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Community Conduct History

Suspended Organizations

Suspended Organizations have cases of repeated misconduct and therefore University recognition is revoked. These organizations are now completely inactive.

Chapter Council Suspension End Date
Farmhouse IFC Fall 2020
Kappa Alpha Order IFC Spring 2020
Sigma Alpha Epsilon IFC Spring 2022
Sigma Phi Epsilon IFC Fall 2021
Sigma Pi IFC Spring 2021

Disciplinary Probation

Disciplinary Probation is a written reprimand for violations of specified regulations. Sanctions often consist of education requirements but do not restrict social privileges. Violation of the Standard of Conduct throughout the probationary period could result in more serious sanctions and revocation of University registration.

Chapter Council Probation End Date
Alpha Epsilon Pi IFC 2/3/2020
Alpha Tau Omega IFC 2/1/2019
Beta Sigma Psi IFC 2/11/2019
Beta Theta Pi IFC 2/1/2019
Gamma Phi Beta PHA 9/1/2019
Sigma Chi IFC 12/14/2018

Chapter Conduct History

Fraternities

ACACIA: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 4/7/2018
Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Compliance with sanctions received from their International Headquarters

Date of Incident: 1/19/17
Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  •  Warning
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA presentation
  • Written confirmation of alcohol training, self-report to national HQ and of the inactive status of two students involved
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of incident: Spring of 2014
Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 4: policy compliance

Sanction:

  • University warning
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Alpha Epsilon Pi: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 9/20/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression. Specifically: Violation of the Student Organization Handbook, specifically IFC policies regarding event registration.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation extended until February 3, 2020.
  • Semester Reports
  • Compliance with Previous Sanctions

 

Date of Incident: 9/13/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties. Specifically: Risk management review due August 8, 2018 was not complete.

Sanction:

  • Loss of Privileges

Date of Incident: 8/20/2018 

 

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 4. Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person. Specifically: Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi allegedly threw glass bottles at the back of Zeta Tau Alpha house, thew trash and food food into the backyard of Zeta Tau Alpha, and broke a fence separating the property.
  • 8. Threatening or Intimidating behaviors, written or verbal conduct, that causes reasonable expectation of injury to the health and safety of any person or damage to any property or implied threats or acts that cause a reasonable fear of harm in another.
  • 9. Participating in attempted or actual taking of, damage to, or possession without permission without permission of property of the University or of a member of the University community or of a campus visitor.
  • 13. Disruptive conduct that creates a substantial disruption of University operations including obstruction of teaching, research, administration, and University activities, and/or other authorized non-University activities that occur on campus.
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression. Specifically: Violation of the Student Organization Handbook, specifically IFC policies regarding event registration and hard alcohol being present on chapter property. 
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale, or distribution of alcohol beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University Property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus under the independence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri. Specifically: An underage individual alleged they were served hard alcohol at the Alpha Epsilon Pi house. 

Sanction:

  • Alcohol Event Probation
  • Risk Management Review
  • Alcohol Education
  • Loss of Privileges
  • Monthly meetings
  • Status Report Meeting

Date of Incident: 4/28/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.

Sanction:

  • University Disciplinary Probation until 12/14/18
  • Risk Management Review with IFC Vice President of Risk Management
  • Policy Modification: Alpha Epsilon Pi will be required to properly register all social events 14 days in advance instead of the typical 7 days, until December 14, 2018.

Date of Incident: 3/17/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • $300 IFC fine for IFC policy violation

Date of Incident: 3/5/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/15/17
  • Risk management program
  • Loss of alcohol privileges
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA presentation
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • Specifically: 12. Liquor and serving a minor.

Sanction:

  • University Disciplinary Probation: ending on December 16, 2016.
  • Internal Accountability: Report on fine structure.
  • Review Standard Boards Structure: Work with the Office of Greek Life.
  • Security Measures: Show that measures are being taken.
  • Executive Board: Redefine roles of executive member duties.
  • Sober Monitors: Require sober monitors at all events.
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $250
  • Date of incident: fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies and condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Modify role of members who conduct rounds and submit this to the Office of Student Accountability & Support
  • Discuss chapter risk and accountability at chapter meetings
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Spring of 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 11: Alcohol

Sanction:

