Member Resources

RESOURCES AND GUIDELINES

IFC Website - Missouri S&T Interfraternity Council's website

NPHC Website - National Pan-Hellenic Council National website

NIC Website  - North American Interfraternity Conference National website 

Student Organization Policies, Procedures and Requirements for Recognition - Each recognized student organization is responsible for adhering to the policies and procedures of the University and contributing to the mission and strategic objectives of the University

Emergency Alert - Stay informed of any emergencies on the S&T campus

Title IX - Equity and Title IX is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T’s compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, state and federal statutes and regulations, in the areas of Title IX, civil rights, and equal opportunity. The department serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in education, prevention, and investigation of sexual violence, as well as other possible violations of the university’s non-discrimination policies

Student Health Student Health operates on the student health fee which allows students to visit the healthcare team with no copay. Some of their services include urgent care, allergy injections, STI testing, well woman exams, vaccines, and more!

UCare - Members of the campus community are encouraged to contact UCARE when concerned about a student, regardless of how insignificant the concern may seem. Doing so assists UCARE in collecting various pieces of the puzzle to connect the student with appropriate resources and support

Counseling Services - Mental health is important in every stage of life — don't wait to take care of it. Some of their servies include counseling, support groups, consultations, StressLess Room, urgent/crisis walk-in services, and more!

Hazing Prevention - Learn more about hazing prevention, how to report an incedent, and how to request a training for your chapter or organization

Resources and guidelines

Panhellenic Council Website - Missouri S&T Panhellenic Council's website

NPC Website - National Panhellenic Conference National website 

Student Organization Policies, Procedures and Requirements for Recognition - Each recognized student organization is responsible for adhering to the policies and procedures of the University and contributing to the mission and strategic objectives of the University

Emergency Alert - Stay informed of any emergencies on the S&T campus

Title IX - Equity and Title IX is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T’s compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, state and federal statutes and regulations, in the areas of Title IX, civil rights, and equal opportunity. The department serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in education, prevention, and investigation of sexual violence, as well as other possible violations of the university’s non-discrimination policies

Student Health - Student Health operates on the student health fee which allows students to visit the healthcare team with no copay. Some of their services include urgent care, allergy injections, STI testing, well woman exams, vaccines, and more!

UCare - Members of the campus community are encouraged to contact UCARE when concerned about a student, regardless of how insignificant the concern may seem. Doing so assists UCARE in collecting various pieces of the puzzle to connect the student with appropriate resources and support

Counseling Services - Mental health is important in every stage of life — don't wait to take care of it. Some of their servies include counseling, support groups, consultations, StressLess Room, urgent/crisis walk-in services, and more!

Hazing Prevention - Learn more about hazing prevention, how to report an incedent, and how to request a training for your chapter or organization

Forms and Helpful Links

S&T Greek Life Management Tool

Greek Member Management Manual

 

Workshops & Training

Fraternity and Sorority Life provides education to  students through on-demand programs, offering guidance on social event management, assistance with risk mitigation practices, and resources to help guide chapters in positive public perception practices.

Events and Campus Resources

Community Values in Action Training: New Member Education

This training is presented in partnership with Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council every semester, second week of classes for all new members. Community Values in Action Training: New Member Education is an interactive values focused hazing prevention training developed for new members that teaches the connection between organizational values and member behavior. The training explains what activities constitute hazing, teaches participants individual and organizational risks associated with hazing behaviors, and hazing bystander intervention training strategies.

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Community Values in Action Training: Organization Education

The Community Values in Action Training: Organization Education is designed to help campus organizations articulate their values and identify what/when activities or actions of their members may become inconsistent with those values. Request a training for your organization or group today.

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STEP UP! Training

Request a training for your chapter. The training aims to raise awareness of helping behaviors, increase motivation to help, develop skills and confidence when responding to problems or concerns, and ensure the safety and well-being of self and others.

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STEP UP! Certification Program

The STEP UP! Certification Program allows organizations to become certified in the STEP UP! Program. There are three different levels: Green Level, Silver Level, and Gold Level.

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BASICS Alcohol Screening

Refer a member of concern to BASICS: Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students. BASICS is not an abstinence only program and focuses on reducing the consequences associated with high-risk drinking.

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Greek President’s Kick-Off

Each year Student Involvement hosts the first all Greek president’s meeting of the academic year, called the “Greek President’s Kick-Off.” All 24 chapter presidents, governing council presidents, and the Order of Omega president are invited as well as key campus administrators. The event is hosted at a chapter house on the first Thursday of the fall semester and this year the event will be held at Sigma Pi Fraternity. The purpose of the event is for Greek leaders to meet and network with campus administrators and build positive connections and learn about campus resources to support their chapters.

Date & Time: August 22nd at 6:30pm-8:20pm

Location: Sigma Pi 206 E 12th St.

 

Greek Academy

Greek Academy is a leadership/skill development initiative, which is set up like a conference specifically for Missouri S&T Greek students.  The conference has three student tracks, students can choose from, new members, emerging chapter leaders, and chapter officers. Each workshop is facilitated by faculty, staff, Greek Alumni, experienced student leaders and other Campus Based/ Headquarter professionals. Registration link coming soon!

Date & Time: February 1st - time to be determined

Location: Missouri S&T Havener Center

 

Educational Workshops

We offer educational workshops covering various topics. Request a training for your organization or group today.

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