Student Orgs

Inter-Greek Senate

Student Organization Name
Inter-Greek Senate
Type
Governing Bodies
Statement Of Purpose/ Mission
Statement of Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to establish, promote, and maintain a unified, well balanced and respected Greek community by supporting committed individuals who in good character devote themselves to the values of leadership, service and scholarship. To these ends this organization will strive to: 1. Act as a liaison between the Greek community and the rest of the Gustavus Adolphus community. 2. Act as a governing body for the Greek community as a whole. 3. Act as a source of unity and structure for the entire Greek community.
Constitution
Article I. Name The name of this organization shall be the Inter-Greek Senate, henceforth referred to as the “IGS.” Article II. Purpose The purpose of this organization shall be to establish, promote, and maintain a unified, well balanced and respected Greek community by supporting committed individuals who in good character devote themselves to the values of leadership, service and scholarship. To these ends this organization will strive to: 1. Act as a liaison between the Greek community and the rest of the Gustavus Adolphus community. 2. Act as a governing body for the Greek community as a whole. 3. Act as a source of unity and structure for the entire Greek community. Article III. Membership All fraternities and sororities have membership once certain requirements are upheld twice each academic year. The IGS must have a copy of the organization’s constitution on file, an updated list of active members, and receive payment of membership dues (for all chapters) and insurance (for local chapters) (See Appendix D: Application for Recognition). Chapter membership dues and insurance must be paid by the first of November and April, and include payments from new members after pledging. Insurance is determined upon the rates quoted by the provider. These payments are non-refundable except in the case of extenuating circumstances as approved by the Executive Board. Individual members are subject to maintaining or exceeding the qualifications set forth in Article X: Pledging. Any failure to abide by these requirements will result in a probationary period of one semester. A second, concurrent failure to meet a requirement will result in inactive status for the member(s) in violation. Members must receive a G.P.A. of at least 2.5 each semester. Failure to do so for one semester will result in a probationary period where the member in question will meet with the IGS Scholarship Chair and set forth an academic plan for the next semester. Failure to receive a G.P.A. of 2.5 for two or more semesters in a row will result in inactive status for the member(s) in fault of this requirement. Inactive Status 1. Must be approved by the Greek Advisor prior to becoming inactive on a roster 2. Following one semester of inactivity, the member shall meet with IGS for vote to remain inactive in extenuating circumstances. 3. Reasons for going inactive include: a. Study abroad b. Student Teaching c. Medical d. Grades (2nd semester below) e. Extenuating circumstances that are presented to IGS for a vote Article IV. Officers The officers of the IGS shall consist of: two (2) Co-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, two (2) Pledging chairs, Community Service chair(s), Public Relations chair(s), Educational chair(s), and Scholarship chair(s). Throughout the officer’s term of one calendar year, they must remain active members in their organizations. The cabinet shall be appointed by the Co-Presidents, and confirmed by the IGS Advisor(s). The candidates running for the office of Co-President will follow the following procedure: 1. Nominations must be submitted by the first IGS meeting of November for questioning. 2. Must be present at the IGS meeting with all chapter presidents. 3. Must have been active for a minimum of one entire semester. The Co-Presidents shall be elected no later than the third meeting of November, and no sooner than the first meeting of November. The co-presidents will seek qualified candidates with consideration of having representation from each sorority and fraternity. Each sorority and fraternity recognized in the IGS shall vote for Co-Presidents: 1. Only two votes are allowed from each sorority and fraternity – one for a female candidate and one for a male candidate. 2. No single Presidential candidate can be elected by default; they shall be elected by majority vote. The duties of the officers shall be as follows: 1. Co-Presidents (one male, one female): To plan and preside over all meetings of the IGS; to facilitate communication between the entire Gustavus Adolphus community and the Greek community; and to delegate responsibilities to the executive board. Duties also include assessing risk of group activities and calling for a Greek Judicial Board when needed. In order to ensure less partiality within representative Greek leadership positions, IGS Co-Presidents, while in office, shall not concurrently hold the status of the top two positions within his or her respective Greek organization. 