  • Loss of alcohol certification until 5/31/15, must meet with OSC prior to reinstating
  • Monthly meetings with FSL until 5/15/15
  • Probation until spring 2015
  • Limit 2 alcohol events fall 2014
  • Limit 2 alcohol events spring 2015
Alpha Gamma Rho: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Alpha Gamma Sigma: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 2/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  •  Disciplinary probation until 12/15/17
  •  Self-imposed sanctions
  • Greeks raising the bar program
  • Social media presentation
  • E-board training
  • Chapter meeting and discussion regarding risk management
  • Alcohol probation 9/30/17
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 9/30/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation effective until end of Spring semester 2017
  • Raising the bar presentation
  • Risk Management policy review
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Sanction:

  • M-Book violation: hazing
  • Disciplinary probation until December 16,2016
  • Monthly FSL meetings
  • New members unable to live in house until spring 2016
  • Venture Out new member program
  • Internal sanctions
  • Judicial processing fee: $100
Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 8/26/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/15/2017
  • Update risk management policy
  • GAMMA alcohol education presentation
  • $250 Judicial processing fee
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-hellenic Council (NPHC)

Alpha Tau Omega: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: Fall Semester 2018 

Violation:

  • Hazing, as defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removed public or private property, for the purpose of initiation admission into, affiliation within, or as a condition for continued membership in a group of organization.  Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy.

Sanction:

  • Compliance with the National Fraternity. The Chapter must work with the National Fraternity to create a written membership education program including specific expectations and requirements of Pledges during their pledge semester, and the sanctions for members who violate Alpha Tau Omega hazing policy. It is expected that this will be finished before the end of the fall 2018 semester.
  • Monthly Meetings with Coordinator in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life.

 

Date of Incident: 1/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/17
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA presentation
  • Risk management presentation
  • Title IX presentation
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: Failing to comply with policies and condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation
  • Required to complete sanctions handed down by nationals
  • Meet monthly with FSL staff until 12/16
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 10: Underage drinking

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Green dot presentation
  • Revise alcohol policy
  • Revise guest policy
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Spring of 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 11: Use or possession of alcoholic beverages

Sanction:

  • University warning
  • Max of 3 alcoholic events during the fall 2014 semester
  • Judicial processing fee: $200
Beta Sigma Psi: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: Fall 2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
    16. Hazing, defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization. Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy. Specifically: The allegations including requiring new members to perform tasks such as cleaning the chapter facility and sober driving. 

Sanction:

  • University Disciplinary Probation
    Monthly Meetings with FSL Staff
  • Hazing Prevention Presentation
  • Revised “Cleaning and Sober Driving Program”

Date of Incident: 8/24/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA alcohol education presentation
  • $250 Judicial processing fee
Beta Theta Pi: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: June 01, 2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties. Specifically, failure to comply with fall semester 2017 sanctions.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation will continue until February 1, 2019
  • Loss of privileges—Beta Theta Pi is prohibited from hosting or participating in any events with or without alcohol with the exception of the following:
    • Chapter meetings and new member meetings—during these meetings a member of the alumni advisory board must be present.
  • Loss of privileges – No alcohol of any kind will be allowed in the chapter facility effective immediately and until the sanctions from the February 2, 2018 decision letter have been completed

Date of Incident: Fall Semester 2017

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 16. Hazing, defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization. Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until February 1, 2019
  • Use the Standard New Member Program identified by the general fraternity
  • Develop and document ongoing education for active members
  • Develop membership expectations for the chapter and include those in a semester education plan
  • Host a ritual review utilizing coaching and preparation assistance from the general fraternity
  • President will attend monthly meetings with Greek Life staff until December 2018

Date of Incident: 6/24/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Self imposed sanctions
  • $250 judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 8/27/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation extended until the end of Fall 2016
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must review Risk Management policies with members
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: 8/27/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation extended until the end of Fall 2016
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must review Risk Management policies with members
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee
Beta Upsilon Chi: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Delta Chi: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 8/25/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations

Sanction:

  • Expectation that new members are educated on University, IFC, and Delta Chi policies

Date of Incident: 12/6/16

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2017
  • Alcohol education program
  • Delta Chi headquarters sanctions
  • FIPG workshop
  • Letter of compliance
  • $250 Judicial processing fee
Delta Kappa Epsilon: Bad Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 8/20/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression. Specifically: Violation of the Student Organization Handbook, specifically IFC policies regarding event registration and hard alcohol being present on chapter property. 
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri. Specifically: Underage individuals alleged drinking at the house on both nights during parties.

