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  • Annual Reports | about | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    Order of Omega Chapter Directory How to Join Programs Greek Awards Emerging Leaders Program Greek Fellows Leadership Training ASRT Trick or Treat Resources Greek Life Calendar For Officers For Advisors For Alumni For Parents Forms Applications Anti Hazing Resources Greek Life Newsletters Maintenance Request Home about Annual Reports Annual Reports 2007 2008 Annual Report 2008 2009 Annual Report 2009 2010 Annual Report 2010 2011 Annual Report 2011 2012 Annual Report

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  • Greek Facility Management Program | about | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    six students each These six students are typically the top Executive Officers for each chapter Students must apply for authorization to live in Greek housing For more information about the housing selection process visit http www vanderbilt edu ResEd main housing assignments Greek Facility Management Program During the spring of 2002 the Interfraternity Council worked with Vanderbilt University to create a new model for housing the Greek Facilities Management Program This program signifies a new partnership between the IFC fraternities and Vanderbilt It outlines a cutting edge facility management model that links the fraternity system and Vanderbilt University closer than ever before The Interfraternity Council voted unanimously to support this program The Greek Facility Management Guidelines provides a framework for this new housing program Greek Facility Management Program Rates for 2015 2016 Resident Fee Residents will pay 4 784 semester through their student account Greek Facility Management Fee Non residents pay 322 semester through their student account Services Received by Fraternities Housekeeping services Routine Maintenance Utilities including gas water and electric Telephones Grounds including all lawn maintenance EMS Monitoring of hard wired smoke detectors installed by the University Utility Rounds Property Insurance Liability Insurance In addition fraternities and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority get 1 500 resident plus 60 per non resident into an on campus account that is used to Repay Loans Repay Debt Immediate House Improvements Future Renovations Members in Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Tau Omega and Sigma Chi pay an extra 50 semester for the Greek Renewal Project Sigma Nu pays an additional 65 Phi Kappa Psi pays an additional 75 Beta Theta Pi and Zeta Beta Tau members pay an extra 100 semester Sigma Alpha Epsilon pays and additional 125 semester This money is deposited directly into their on campus account Outcomes of the Greek Facility Management

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  • Our Office | about | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    of South Carolina where he held an assistantship in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life James currently works with the Vanderbilt IFC supervises a graduate assistant and serves on several Dean of Students committees James is also involved within the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors AFA as a Graduate Programs Committee volunteer AFA Program Review Team volunteer serves as a Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Critical Conversations Facilitator and many other roles Karen Seezen Administrative Assistant Karen has worked in the Office of Greek Life since September of 1997 Although her time at Vanderbilt has always been in Greek Life her job has never been stagnant or boring as she has had several supervisors worked with many Graduate Assistants and has occupied a variety of office spaces Of course ever changing Council and chapter officers have also lent much variety and interest to her worklife Before coming to Vanderbilt Karen worked at the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation in Brentwood and the Phi Mu Foundation in Atlanta Prior to that she was a stay at home Mom and community volunteer She has 3 sons 3 grandsons and 2 granddaughters who bring her great joy She lives with her husband her mother and their Westie Riley Pictures of all are available on request Anna Flagg Graduate Assistant Anna Flagg is a first year HEA graduate student from Dallas Texas She graduated from Baylor University sic em with a BBA in Human Resource Management and Journalism Prior to coming to Vanderbilt she worked as a HR consultant For fun Anna enjoys live music good food and traveling Kendall Hook Graduate Assistant Kendall is pursuing her M Ed in Higher Education Administration at Peabody with an expected graduation of May 2016 Her concentration is in International Education and her interests include study abroad

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  • Contact Us | about | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    Life Calendar For Officers For Advisors For Alumni For Parents Forms Applications Anti Hazing Resources Greek Life Newsletters Maintenance Request Home about Contact Us Contact Us Should you have any questions concerns or if you would like more information about Greek Life at Vanderbilt University please contact us Email Greek Life Phone 615 322 2048 Fax 615 343 8081 greeklife vanderbilt edu Sarratt Student Center Suite 207 Mailing address Office

