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Health and Safety Summit

We believe in the capacity of our students to provide safe and meaningful experiences for our community and their guests. The objectives of the Health and Safety Summit (fall and spring) is to equip organization leadership with tools and skills focused around prevention models, problem identification, response, self-reporting, accountability, and social event management strategies.

The Office of Sorority & Fraternity Life is continually utilizing the best resources, partners, and content experts to develop and provide unparalleled programs for the members of our community.

Let Us Know You’re Coming! 

Registration is Closed. 

For any questions, please contact your council advisor.

Who Has To Be There?

While not every chapter may have these specific officer positions, we ask that the individuals that are most aligned with these positions attend.  Please contact your council advisor for questions regarding substitutions or questions about who should attend.

  • Chapters under 50 members: 1-3 representatives
  • Chapters with 50 or more members: at least 4 representatives
  • Do not send new members
  • Do send individuals in your chapter who are in roles that would benefit from learning about topics like healthy relationships, mental health, body image/eating disorders, bystander intervention, conflict resolution, bias education, cultural appropriation, and alcohol/ drug use (ideally they have some kind of position – either committee, director, or executive board

What Do I Need To Know?

Bi-annual Event held in the fall and spring semester

The Spring 2022 Health and Safety Summit will take place on Sunday, February 20th from 10:00am-3:30pm.

What Do We Talk About?

OSFL’s 5 Health and Safety Priorities

  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Hazing
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Mental Health