Sanction:

  • Official University Warning
  • Alcohol Education Program
  • Self Imposed Sanctions
Delta Sigma Phi: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 8/30/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation:
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 2/1/18
  • Headquarters imposed sanctions
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 1, 4, 11: Hazing, failing to comply with policies and condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until end of spring 2017
  • President and New Member Educator must meet monthly with FSL until December 2016 to update and discuss progress of new member program
  • Submit new member program calendar of events to FSL for approval prior to the start of each new member process
  • Submit a weekly progress report throughout the new member period to alumni, headquarters and FSL
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 1: Hazing

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • New member education program
  • Submit outcome of disciplinary action taken by house for those involved
  • New member educator must meet with FSL 2 times by 9/30/15
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 3, 4 and 11: underage drinking resulting in hospital transportation

Sanction:

  • Alcohol education presentation
  • Underage guest policy
  • Risk management plan – reviewed by advisor
  • Judicial processing fee: $500
Delta Tau Delta: Bad Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 8/22/18

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression. Specifically: Violation of student Organization Handbook, specifically IFC policies. Late Registration of tailgate. 

Sanction:

  • Official University Warning
  • Risk Management Meeting

 

Date of Incident: 8/14/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/15/17
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA alcohol education presentation
  • $250 judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 2/11/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2017
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA presentation
  • IFC peer educators
  • Revised guest policy
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: alcohol overdose – minor

Sanction:

  • Official warning
  • Alcohol management policy
  • Revise guest policy
  • Judicial processing fee: $500
Delta Upsilon: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 9/27/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Temporary Suspension of Organization based on the combination of semester events

Date of Incident: 9/16/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • National Headquarters suspended the chapter following repeated violations on 8/27/16, 9/9- 9/10/16, and 9/16/16 effective 12/6/16 until Fall 2018.
  • Office of Student Conduct issued a decision supporting the national headquarters decision
  • The following areas of education are expected to be part of the colony and ongoing educational efforts:
  • Loss prevention policies and procedures
  • Alcohol education for individual and entire organization
  • Sexual violence prevention
  • Diversity and inclusion

Date of Incident: 8/27/16 & 9/10/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 4. Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Only 1 Alcohol event for the remainder of Fall 2016
  • No more than 3 alcohol events during Spring 2017
  • No alcohol in the chapter house
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must have an educational program with Nationals
  • DU board members must complete book review of “Guyland” by Michael Kimmel
  • President and Risk Manager must attend follow up meeting with Julie Drury in Conduct Office in November 2016
  • $500 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • Specifically: 8. Not complying with police. 14. Name calling

Sanction:

  • Apology Letter: Given to individuals on July 14, 2016.
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies and condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Modify the job description/expectations of the off duty police officers doing security at the chapter house
  • Revise and submit the guest policy to the Office of Student Accountability & Support
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Farmhouse: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 3/15/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 2. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of University documents, records or identification, or knowingly furnishing false information to the University.
  • 4. Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person.
  • 16. Hazing, defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization. Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy.

Sanction:

  • Immediate loss of recognition
  • May seek to be recognized as a student organization effective on or after August 1, 2020, provided that it has complied with the terms stated in the letter from Christian Wiggins, Chief Executive Officer of FarmHouse Fraternity, dated March 19, 2018.

Date of Incident: 8/21/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/15/18
  • Self imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA alcohol education presentation
  • $250 judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 8/28/16 & 9/8/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Only 1 alcohol event for the remainder of Fall 2016
  • No more than 3 alcohol events during Spring 2017
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must meet with Greek Life Coordinator to review Risk Management Policy
  • $500 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies and condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Work with the Wellness Resource Center to provide an alcohol education program that all members living in the chapter house must attend
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: underage drinking

Sanction:

  • Official university warning
  • Risk management presentation
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Kappa Alpha Order: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 9/27/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 3. Obstruction or disruption of teaching, research, administration, conduct proceedings, or other University activities 4. Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person
  • 8. Threatening or Intimidating behaviors 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties
  • 16. Hazing

Sanction:

  • Withdrawal of University recognition until Spring 2021
  • $1000 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: 8/27/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation extended until the end of Fall 2016
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • LINUS presentation
  • Judicial processing fee: $450

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 3,4: providing alcohol to a minor

Sanction:

  • Green Dot presentation
  • Sober monitor plan
  • Risk management plan
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000
Kappa Pi Beta Fraternity, Inc: Good Standing

Council: Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

Kappa Sigma: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 5/3/2018 & 5/9/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 3. Obstruction or disruption of teaching, research, administration, conduct proceedings, or other University activities, including its public service functions on or off campus.

