Fraternity & Sorority Conduct Board

The Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board was established to make determinations regarding alleged violations of the Code of Fraternity and Sorority Conduct.

Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board Membership

Membership of the Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board will be composed of up to one (1) representative from each recognized Panhellenic womens fraternity/sorority, up to one (1) representative from each recognized Interfraternity Council fraternity, and up to one (1) representative from each recognized National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternity/sorority at Appalachian State University.

No fraternity or sorority shall have more than one (1) member on the Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board. Membership on the Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board will be for one (1) calendar year. Those members wishing to serve another term must reapply for consideration of membership. No person shall serve more than two (2) consecutive calendar years on the Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board.

The co-chairs of the Board will be the Vice President of Conduct from the Panhellenic Council, the Vice President of Standards from the Interfraternity Council and the Vice President of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The term of office for the Co-Chairs will be one calendar (1) year or less in accordance with the defined election cycle of each respective Council.

All members of the Fraternity and Sorority Conduct Board shall be full-time undergraduate students in good standing with the University and their organization with a grade point average of 3.0 or above.


 

Precedence of the Code of Fraternity and Sorority Conduct
The Code of Fraternity and Sorority Conduct is the primary policy statement governing fraternity/sorority organizational conduct and fraternity/sorority organizational discipline.

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