2. Secretary: Responsibilities include roll and meeting notes at the weekly IGS meetings, sending meeting notes out, and making other announcements to the Greek community. Also, in coordination with the Education, Pledging and Community Service Chairs, the Secretary should keep attendance at all educational and community service events. The secretary should keep attendance records on file and submit a copy to the IGS Advisor. The secretary shall also write any changes to the constitution and facilitate voting on community service/philanthropy events at presidents meetings. The secretary shall also maintain records for the Standards of Excellence for each chapter and keep chapters informed of progress. 3. Finance: To prepare financial statements, to collect semester dues for all chapters and insurance for local chapters, keep and manage funds and fines of the IGS; design a yearly budget for the IGS and to advise IGS board of financial bylaws; propose and defend the budget to Student Senate; handle all requests for money by Greek organizations; make payments out of the IGS budget for Greek activities; and to distribute funds. 4. Pledging Co-Chairs: To coordinate recruitment and pledging activities among all organizations represented in the IGS; to coordinate all Greek functions during the pledging period; to design and submit recruitment and pledging calendars; to create the pledging calendar with the Dean of Students and IGS Advisor; to aid in the execution of chapter visits during the pledging period; and to serve as contacts for any member of the Greek Community about issues concerning Pledging. IGS Pledging Co-Chairs, while in office, shall not concurrently serve as Pledge Chair or in the top two positions within his or her respective Greek organization. They are not personally responsible for the individual or organization’s actions of chapter members. 5. Community Service Chair(s): To organize and coordinate a minimum of four annual service activities for the entire Greek community to be involved with, including a service project during the pledging period; to keep the Greeks better informed of possible service projects in both the Gustavus community and the community of the St. Peter area. 6. Public Relations Chair(s): To keep the Gustavus community aware of the happenings within IGS; to produce campus newsletters and informational flyers; to advertise for upcoming IGS events; to maintain and update the IGS web page and other social media sites; to coordinate Greek Week; and to make the campus aware of Greek activities and accomplishments 7. Scholarship Chair: As the President of Order of Omega, this officer works to create a climate in which there is a constant presence and appreciation of excellence in academic achievement. Specific responsibilities include: assisting with semester grade checks, arranging and/or publicizing workshops on study skills, time management, and other pertinent topics; building strong faculty relationships and implementing faculty appreciation programming, recognizing and rewarding Greek scholars and outstanding and/or improved chapter scholarship; and to keep chapters informed of special programs and deadlines (for example, GRE, course registration, etc); meet with those members who are in a probationary period due to academics and set forth an academic plan for the next semester; fulfills all responsibilities as outlined by Order of Omega. 8. Educational Chair(s): To organize and coordinate a minimum of four annual educational awareness events for the entire Greek community to be involved with, including one educational event prior to the end of the pledging period; to keep the Greeks better informed of possible educational opportunities in both the Gustavus community and the community of the St. Peter area. 9. In the event a fraternity or sorority President/Co-President serves concurrently as an IGS member, he/she will allow the other member of the chapter present at the Presidents’ meeting to cast a vote for their respective organization to reduce any bias an IGS member may have towards a decision. This is not a complete list of duties, and others may be added at the discretion of the Co-Presidents with IGS Advisor approval. Removal and Appeals of Co-Presidents If any member of the Inter-Greek Senate feels a co-president is not meeting expectations and/or fulfilling their responsibilities, that member should take their concerns to the All-Greek Advisor. The All-Greek Advisor will meet with the co-president to discuss the concern and to develop a plan of action when necessary. If the co-president continues to not meet expectations, the members of IGS may request that the All-Greek Advisor facilitate a vote for the co-president’s removal from their position. At least a two-thirds vote must be met for the co-president to be removed from