Sanction:

  • Loss of privileges—Kappa Sigma is prohibited from hosting or participating in any events with or without
    alcohol with the exception of the following
    a. Chapter meetings and new member meetings

Date of Incident: 1/26/2018 & 3/4/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 9. Participating in attempted or actual taking of, damage to, or possession without permission of property of the University or of a member of the University community or of a campus visitor.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Required to pay restitution to Grove Construction a total of $1,875 for the damages

Date of Incident: 9/16/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must meet with Greek Life Coordinator to review Risk Management Policy
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Continue on University suspension through 5/30/15
  • No alcohol events allowed during the rest of 2015
  • Share results of chapter review required by District Grand Master with Office of Student Conduct
  • Meeting with FSL staff to discuss plan for closure of chapter house during construction
  • Judicial processing fee: $500

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 3, 8: hitting golf balls at LXA

Sanction:

  • Internal discipline
  • Remain on suspension

Date of incident: Spring 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 1: Hazing

Sanction:

  • Suspension ending 5/30/15
  • Strategic plan
  • Alcoholic event probation
  • Homecoming probation
  • Greek Week 2015 probation
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000
Lambda Chi Alpha: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 2/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/20/2017
  • Alcohol education program
  • E-board training
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Submit risk management policies and goals to Office of Student Conduct
  • Submit sober monitor rules and operating procedures to the Office of Student Conduct
  • Submit the guest list policy that will be followed to the Office of Student Conduct
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Spring 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 11: Alcoholic beverages

Sanction:

  • University warning
  • 15 hours community service
  • Judicial processing fee $250
Lambda Theta Phi: Good Standing

Council: Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

Omega Psi Phi: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
Date of Incident: Spring 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 1, 3, 4: Hazing, physical abuse, policy compliance

Sanction:

  • Suspension until 5/30/15
  • New member education program
  • Monthly meetings with FSL
  • Risk management program
  • Hazing education program
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Phi Delta Theta: Bad Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 9/20/2018

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression.

Sanctions:

  • Official University Warning
  • Risk Management Meeting

Date of Incident: Fall 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 11: condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until the end of spring 2016
  • Limited to two alcohol events during spring 2016
  • Revise risk management plan and submit to FSL for approval, then educate members on new plan
  • Work with FSL to schedule a risk management presentation for chapter members
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4: failing to comply with policies

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Revise and submit the chapter’s risk management policies to the Office of Student Conduct
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4,11: unapproved party with alcohol and underage drinking – hospital transfer

Sanction:

  • Adult education presentation
  • Underage drinking policy
  • Risk management plan
  • Judicial processing fee: $500
Phi Gamma Delta: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 8/22/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 9/1/18
  • Headquarters imposed sanctions
  • $250 judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 1/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2017
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • Written confirmation of risk management presentation and action plan
  • GAMMA presentation
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 9/24/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Not responsible – no sanctions issued

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until the end of spring 2016
  • Limited to one alcohol event the remainder of fall 2015
  • Work with the Wellness Resource Center to schedule an alcohol education program for chapter members
  • Judicial processing fee: $350

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 11: Condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation extended until the end of fall 2016
  • Chapter member not allowed to participate in Greek league sports during spring 2016
  • President and risk management educator must meet monthly with FSL until the end of spring 2016
  • Submit written report of field secretary visit outlining ASAP Program and Social Strengths program to FSL for approval and then Office of Student Accountability and Support
  • Judicial processing fee: $500

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Ensure all executive members have clear roles in monitoring the house and guests under 21
  • Strengthen and utilize standards boards to hold members accountable
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4,11: underage drinking

Sanction:

  • Alcohol presentation
  • Detailed plan to prevent underage drinking
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Phi Kappa Psi: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Phi Kappa Theta: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 9/21/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 4. Physical abuse or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person – Responsible
  • 8. Threatening or Intimidating behaviors – Not Responsible

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Written apology must be issued to persons affected
  • Warning issued regarding throwing things outside chapter house windows
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4,11: alcohol overdose – minor, underage drinking, party with underage drinking
  • 1,3: hazing. Tied hands, forced in vehicle to take back to house

Sanction:

