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  • Interfraternity Council (IFC) | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Workshops Health and Wellness Leadership and Service SJSU Support Spartan Success Portal Online Workshops Leadership Development Administration Leadership Consultations Leadership Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Interfraternity Council IFC Interfraternity Council IFC MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Delta Upsilon Fraternity Kappa Sigma Fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Sigma Chi Fraternity Sigma Nu Fraternity Theta Chi Fraternity Interfraternity Council National Pan Hellenic Council Panhellenic Council United Sorority and Fraternity Council Affiliate Groups Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups About the Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council IFC is the coordinating and governing body for the men s general interest social fraternities recognized at San José State University Follow IFC on Facebook Twitter and Instagram 2015 Leadership President Previn Wong ΒΘΠ Executive Vice President Adi Mairal ΘΧ VP Communication Luis Schubert ΔΥ VP Risk Management Joseph Howder ΣΧ VP Finance Vybhav Kandadai ΠΚΑ VP Membership Recruitment Aidan Reed ΑΤΩ VP Programming Eric Huynh ΒΘΠ VP Philanthropy Jobel Cabiting ΑΤΩ VP Scholarship Kyle Dormody ΒΘΠ VP

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/groups/ifc/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc Celebrating African American Pioneers Interfraternity Council National Pan Hellenic Council Panhellenic Council United Sorority and Fraternity Council Affiliate Groups Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups About the National Pan Hellenic Council The National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC is the coordinating body for the historically african american fraternities and sororities at San José State University Nationally NPHC is comprised of nine organizations 5 fraternities and 4 sororities and is known as the Divine Nine SJSU currently has seven chapters with a total average membership 2012 of 34 men and women and one fraternity having a house near campus NPHC promotes interaction through forums meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions The NPHC and Student Involvement are proud to present the Celebrating African American Pioneers poster series Please follow this link to learn more 2015 Leadership President

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/groups/nphc/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Panhellenic Council (PHC) | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Panhellenic Council PHC Panhellenic Council PHC MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Alpha Omicron Pi Women s Fraternity Alpha Phi Women s Fraternity Alpha Xi Delta Women s Fraternity Delta Gamma Women s Fraternity Delta Zeta Sorority Kappa Delta Sorority Interfraternity Council National Pan Hellenic Council Panhellenic Council United Sorority and Fraternity Council Affiliate Groups Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups About the Panhellenic Council Panhellenic Council PHC is the governing body of the general interest social women s fraternities and sororities at San José State University Nationally there are 26 Panhellenic organizations and at SJSU we have six thriving chapters with a total membership of over 600 women All chapters have houses near campus We are proud to provide opportunities for sisterhood leadership growth academic success and community involvement Panhellenic chapters are always looking for interested potential members Members of our chapters can expect to find a home away from home at San José State University as well as a close knit group of friends bound together by the ties of sisterhood and a common purpose Check out the SJSU Panhellenic website and follow Panhellenic on Facebook Twitter and Instagram Learn more about Panhellenic sorority life Parents visit our resource page designed especially for you 2015 Leadership

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/groups/panhellenic/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Council USFC MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority Inc Alpha Kappa Omega Fraternity Inc Alpha Kappa Omicron Sorority Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity Inc Lambda Sigma Gamma Sorority Inc Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Inc Lambda Theta Nu Sorority Inc Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity Inc Pi Alpha Phi Fraternity Sigma Alpha Zeta Multicultural Sorority Inc Sigma Delta Alpha Fraternity Inc Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Inc Sigma Omega Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc Sigma Omicron Pi Sorority Sigma Pi Alpha Sorority Inc Sigma Theta Psi Multicultural Sorority Zeta Chi Epsilon Fraternity Interfraternity Council National Pan Hellenic Council Panhellenic Council United Sorority and Fraternity Council Affiliate Groups Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups About the United Sorority and Fraternity Council The United Sorority and Fraternity Council USFC at San José State University was established in 2003 and is the coordinating body for the eighteen local regional or national cultural interest fraternities and sororities USFC has a total average membership 2012 of 268 men and women Because the chapters are based on special interests recruitment is based on the existence of each organization s unique core values The recruitment process is decentralized meaning that each chapter decides when they would like to welcome new members While most groups recruit in fall and spring not all groups do You can meet our members throughout the campus and each chapter generally has information tables during the first weeks of school called recruitment or Rush Week You can also look for the USFC table to find out information about all of our groups Interested in more information Email us at usfc intake sjsu gmail com Annually our council hosts Salsa