office. The co-president may appeal the decision in writing to IGS where a two-thirds vote is required to overturn the appeal. In the event that a co-president is removed from office, a mid-year election process will immediately be implemented to fill the position. The election process will follow the procedures outlined for elections in this constitution. Additionally, the other co-president will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until it is filled. Resignation of Co-Presidents In the event that a co-president feels they need to resign from their position, they will bring their concerns to the All-Greek Advisor where a plan of action will be developed. If the co-president feels the plan of action has not been successful, the co-president may resign from their position through a written notice to both IGS and the All-Greek Advisor. Their resignation will take effect two weeks after the written notice. In the event that a co-president resigns from office, a mid-year election process will immediately be implemented to fill the position. The election process will follow the procedures outlined for elections in this constitution. Additionally, the other co-president will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until it is filled. Removal of Other IGS Members If any member of the Inter-Greek Senate feels another member of IGS is not meeting expectations and/or fulfilling their responsibilities, that member should take their concerns to the co-presidents after discussing their concern directly with the member. The co-presidents will meet with the member to discuss the concern and to develop a plan of action when necessary. The action plan may include the option to open an application for a co-chair position if the position is not already a co-chair position. If the member continues to not meet expectations, the members of IGS may request that the co-presidents facilitate a vote for the member’s removal from their position. At least a two-thirds vote must be met for the member to be removed from office. The member may appeal the decision in writing to IGS where a two-thirds vote is required to overturn the appeal. In the event that a single chair position is removed from office, a mid-year election process will immediately be implemented to fill the position. The election process will follow the procedures outlined for elections in this constitution. The co-presidents will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until it is filled. In the event that a co-chair position is removed from office, the other co-chair will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until a decision is made about the necessity to fill the position. Resignation of Other IGS Members In the event that an IGS member feels they need to resign from their position, they will bring their concerns to the co-presidents where a plan of action will be developed. If the member feels the plan of action has not been successful, the member may resign from their position through a written notice to both co-presidents and the All-Greek Advisor. Their resignation will take effect two weeks after the written notice. In the event that a single chair member resigns from office, a mid-year election process will immediately be implemented to fill the position. The election process will follow the procedures outlined for elections in this constitution. The co-presidents will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until it is filled. In the event that a co-chair position resigns from office, the other co-chair will fulfill the responsibilities of the vacant position until a decision is made about the necessity to fill the position. Article V. Meetings IGS meetings are held on a weekly basis throughout the academic year, upon the decision of the Co-Presidents and IGS Advisor(s). The Co-Presidents and IGS Advisor(s) have the capability to call for special meetings on matters that cannot wait until the next scheduled meeting. The Co-Presidents will set the agenda for the meetings with input from all Executive Board members. IGS meeting attendance policy is outlined in the Standards of Excellence (Appendix B). A quorum shall be attendance of at least one member of half of the organizations represented in IGS. The voting body will be made up of those chapter representatives present at the IGS meeting. 