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  • Greek Member Experience | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    of a fraternity or sorority comes with high expectations of engagement and personal development This program will replace the VU Fraternity Standards Program focusing on individual member development and accountability along with an improved tracking system to ease the documentation process for chapter leaders Minimum Chapter Expectations 80 of chapter members complete Campus Involvement track 3 items required 80 of chapter members complete Community Impact track 3 items required 1 of which must be 15 hours of community service Click here for instructions on how to log approve community service 80 of chapter members complete Diversity Inclusion track 3 items required 80 of members complete Faculty Engagement track 2 item required 80 of chapter members complete Healthy Behaviors track 3 items required 80 of chapter members complete Personal Development track 2 items required Chapter meets or exceeds a 3 0 chapter Grade Point Average for both fall and spring semesters Chapter has an active alumni ae advisory board or graduate chapter advisor s Chapter maintains an active internal judicial standards board that holds members accountable and members of that board are trained annually by the Office of Student Accountability Chapter hosts at least one event for with alumni ae each year Chapter communicates with alumni ae via newsletters email websites or other useful means at least twice each year Chapter plans and executes at least six non alcoholic brotherhood sisterhood events each year that are registered and tracked in Anchor Link Chapter is not charged with and found responsible for any violation of local state and federal laws Vanderbilt policies or governing council and respective national organization risk management policies Chapter is not charged with and found responsible for any violations for new member education or hazing policies Chapter participates in all leadership opportunities afforded by their national organization where

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  • The Greek Member Experience Tracks | Greek Member Experience | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    events campus wide community service philanthropic events ASB Manna KickOff Cook Off Lights on the Lawn Greeks Athletes Trick or Treat MLK service weekend projects All members must complete 15 hours of community service as 1 of these experiences which must be documented through Anchor Link These service hours can be sponsored by the chapter or elsewhere on campus in Nashville All service hours must be direct service not philanthropy participation i e chapter members volunteering at soup kitchen local school Track Six Faculty Engagement Each member is expected to complete at least 3 experiences Examples of experiences that would fulfill this expectation Commons programs Warren Moore programs chapter sponsored faculty events the Crawford Lecture MLK Day Teach Ins participation in house council college hall council Mayfield and McTyeire participants chapter sponsored faculty relations events i e chapter hosts a faculty brunch to give out academic awards Documentation Tracking All experiences that are a part of The Greek Member Experience will be visible to each individual member when they log in to Anchor Link As members attend events or programs their progress is displayed to them within Anchor Link A member can track their progress at any time by logging into the system The chapter president will receive a report each month of the progress of all members towards completion of the tracks There will be a designated page on the Greek Life website that outlines all events and programs that are a part of the Greek Member Experience curriculum along with a bi weekly email blast to all members about the upcoming events The webpage will also include a leaderboard recognizing individual and chapter progress In order for another student organization office to host an event that would be a part of this program the event will need to be in Anchor Link by August 1st for the Fall semester and December 1st for the Spring semester All elements of the curriculum are pre approved by the Office of Greek Life and must include diligent tracking of participants Chapters will be able to add a limited number of chapter specific events throughout the year in the Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion and Faculty Engagement tracks Chapter Leader Responsibility This approach shifts the role of chapter leaders from collecting and managing lots of data to a strategic planner collaborator and promoter for purposeful activities for their members This system allows the Greek community to be a better collaborator with other organizations on campus capitalizing on great programming that other organizations are doing instead of forcing chapters to put on programs simply to meet a standard This approach emphasizes personal accountability and choice for individual Greek members in shaping their experience to best suit their needs instead of a one size fits all programming method In order for the chapter members to achieve their expected participation in each track chapter leaders will promote The Greek Member Experience events being hosted on campus as well as plan and execute some chapter specific events