  • Official warning
  • Overhaul alcohol policy
  • Overhaul guest policy
  • Monthly meeting with FSL
  • Executive board training
  • Weekly chapter meetings
  • No Greek Week
  • Chapter-wide status meeting
  • Associate member ed training
  • Social event probation
  • Education hazing presentation
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000
Pi Kappa Alpha: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 4/11/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression.
    Specifically: Violation of Student Organization Handbook, specifically IFC alcohol policies.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Loss of Recognition – Sanction Stayed: The Pi Kappa Alpha chapter’s official approval as a recognized student organization is subject to withdrawal. However, this sanction will be stayed on the condition that the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter successfully completes the sanctions and outcomes listed below. Should the organization fail to do so, it will be notified of the deficiency and if it does not provide a satisfactory response within 5 days, the sanction of withdrawal of recognition will be implemented. Furthermore, any further violations of the Standard of Conduct, regardless of severity, will likely result in loss of recognition. This status will continue until February 1, 2019.
  • International Fraternity Conditions: Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Nu chapter must adhere to the stipulations outlined in the May 17, 2018 letter from Erik Fournier, Director of Services at Pi Kappa Alpha international fraternity. This includes the following, but please refer to the May 17 letter for more specific details:
    Membership Review
    Review and (Re) Appointment of Chapter Officers
    Officer Transition Retreat
  • New Member Housing: Pi Kappa Alpha new members will be prohibited from living in the chapter facility during the semester of their new member process. This will continue through the probationary period, specifically September 1, 2019. At the conclusion of the probationary period, the chapter may submit a written request for new member housing to the University and Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity.
  • Alcohol Free Facility: Pi Kappa Alpha facility will be alcohol free, this will continue through the probationary period, specifically September 1, 2019. At the conclusion of the probationary period, the chapter may submit a written request for alcohol to be allowed at the chapter facility to the University and Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity. The chapter will be allowed to follow IFC policy to register tailgate events for home football games. These events are only for members. Chapter leadership should meet with the IFC Vice President of Risk Management prior to football season in order to better understand this policy and procedure.
  • Chapter Advisory Committee: Pi Kappa Alpha, with the university, will recruit and train a chapter advisory committee of at least 5 members. This advisory council will be separate from the housing corporation.
  • New Member Education: Pi Kappa Alpha will adhere to a 4 week new member program as prescribed by Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity.
  • Live-in House Director: Pi Kappa Alpha will continue to employ a live in house director; this staff member will attend training offered by the University of Missouri during the summer and fall 2018.
  • Alcoholic Event Probation: Pi Kappa Alpha will be prohibited from hosting or participating in any events with alcohol until the items in #8 below are completed. Once these items are complete, the chapter will be allowed to host or participate in no more than 3 events per semester for the duration of the probationary period. The chapter will be prohibited from hosting or participating in any events with alcohol at the chapter facility, all events with alcohol must be hosted at a third-party vendor, for the duration of the probationary period. These events must be registered with the Interfraternity Council and follow all applicable policies.

The following educational outcomes must be completed:

  • BASICS for individual students: 100% of Pi Kappa Alpha members will participate in the BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening in College Students) program. The deadline for completion is no later than December 1, 2018. In order to start this process, chapter leadership must send an updated chapter roster to the Office of Student Accountability within one week of the membership review. At this time, each student will receive a referral through MU Connect in order to schedule their BASICS session.
  • The True Pike Experience: Pi Kappa Alpha will implement the True Pike Experience immediately starting in the Fall 2018 semester. A written plan will be submitted to the Office of Student Accountability and Support no later than December 1, 2018. This plan will include student leaders selected for the prescribed leadership positions and training of these Pi Kappa Alpha international fraternity.
  • Judicial Board training: Pi Kappa Alpha chapter leadership will go through a judicial board training with the Student Accountability Coordinator. This training should occur no later than December 1, 2018.
  • Plan for success: An action plan for success will be created and followed throughout the 2018-2019 academic year. This action plan should include expectations for attendance for all chapter members as well as a calendar of all events. This plan should be submitted to the Office of Student Accountability and Support no later than December 1, 2018.
    Brotherhood events
    Ritual education and review
    Community service
  • Monthly meetings: Chapter leadership will have monthly meetings with Jonathan Rummel in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. These meetings will continue through the probationary period.
  • Monthly reports: Chapter leadership will submit monthly reports the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Office of Student Accountability and Support and to Erik Fournier at Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity. These reports will provide an update on the progress of the chapter. This report should be submitted by the 15th of each month starting in September 2018 until the probationary period is complete.
  • University Disciplinary Probation: Disciplinary probation for Pi Kappa Alpha will begin immediately and continue until September 1, 2019.