1. Each organization shall have one vote. 2. A simple majority vote shall allow a motion to pass 3. In an event of a tie, the IGS Co-Presidents shall be allowed to cast one vote. The entire Greek community regardless of a specific organization’s absence will adhere to decisions made by those present at the deciding meeting. Article VI. Jurisdiction Gustavus Adolphus College Judicial Board has jurisdiction over the Greek community under the Student Conduct Code in the Gustavus Guide. This governing body has the right to administer disciplinary measures over Greek organizations, without approval of the Inter Greek Senate. College Judicial Board is able to take away an organizations recognition for an indefinite period of time. The unrecognized organization may apply for reinstatement into IGS at the end of their sanction. In order to apply the organization must submit a written statement including the following: 1. Reason for desired reinstatement 2. How the problem has been dealt with 3. Proof that the problem has been dealt with in said manner 4. Signatures of all actives indicating that they understand events and circumstances that led to loss of recognition and that they will seek to avoid such events and circumstances in the future. Unrecognized organization(s) shall not hold joint functions with any other organization(s) of IGS. In an event that this occurs, the unrecognized organization(s) and any other organization(s) will face disciplinary action by the College Judicial Board. A Greek Judicial Board shall handle any judicial matter that does not fall under the Student Conduct Code. The Greek Judicial Board shall be made up of officers of the Inter Greek Senate as chosen by the IGS co-presidents and IGS Advisor. The Greek Judicial Board shall provide those organization(s) and/or organization member(s) an opportunity to share their perspective of the events in question during a meeting at a predetermined date, time, and location of which all constituents will be notified. After all perspectives have been heard, the Greek Judicial Board will determine responsibility and next steps. The outcomes of the meeting will be communicated to those impacted organization(s) and/or member(s) via written communication. Article VII. Alcohol Policy The consumption of alcohol shall not be the sole purpose of any fraternity or sorority function, or shall it be forced or encouraged. No fraternity or sorority shall purchase alcohol with organization funds. IGS has the following expectations of all fraternities and sororities: 1. Measures will be taken to ensure that individuals under legal drinking age do not consume alcohol 2. Third party vending policies apply (Appendix C) 3. Procedures will be in place to handle individuals that have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol. These procedures shall be of two sorts: a. Procedures that keep the amount of alcohol consumption to a reasonable level; b. Procedures regarding the removal and safety of severely intoxicated individuals. Article VIII. Recruitment The formal recruitment period shall take place in spring semester. Informal recruitment events are encouraged at any time of the year. All recruitment events must not involve the consumption of alcohol. The formal recruitment calendar shall be developed by the Co-Pledging Chairs and approved by the voting body of IGS and the IGS Advisor. Article IX. Bid Days Bid Days shall be held in the fall. At a predetermined date and time, prospective pledges will list up to three organizations they are interested in pledging, in order of preference, in an online form. Within 24 hours, organizations shall be given lists of those prospective members that expressed interest in their organization; no indication of preference will be given. A master list (including preferences) shall be kept by the IGS Advisor(s). Said lists are privileged information and shall only be shared with co-pledging chairs at the Advisor’s discretion. Article X. Pledging Pledging shall take place in the fall of each school year, with specific dates determined as described above. A spring pledge period may be allowed in the case that a chapter feels they have special circumstances. In these cases, the respective chapter(s) must present their case at a meeting of the IGS Board and chapter Co-Presidents where the chapter presidents/co-presidents will vote to determine whether or not a spring pledge period shall be allowed. Chapter pledge calendars will be submitted to and approved by the IGS Advisor(s) and the Dean of Students and followed by all fraternities and sororities of the IGS. Pledge calendars shall include the following: 1. At least two inactive 24-hour periods during which all activities of Pledge will be abstained 2. A minimum of six (6) study hours 3. Participateion by pledges in an IGS community service event Prospective pledges must adhere to the following requirements in order to participate in pledging: 1. Must have achieved sophomore standing by year in credit and year in residence at any college or university 2. Must have a cumulative grade point average above 2.5 on a 4.0 scale 3. Make a bid (Article IX), after which they will be notified of their unalienable rights according to the Pledge Bill of Rights On the first day of Pledging, pledges shall receive the following material by request: 1. Hazing Policy (Appendix A) 2. The constitution of the organization that they are joining, which is on file with Campus Activities Office. The following material is available electronically: 1. The Constitution of the Gustavus Adolphus College Inter-Greek Senate Pledging shall adhere to all rules and regulations of the Constitution of the Gustavus Adolphus College Inter-Greek Senate as well as the Gustavus Guide. The Inter Greek Senate and its members agree: 2. To abide by all college, local, and state policies, rules, and regulations. 