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Interfraternity Council – Greek Leadership Summit

The Interfraternity Council used day two of Greek Leadership Summit as a Risk Summit that discussed issues relevant to their council. They began with an overview of the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life and set ground rules for the day. After, Amanda Samsel from Student Conduct and Community Standards joined them and presented an overview of the conduct process, explained the amnesty policy in relation to organizations, and told them about resources available to them. Next, Rebecca Juarez from the Center for Health Education and Wellness led a conversation about prevention and planning principles, bystander intervention, problem identification, and consent. The students spend the rest of the day learning about self-governance and accountability, community problem solving, and wrapped up with a recruitment meeting.

 

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