Date of Incident: 11/6/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties

Sanction:

  • Loss of Recognition – Sanction Stayed
  • Certificate of No Hazing
  • Chapter Position Statement on Hazing: please follow the instructions for completion
    of this item as listed in the February 2, 2018 letter.
  • Revision of Programs: This includes:
    • Health & Safety
    • Chapter Bylaws
    • New Member Education
    • New Member Education schedule and activities
    • Ingress program
  •  Progress Updates: chapter leadership will follow the outline for providing updates to
    the International Fraternity. These updates should also be sent to the Office of Student
    Accountability and Support.
  • Pike University Participation: Please follow the instructions for completion of this
    item as listed in the February 2, 2018 letter.
  • University Disciplinary Probation.

Date of Incident: 7/17/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions ofUniversity officials acting in the performance of their duties.
  • Specifically:
    • On March 23, 2017, Pi Kappa Alpha received an informal disposition, which included sanctions to be completed before the end of the semester, specifically May 1 and May 20.
    •  As of July 17, 2017, sanctions #2 and #3 from the March 23 letter have not been completed. Records from the Office of Student Conduct and the IFC VP of Risk Management indicate that these sanctions were not completed. This is a direct contrast to what you reported during the June 12 meeting.
    •  As of July 17, 2017 the $250 judicial processing fee has not been paid. I confirmed this in an email to you on June 12 following our meeting.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/15/2017
  •  Loss of privileges—Pi Kappa Alpha is prohibited from hosting or participating in any events with or without alcohol with the exception of the following
  • Chapter meetings and new member meetings—during these meetings a member of the alumni advisory board must be present.
  • Loss of privileges – No alcohol of any kind will be allowed in the chapter facility effective immediately and until the sanctions from the March 23, 2017 decision letter have been completed and the judicial processing fee paid.

Date of Incident: 5/5/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2018
  • Follow up meeting with Director of Student Accountability & Support to discuss plan on how to be successful at UMC
  • Loss of privileges: no alcohol of any kind will be allowed in the chapter facility effective immediately and through Fall Semester 2017.  This privilege can be reinstated in Spring 2018 so long as no further violations occur.
  •  Loss of privileges: Pi Kappa Alpha may not host or participate in any events with alcohol until sanction #2 occurs. After the follow up meeting, the chapter is able to have 2 events in Fall 2017.

Date of Incident: 9/21/16

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2017
  • E-board training
  • Updated risk management plan
  • $250 judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 9/5/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • Must review Risk Management policy
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11, 3: underage drinking – associate member

Sanction:

  • Accountability strategies
  • Create judicial council
  • Introduce member laws/hold accountable
  • Alcohol free brotherhood events
  • Judicial processing fee: $500
Pi Kappa Phi: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: Spring 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 4: Policy compliance

Sanction:

  • University warning
  • Marijuana educational program
  • Judicial processing fee: $200
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council
Date of Incident: 9/14/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • 2 Gamma events – one in Fall Semester 2016 and one in Spring Semester 2017
  • IFC policy review
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: 9/10/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  •  Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Only 1 alcohol event for the remainder of Fall 2016
  • No more than 3 alcohol events during Spring 2017
  • Review Tailgating policy
  • Review Alumni Events policy
  • $400 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Fall 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 1: hazing. New member rules found in dorm room

Sanction:

  • Risk management training
  • Monthly FSL meetings
  • Exec leadership training
  • Alcohol/drug education
  • Hazing prevention workshop
  • Judicial processing fee: $500
Sigma Nu: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 8/23/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/11/18
  • GAMMA alcohol education presentation
  • Monthly meeting with Fraternity & Sorority Life Staff until 5/2018
  • No more than 2 alcohol events the remainder of FS2017
  • No alcohol of any kind in house until after 12/15/17
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 2/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • E-board training
  • $250 judicial processing fee
  • Date of incident: spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 1, 11: hazing, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until the end of spring 2017
  • Must follow all steps in the plan of action letter from Sigma Nu headquarters
  • President and New Member Educator must meet monthly with FSL to discuss the progress on the plan of action from headquarters
  • Judicial processing fee: $1000

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 11: condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Revise and submit the chapter’s risk management policies to the Office of Student Conduct
  • Revise and submit the member accountability standards, including fine structure for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd offenses
  • Submit communication plan detailing how all members will be made aware of above changes
  • Organize and host a chapter wide presentation on the topic of alcohol – provided by the Wellness Resource Center
  • Judicial processing fee: $250

Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4,11: alcohol overdose

Sanction:

  • Risk reduction plan
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Sigma Phi Delta: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 4/11/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and manner of public expression.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Required to register all events for FS2018 14 days in advance instead of the usual 7 days in advance.
Sigma Pi: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 12. Providing alcohol to minor. Recruiting with alcohol
  • Hazing.

