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IFC Chapters

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Chapter Name National Founding UT Founding Chapter GPA Standing at UT
Alpha Epsilon Pi 1913 1949 3.39 Good Standing
Alpha Gamma Rho 1904 1951 3.15 Disciplinary Probation
Alpha Tau Omega 1865 1872 2.69 Good Standing
Beta Theta Pi 1839 1967 2.93 Disciplinary Probation
Chi Phi 1824 1969 2.93 Social Probation until 5/31/2018
Delta Kappa Epsilon 1844 2013 N/A Good Standing
Delta Tau Delta 1858 1924 3.12 Good Standing
FarmHouse 1905 1959 2.71 Good Standing
Kappa Alpha Order 1865 1883 3.29 Disciplinary Probation until 5/31/2018
Kappa Sigma 1869 1880 3.25 Good Standing
Phi Delta Theta 1848 1963 2.69 Disciplinary Probation until 9/15/18
Phi Gamma Delta 1848 1890 N/A Disciplinary Probation until 12/31/18
Phi Kappa Psi 1852 1967 3.04 Disciplinary Probation
Pi Kappa Alpha 1868 1874 3.09 Good Standing
Pi Kappa Phi 1904 1931 N/A Good Standing
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1856 1879 3.12 Good Standing
Sigma Nu 1869 1921 2.96 Disciplinary Probation until 5/31/2018
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1901 1913 3.06 Social Probation until 5/31/2018

*Chapter GPA based on Spring 2017

**Student Organization Probationary Statuses

  • Disciplinary Probation means that a student organization is permitted to retain University registration on a probationary status. Violation of the Standards of Conduct during the probationary period could result in more serious penalties including revocation of University registration.
  • Social Probation prohibits a student organization from sponsoring or participating in specified social activities. While on social probation, a student organization may not host social events (e.g., mixers, date parties, formals, and band parties) or participate in University-affiliated activities (e.g., Homecoming, All Sing, Carnicus, intramurals). Any exceptions to social probation must be approved, in advance, by the Vice Chancellor for Student Life or his/her designee. Violation of the Standards of Conduct during the social probationary period could result in more serious penalties including revocation of University registration.
  • Deferred Suspension is the strictest form of probation for an organization. It is a designated period of time during which a student organization, while continuing to be active, is given an opportunity to demonstrate the ability to abide by the Standards of Conduct. A student organization may be placed on Deferred Suspension for serious misconduct or in the case of repeated misconduct. If the student organization is found responsible for any additional violation(s) of the Standards of Conduct while the organization is on Deferred Suspension, then the sanction of Suspension will be the minimum sanction that will be imposed in a Formal Hearing on the subsequent misconduct. Student organizations who are placed on Deferred Suspension are also generally given developmental sanctions.

 

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