3. To respect the dignity of the individual and protect the greater Gustavus Adolphus College Community. 4. Hazing in any form is illegal and is not a part of Greek programs, events, and activities of initiation (Appendix A). 5. That membership is not limited on the basis of national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, socio-economic status, or political convictions and IGS does not discriminate in any way on such grounds. 6. That the IGS and its members will not sponsor any event nor act in any way which is potentially offensive or harassing to individuals on the basis of sex, gender, sexual preference, national origin, race, disability, religion, socioeconomic status, or political convictions. Article XI. IGS Advisor(s) The IGS shall have at least one faculty/staff advisor. The position of IGS Advisor(s) shall be appointed by the college, and required to be present at weekly meetings. The Advisor shall receive all IGS correspondence. The IGS Advisor(s) shall strive to do the following: 1. Be a source of advice and stability. They are not personally responsible for the individual or organization’s actions of IGS members 2. Be a liaison between the Inter-Greek Senate and Gustavus Adolphus College 3. Guide the Inter-Greek Senate in ethical and legal matters 4. Approve the annual Recruitment and Pledging calendars of IGS 5. Meet with each IGS member at least once per semester. The Advisor(s) shall be invited to all IGS functions: weekly meetings, community service events, fundraising events, parties, recruitment events, pledging events, etc. Attendance at IGS functions by the Advisor(s) is encouraged, but not required. Article XII. Amendments Amendments to this constitution will following these procedures: 1. IGS recommends and discusses changes during IGS meeting 2. IGS presents said changes, additions, and deletions at the Presidents’ meeting for discussion 3. IGS formally votes on the changes at the next IGS meeting following the Presidents’ discussion 4. An affirmative vote by no less than fifty percent of the voting body present at the IGS meeting must be met for changes to be implemented. 5. Amendments to this constitution shall be submitted to and approved by the Campus Activities Director. Date of Ratification: November 20, 2013 Article XIII. Override All articles of this constitution can be overridden by a vote of two-thirds (2/3) of chapter presidents. Appendix A: The IGS/Gustavus Adolphus College Hazing Policy Gustavus Adolphus College does not tolerate hazing in any form by any individual, group, or organization. Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created, intentionally or unintentionally, whether on or off campus premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, intimidation, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. Such actions may be perpetrated by an individual, group, or organization against an individual or individuals. Such activities and situations include, but are NOT LIMITED TO, forcing individuals or groups to: • Break laws or college policies • Compromise personal morals or values • Endure physical abuse or harm • Endure psychological abuse or harm • Submit to abuse of power or power differential • Undergo branding, tattooing, or any mutilation of the skin • Have substances thrown at, poured on, or otherwise applied to the body • Consume alcohol, drugs, food or beverages • Undergo exposure to the environment without appropriate dress • Exercise to the point of pain or physical or mental exhaustion • Undergo physical detention, kidnapping, being held against one’s will, or abandonment • Perform or participate in dangerous, degrading, or humiliating public stunts, dares, displays, games, or activities • Undergo prevention or deprivation of sleep, normal amounts of food or water, or adequate study time • Perform an excessive number of “pledge tasks” or “homework tasks” such that they encroach upon time needed for sleeping, studying, and attending to personal matters • Participate in activities that interfere with scheduled class meetings, study sessions, or school-sponsored extracurricular activities • Wear uncomfortable or inappropriate dress • Experience public degradation • Experience verbal harassment (such as degrading nicknames or derogatory references) • Create or use explicit songs or perform sexist or racist acts • Assume a submissive role • Perform acts of personal servitude (such as cleaning, buying gifts, or making meals) • Make excessive purchases (such as gifts, scavenger hunt items, and clothing) • Keep silent or refrain from visiting non-group members **Hazing can take place with or without the consent of the hazed. Punishment Gustavus Adolphus College takes violations against the college hazing policy very