Sanction:

  • Risk Management: Plan due May 4, 2016
  • Monthly Meeting: Meet with IFC VP of Risk Management through May 2016
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $250
  • Withdrawal: Not recognized by the university for 5 years (4 if they work with GL)
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $1000

Date of Incident: Spring 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 1, 8, 4, 3 11: Hazing, theft, compliance, physical abuse, alcohol

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/15
  • Alcohol event probation
  • 25 hours community service
  • Hazing education program
  • New member program
  • Monthly meetings with FSL
  • Greek Week 2015 prohibited
  • Homecoming participation conditional
  • Judicial fee: $1000
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Suspended

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 2/17/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/2018
  • Alcohol event probation
  • Executive board training
  • Administrative meeting – Balanced Man Program presentation
  • Monthly Meetings with Greek Life coordinator
  • Loss of privileges – no alcohol in house remainder of Spring. Reinstated in fall after completion of Executive board training and Administrative meeting
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • Specifically: 12. Grain alcohol and marijuana smell.
  • 12. Providing alcohol to minor.

Sanction:

  • Guest Plan: Create plan for when guests visit house – Guest policy.
  • Monthly Meeting: Meet with IFC VP of Risk Management through May 2016
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $250
  • Alcohol Event Probation: 0 – Spring, 2 – Fall
  • Alcohol in House: None during spring. Under review for fall.
  • Audits: Increased IFC audits through December 16, 2016.
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $500

Date of Incident: 10/22/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Not responsible – no sanctions issued

Date of Incident: 8/31/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • No alcohol in chapter house for the remainder of Fall 2016
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: Spring 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 4, 11: failing to comply with policies, condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Revise and submit the chapter’s risk management policies to the Office of Student Conduct
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Sigma Tau Gamma: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: Spring of 2014

Violation:

  • M-book violation
  • 11: Alcohol

Sanction:

  • University warning
  • Judicial processing fee: $300
Sigma Chi: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Date of Incident: 4/11/17 & 4/15/17

Violation:

Standard of Conduct Violation
11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.
Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/14/2017
  • Risk Management meeting with IFC VP of Risk Management
  • Revised risk management plan & procedures
  • Executive board training
  • Monthly meeting with Greek Life Coordinator
  • Alcohol event probation
  • Loss of alcohol in house until 12/20/2017
  • $500 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 2/11/17

Violation:

Standard of Conduct Violation
11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.
Sanction:

Disciplinary probation until 12/20/17
GAMMA presentation
Updated risk management policy
$250 Judicial processing fee
Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

M-Book Violation
Specifically: 12. Liquor and serving a minor.
Sanction:

Create Policy: Guest policy due May 6, 2016
Judicial Policy: Create 3 strike judicial policy by May 6, 2016 Events: Alcohol free events until May 5, 2016.
Referencing: No referencing to “Shots around the world”
Judicial Processing Fee: $250
Date of Incident: Fall of 2014

Violation:

M-Book violation
3, 9: Refused to respond to fire alarm/belligerent/jumping on fire truck
Sanction:

Alcohol presentation
Removal of members
Cameras
Guest policy
Risk management speaker
Judicial processing fee: $450

Tau Kappa Epsilon: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: Spring 2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • Specifically: 11. Violating IFC policy. 12. Providing alcohol to a minor.

Sanction:

  • Meeting: meet with coordinator in GL by August 26, 2016.
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $250

Date of Incident: 9/29/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Not responsible – no sanction issued
Theta Chi: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: Spring 2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 16. Hazing, defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization. Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy.