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  • meet-the-greeks | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    The Greeks Meet The Greeks Welcome Commodores The Vanderbilt Greek community is proud of its history and equally excited about the future Our fraternities and sororities are full of men and women who will contribute to our organizations the campus and the Nashville community Despite what you may hear or see on television Greek Life is more than just a party scene It is a balance of scholarship service social and sisterhood brotherhood Greeks at Vanderbilt consistently achieve higher academic standings than our peers and participate in a variety of other campus organizations and events We invite you to learn more about our three councils and their member organizations The leadership philanthropic and service opportunities that fraternities and sororities provide both on campus and within the Nashville area can not go unnoticed Many of the leadership positions on campus are held by Greeks Fraternity and sorority members at Vanderbilt donated over 400 000 to charitable organizations last year and participated in over 65 000 hours of community service National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC Interfraternity Council IFC Panhellenic Council Panhellenic Meet our Greeks Interested in learning more about the Vanderbilt Greek Community Please click the image above to view the digital

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  • National Pan-Hellenic Council | meet-the-greeks | Greek Life | Vanderbilt University
    the public interest This year the chapter invited over 80 members of the Fraternity s flagship Guide Right program Kappa League from around the country to Vanderbilt to discuss the importance of education and hard work Because the Nu Rho Chapter places a high value on education the brothers worked to raise money for the Piney Woods School of Mississippi The chapter also initiated a new service program with the Robert Churchwell Academy The brothers of Nu Rho are proud to celebrate the achievements of its members The chapter gained seven new brothers across both the Fall and Spring semesters Three brothers have graduated and will use the life lessons that they have learned as members of The Nu Rho Chapter as they go on to achieve in the fields of education professional football and graduate school Nickname Kappas or Nupes Founded January 5 1911 Indiana University Local Chapter Founded Nu Rho February 25 1989 Number of Chapters 357 Colors Crimson and Cream Philanthropy Habitat 4 Humanity Guide Right Kappa Leadership League Pineywood Signature Events Kappa Bedtime Stories Women s Appreciation Kappa Splash National Website www kappalphapsi1911 com Local Website http www nuehonupes com Contact Information Denzel Washington President Ladarius Banks Social Chair Mailing Address PMB 350094 2301 Vanderbilt Place Nashville TN 37235 0094 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc Founded on November 17 1911 at Howard University in Washington D C Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc is the first international fraternal organization to be founded on the campus of a historically black college Our motto is Friendship is Essential to the Soul The Theta Beta Chapter was chartered on March 1 1971 by twelve undergraduate students making us the first historically African American fraternity here at Vanderbilt University Theta Beta continues to produce strong Men of Omega geared towards upholding the Fraternity s cardinal principles of Manhood Scholarship Perseverance and Uplift The progressive thinking of our Founders the late Edgar A Love Oscar J Cooper Frank Coleman and Ernest E Just inspires the men of Theta Beta continue to serve on campus through academic excellence and community initiative Nickname Ques Founded November 17 1911 Local Chapter Founded Theta Beta on March 1 1971 Colors Royal Purple Old Gold Flower White Carnation Public Motto Friendship is Essential to the Soul Philanthropy NAACP Signature Events Que Delta BBQ Annual Talent Show Annual Omega Week Things We re Proud of First African American Greek Lettered organization on the campus of Vanderbilt University National Website www oppf org Local Website Contact Information Jacob Sealand President Marion Bell Social chair Jay Woods Community Service Chair Mailing Address PMB 351522 2301 Vanderbilt Pl Nashville TN 37235 1522 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc 2014 marks a monumental year for Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc as we celebrate our Centennial 100 years ago three young African American male students founded Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity at Howard University in Washington D C on January 9 1914 The Founders Honorable A Langston Taylor Honorable Leonard F Morse and Honorable Charles

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