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/groups/usfc/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Fraternity & Sorority Community Toolkit | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Toolkit Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life History of Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternity and Sorority Governing Councils Chapters and Affiliates Join One of Our Chapters Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Expansion How Can Parents or Family Members Support Interested Students What Should Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Know About Our Community Fraternity Sorority Life Signature Programs Student Organization Conduct Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit Standards of Excellence Meet the Team Staff Resources for Chapter Leaders Advisors All chapters must adhere to the following schedule to ensure accurate academic and membership rosters Changes will be accepted on a case by case basis Chapters who have not submitted all recognition forms and all components of New Member forms on or before February 19 2016 will not be recognized by San José State University for that semester Spring 2016 Recruitment Intake Dates Substance Free Begins 01 22 16 President s Collaborative 02 01 16 at 4 00 pm Substance Free Can End 02 12 16 First Day to Begin Recruitment Intake 01 28 16 First Day to Invite 01 28 16 ongoing New Member Paperwork Deadline 02 19 16 ongoing as needed General Forms Greek Chapter Officer Roster Form Fall 2016 Deadline TBA Spring 2016 Deadline June 1 2016 Mid Term Grade Checks PDF Recruitment Forms Intent to Participate in Recruitment Intake Activities Fall 2016 Deadline TBA Spring 2016 Deadline January 29 2016 Intent to Initiate Cross Deadline At least 72 hours prior to the first initiation crossing activity Initiation Crossing Report Form Deadline Within 72 hours of completing initiation activities Substance Free Recruitment Waiver Form Deadline At least 5 business days before the event Active Roster Forms Active Member Return to Active Status PDF Active Member Removal Inactivity Fall 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/toolkit/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Order of Omega | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    later to accept a position at the University of Pittsburgh He was also responsible for the founding of the Omega Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh in the spring of 1964 The original constitution was approved by the Organizations Committee at the University of Miami on April 14 1959 the recognized founding date The first member class was initiated the following fall The Chapter of Miami had long desired for their organization to expand to other colleges and universities The Chapter gave its sanction to Dean Patrick W Halloran to make initial inquiries and to further grant charters to universities that were accredited and interested in the purpose of The Order of Omega On February 9 1967 a Chapter was chartered at the University of Southern Mississippi The Order of Omega voted to become a co ed organization in the spring of 1977 There are now over five hundred chapters in the United States and Canada with approximately ten new chapters being chartered each year Considering the age of the American college fraternity the active honorary concept was long overdue There must continue to be a common means by which the most outstanding fraternity men and women can stand united to further the philosophy of the college fraternity Chapter Information Designation Beta Omega Chapter Presidents Currently inactive Websites National Active Members 25 SJSU Founding April 25 1979 National Founding April 14 1959 at the University of Miami in Miami FL Purpose To RECOGNIZE those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities to ENCOURAGE them to continue along this line and to INSPIRE others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment To UNITE outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs To BRING TOGETHER members of the faculty alumni and student members of the institution s fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest understanding and helpfulness To help CREATE an atmosphere where ideas and issues can be discussed openly across Greek lines and to help work out solutions Position Statements WHEREAS The Order of Omega serves to recognize outstanding leadership in fraternity and sorority systems on college and university campuses and WHEREAS the recognized leadership serves to promote fraternity and sorority life on campuses and WHEREAS outstanding leadership requires being a role model for fraternity and sorority chapter leaders and members therefore BE IT RESOLVED that Order of Omega Chapter members adopt and promote the following position statements with their campus Order of Omega chapter Greek governing bodies and individual fraternity and sorority chapters Resolution on Human Decency WHEREAS Harassment based upon gender race sexual orientation religion or national origin is inappropriate insensitive and sometimes violent and WHEREAS this type of human interaction is contrary to the principles of the Order of Omega and fraternities and sororities and WHEREAS such human interaction is reportedly practiced by some collegians and WHEREAS this type of

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/omega/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Fraternity & Sorority Life Signature Programs | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Join One of Our Chapters Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Expansion How Can Parents or Family Members Support Interested Students What Should Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Know About Our Community Fraternity Sorority Life Signature Programs Student Organization Conduct Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit Standards of Excellence Meet the Team Staff Our Values United in the values of family academics service and leadership fraternities and sororities build leaders for a better world Make friends make a difference and make memories At the heart of Student Involvement s support for the fraternity and sorority community are signature programs that support the aforementioned values Greek Awards SJSU is home to a vibrant and diverse fraternity and sorority community Members leaders and chapters as a whole accomplish many things during the course of an academic year Every year the community and staff of Student Involvement come together to celebrate the contributions of the fraternity and sorority community Program chapter individual member and leader awards are given at the annual Fraternal Values Awards in mid May The 2014 Fraternal Values Awards will be held on April 7 2015 but make sure to nominate for any and all categories before March 13 2015 Follow this link for a complete list of awards recipients Interested in applying Check out the links below Alumni of the Year Chapter Advisor of the Year Emerging Fraternity and Sorority Leader of the Year Faculty Advisor of the Year Fraternity Man of the Year and Sorority Woman of the Year Fraternity Senior Man of the Year Sorority Senior Woman of the Year Other awards given at Fraternal Values Awards include Chapter of the Year and special academic recognition Make sure to check back for the details of when Greek Awards will be held Fraternal Values Summit Strengthening the fraternity and sorority community this intensive

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/programs/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Standards of Excellence | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Wellness Leadership and Service SJSU Support Spartan Success Portal Online Workshops Leadership Development Administration Leadership Consultations Leadership Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Standards of Excellence Standards of Excellence MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life History of Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternity and Sorority Governing Councils Chapters and Affiliates Join One of Our Chapters Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Expansion How Can Parents or Family Members Support Interested Students What Should Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Know About Our Community Fraternity Sorority Life Signature Programs Student Organization Conduct Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit Standards of Excellence Meet the Team Staff Relevant Paperwork 2015 Standards of Excellence Packet PDF Philanthropy Service Program Report Form PDF Social Educational Program Report Form PDF Scorer Point Summary Sheet PDF Standards of Excellence submissions for the 2015 year are due Friday March 4 2016 at 5pm Welcome San José State University SJSU seeks to recognize and foster relationships with those Greek letter organizations that contribute positively to the community and the academic mission of SJSU The Standards of Excellence have been designed to indicate what San José State University expects from each chapter In addition the standards show what sets fraternities and sororities apart from other student organizations It is required that each chapter

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