Sanction:

  • University Disciplinary Probation until 9/1/19
  • Hazing Prevention Educational Program
  • New Member Education Program Revision
  • Bystander Intervention Program
  • Monthly Meeting with Fraternity & Sorority Life Staff until May 2019
  • Judicial Processing Fee: $500

Date of Incident: 2/18/17

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11.Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 9/30/2017 – pending completion of all sanctions
  • Self-imposed sanctions
  • GAMMA presentation and programming
  • FIPG presentation
  • Executive board training
  • Chapter meeting and discussion of social registration and risk management policies
  • $250 Judicial processing fee

Date of Incident: 10/7/2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Not responsible – no sanctions issued

Date of Incident: 8/25/2016

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation extended until the end of Fall 2016
  • Complete self-imposed sanctions
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee
Zeta Beta Tau: Good Standing

Council: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date of Incident: 2/23/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Manufacture, use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance without proper prescription or required license or as expressly permitted by law or University regulations, including operating a vehicle on University property, or on streets or roadways adjacent to and abutting a campus, under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance as prohibited by law of the state of Missouri.

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Educational Program: Zeta Beta Tau must plan and exercise one alcohol free social event, following all rules and protocols of the IFC registration process. Please note that no registered alcohol events on chapter property will be permitted until this program is complete.
  • Risk Management Training: the acting social chair must organize a training with educational curriculum from the IFC VP of Risk Management. This should be completed not before August 13th, 2018, or after September 7th, 2018.
  • Alcohol Educational Program: As indicated by the Chapter as a self-imposed sanction, Zeta Beta Tau, will contact the Wellness Resource center at to schedule a “GAMMA” program. This is due no later than May 20. At least 80% of the Spring chapter roster are required to be in attendance. If at least 80% do not attend the program, the sanction will not be considered complete, and will need to be completed again.

Date of Incident: 9/20/17

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 14. Failure to comply with directions of University officials acting in the performance of their duties

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 12/20/17
  • Lost of privileges until previously assigned sanctions are complete

Date of Incident: 8/21/16

Violation

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Review Risk Management policies with Greek Life Coordinator
  • $250 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: 8/24/16

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Spring 2017
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • $400 Judicial Processing Fee

Date of Incident: N/A

Violation:

  • M-Book Violation
  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations, or of campus regulations
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary Probation until the end of Fall 2017.
  • Must turn in Risk Management Policy to the Office of Student Conduct
  • No more alcohol events remainder of Fall 2016
  • No more than 3 alcohol events Spring 2017
  • Must have an alcohol education program presented for members
  • $500 Judicial Processing Fee

Sororities

Alpha Chi Omega: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Alpha Delta Pi: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Alpha Phi: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Chi Omega: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Delta Delta Delta: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)
Date of Incident: Fall of 2015

Violation:

  • M-Book violation
  • 11: condoning the use of alcoholic beverages in the course of a student organization activity

Sanction:

  • Warning
  • Work with FSL on the chapter’s risk management process and practice and submit it to the Office of Student Accountability & Support
  • Judicial processing fee: $250
Delta Gamma: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Delta Sigma Theta: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Delta Xi Nu: Good Standing

Council: Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

Gamma Phi Beta: Disciplinary Probation

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Date of Incident:8/9/2018

Violation:

  • Standard of Conduct
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcohol beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations
  • Hazing, as defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or an act that is likely to cause physical or psychological harm to any person within the University community, or that destroys or removed public or private property, for the purpose of initiation admission into, affiliation within, or as a condition for continued membership in a group of organization. Participation or cooperation by the person(s) being hazed does not excuse the violation. Failing to intervene to prevent (and/or) failing to discourage (and/or) failing to report those acts may also violate this policy.

Sanction:

  • Loss of Recognition – Subject to withdrawal
  • Educational Programming
  • Restricted Events
  • Sisterhood Development Sanction
  • International Representative Visit
  • Self-Created Sanctions and Action Plan
  • Monthly Meetings with FSL Staff
  • Alcohol Education Programming

Date of Incident: 8/20/17

Violation:

  • 11. Violation of University policies, rules or regulations or of campus regulations including, but not limited to, those governing residence in University-provided housing, or the use of University facilities, or the time, place and  manner of public expression.
  • 12. Use, possession, sale or distribution of alcohol beverages or controlled substance without proper prescription, license, or as expressly permitted by law, or University regulations

Sanction:

  • Disciplinary probation until 5/20/18
  • Self-imposed sanction
  • $250 judicial processing fee
Kappa Alpha Theta: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Kappa Delta: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority: Good Standing

Council: Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

Phi Mu: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Pi Beta Phi: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Sigma Gamma Rho: Good Standing

Council: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Sigma Kappa: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Sigma Sigma Sigma: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)

Zeta Tau Alpha: Good Standing

Council: Panhellenic Association (PHA)