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Fraternity & Sorority Life

Chi Psi Fraternity

 

The mission of the Chi Psi Fraternity is to “create and maintain an enduring society which encourages the sharing of traditions and values, respect for oneself and others, and responsibility to the university and community.

  • Chapter Name Alpha Mu Delta
  • Colors Royal purple and gold
  • Rollins Chartering Date 1977
  • Philanthropy Starkey Hearing Foundation, Darlin Beach Co.
  • Facility Hooker Hall
  • Number of Chapters Nationally 33
  • Number of Initiated Members Nationally More than 50,000
  • Chapter GPA
    • Spring 2021: 3.29
    • Fall 2021: 3.41
  • National Website https://www.chipsi.org/

Dues

  • One-Time new member fee $100
  • Semester $550 (includes all socials, formals, and t-shirts; payment plans and scholarship opportunities available)

OVERVIEW

(Fall 2021)

Total Active Members 54
Philanthropic Dollars Raised $4958.00
Communty Service 38
Chapter Status

Deferred Suspension (until 5/2022)

Community Probation (until 52023)

Residence Hall Probation (until 12/2022)

Social Probation (until 5/2022)

CONDUCT
Charges
  1. 8/25/2018 - Alcohol Policy 
  2. 2/14/2021 - Disruptive Behavior, Requests or Orders
  3. 5/11/2021 - Hazing
  4. 12/6/2021 and 12/13/2021 – Alcohol, Requests or Orders
Outcomes
  1. The organization worked in partnership with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Office of Community to create event guidelines
  2. The organization completed educational programs and was placed on community probation.
  3. In partnership with Chi Psi Fraternity Central Office, the chapter will complete educational programming; participate in a membership review facilitated by fraternity staff members; update chapter governing documents; update new member process; and the organization has been placed on a membership moratorium meaning that they are not able to extend bids for membership at this time
  4. The chapter has been placed on deferred suspension until May 2022; residential hall probation until December 2022 and community probation until May 2023; social probation until May 2022 (during this period the chapter may not host or endorse social functions with alcohol). Additionally, the chapter will create and coordinate an educational program on the topic of alcohol policy awareness and accountability.


Each year, our organizations participate in a Community Commitments Review process at the end of their election cycle. During this review, organizations submit data and information as well as complete a presentation overviewing their accomplishments from their officer term. Staff and faculty review this information and provide an overall ranking out of 5 stars. To learn more about the criteria for the annual CCR review, please click here.

2021 TBD
2020 1
2019 3
2018 3
2016-17 3