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Chapter Services

Chapter Services staff work collaboratively with chapter leaders, chapter advisors, and national headquarters/regional officers to support chapters in achieving their organizational mission. Responsibilities include:

Chapter Development

  • Serve as liaison to more than fifty international fraternities and sororities, alumni/alumnae advisors, and undergraduate chapters, regarding chapter operations, extension/expansion, university policies, discipline cases, and other relevant issues
  • Oversee membership recruitment, new member and intake procedures, including extension/expansion efforts, new member education programs for membership intake and recruitment
  • Develop recovery plans for chapters who fail to qualify for recognition and provide follow-up support


  • Advise the InterFraternity Council (IFC) recruitment team, oversee recruitment guide selection and training, marketing, and coordination of IFC Formal Recruitment
  • Develop curriculum and teach leadership and educational programs for individual chapters, chapter officers, and the Greek community (presidents meetings, chapter officer training, etc.)
  • Work in partnership with Student Conduct to investigate violations and support organization accountability
  • Advise Order of Omega, Greek Honors Society
  • Coordinate Greek Leaders Retreat
  • Coordinate Greek Awards


  • Maintain accurate demographic, statistical, and academic performance Information regarding Fraternity and Sorority Life
  • Conduct assessment on Issues relevant to fraternities and sororities as well as student development
  • Coordinate with Student Involvement to ensure student organization compliance with recognition protocols
  • Serve on Title IX and Packapalooza committees

Need Assistance?

Julie Bryant, leads the Chapter Services area within the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life and provides advisory support and assistance for all recognized chapters.

Julie Bryant

Associate Director for Chapter Services

Our staff members are also available to assist in connecting chapters to additional resources on campus.