization but is denoted as inactive to designate that they no longer participate in the day to day activities of the fraternity or sorority This status usually has a time limit of 1 academic year or less Initiation The formal ceremony that brings a new member into full Greek membership Each chapter has a different set of requirements that must be met in order to be initiated Intake The process by which NPHC chapters recruit inform and initiate new members Interest Someone who is interested in a particular organization Local Chapter Local a Greek letter group which exists on a campus but which has no affiliation with a national Greek organization Legacy Someone whose mother father sister brother grandmother or grandfather is an initiated member of a Greek organization Line The new member class of a NPHC chapter Little Short for little sister or little brother a newer member who is mentored by an older member of the organization Nationals Reference to the national headquarters and or

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/greekterms.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement and Career Center - Leadership Symposium
    Students GatorJOBS for Employers OrgSync Login SICC Facebook SICC Twitter Student Life Calendar Additional Resources links to helpful websites Select a Link Select a Link Dean of Students Campus Recreation Office of Student Conduct Residential Life Associated Students Inc Cesar Chavez Student Center Student Affairs Enrollment Management Search Student Involvement Career Center Search Student Involvement Career Center Contact Hours Monday through Friday 8 a m 5 p m Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 6150 Email sicc sfsu edu Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 206 Last Update September 14 2015 cp Leadership Symposium What is the Leadership Symposium This event is an opportunity for SF State leaders to connect with each other build partnerships and develop leadership skills This event is a free campus wide conference style program open to all SF State students regardless of any prior leadership experience When is the Leadership Symposium The 9th Annual Leadership Symposium will be held on Saturday September 10 2016 The day will begin with registration at 8 45 a m and will conclude at 3 30 p m Student Organizations Every student organization seeking University recognition for the 2016 2017 academic year must be represented at the Symposium It is recommended that the president and financial officer attend but any officer or member from an organization can attend to meet the requirement Registration The registration form for the 9th Annual Leadership Symposium 2016 will open at 8 00 a m on Monday August 15 2016 and will close at 8 00 a m on Friday September 09 2015 Click here to register for the Leadership Symposium Leadership Symposium 2015 Schedule Time Event Location 08 45 a m Registration and Networking Student Life Events Center Annex I 09 30 a m Welcome Introductions and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sicc/symposium.html (2016-02-13)
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