seriously. Individuals, groups, and organizations are held accountable for acts of hazing. Those found responsible for hazing may be subject to severe sanctions including suspension or expulsion of the individual, group, or organization from the college. Reporting Campus community members are expected to report any practice or action believed to constitute hazing immediately. Reports may be made 24 hours a day to the Dean of Students (jvanhek@gustavus.edu; 933-7526) or Safety and Security (rthrower@gustavus.edu; 933-8888). The college will not tolerate harassment of individuals who have reported hazing incidents. Appendix B: Inter-Greek Senate Standards of Excellence Standards of Excellence are in place to encourage participation and sustainability of the Greek chapters. The expectations of excellence are inclusive of those listed in standards. IGS members may conduct random visits to ensure chapters are accountable to reporting accurate numbers for their events. Should a chapter miss standards on a single event within a category, that chapter shall immediately be placed on probation. During this time the chapter is monitored closely by IGS and provided necessary supports to meet standards moving forward. Should a chapter miss standards for any further events and/or categories, the chapter shall immediately be unrecognized. IGS has the discretion to determine the length of the loss of recognition. Those chapters that meet excellence will be provided with a monetary award from IGS based on budget’s availability. 1. Membership a. Standard: Six college-recognized members following pledging; One IGS-sponsored recruitment event per year if offered and one chapter recruitment event on campus if offered per year b. Excellence: Ten college-recognized members following pledging; One IGS-sponsored recruitment event if offered and two chapter recruitment events on campus if offered per year 2. Advisor a. Standard: Updated advisors name(s) on file, attendance at one CAO-sponsored advisor luncheon per year b. Excellence: Updated advisors name(s) on file, weekly contact with advisor, and attendance at more than three CAO-sponsored advisor luncheons per year 3. Financial Stability a. Standard: IGS dues paid, positive balance in account at the end of the year b. Excellence: IGS dues paid by the due date, seeks outside funding, checks account monthly 4. IGS Participation a. Standard: At least one officer present at 80% of weekly IGS meetings b. Excellence: At least one officer present at 100% of weekly IGS meetings 5. Social Events a. Standard: All necessary banquet forms received by the IGS Advisor(s) for all required events, one open and advertised social event on campus per year b. Excellence: Three open and advertised on-campus activities per year with at least two co-sponsored events with different organizations (Greek or non-Greek) OR two open and advertised on-campus activities per year with at least one co-sponsored event with a different organization (Greek or non-Greek and one closed event co-sponsored with a non-Greek organization 6. Educational/Awareness Events a. Standard: At least 33% attendance at every IGS-sponsored event*, one chapter event per year with 50% participation at every event b. Excellence: At least 50% attendance at every IGS-sponsored event*, three chapter events per year with 66% participation at every event *Provided that the IGS Executive Board gives a 2 week notice of such event **A majority of chapter presidents must vote at a president’s meeting to approve each event after it has been completed in order for the event to count towards standards and/or excellence 7. Community Service / Philanthropy a. Standard: At least 33% attendance at every IGS-sponsored event*, three chapter events per year with 50% participation at every event** b. Excellence: At least 50% attendance at every IGS-sponsored event*, four chapter events per year with 66% participation at every event** *Provided that the IGS Executive Board gives a 2 week notice of such event **A majority of chapter presidents must vote at a president’s meeting to approve each event after it has been completed in order for the event to count towards standards and/or excellence 8. Scholarship a. Standard: Spring and fall term chapter average GPA of 2.5 or higher b. Excellence: Spring and fall term chapter average GPA of 3.1 or higher 9. Judicial a. Standard: No more than one finding of responsibility for any IGS, College, or civic violation b. Excellence: No findings of responsibility for any IGS, College, or civic violation Written appeals of an organizations status with the completion of Standards of Excellence are welcome within one month of an event that causes a chapter to miss standards. All written appeals must be submitted to the IGS Co-Presidents and IGS Advisor in order to be presented to the IGS Executive Board for vote. Should the IGS Executive Board have follow-up questions or concerns, a meeting with the organization may be called. Appendix C: Third Party Vendor “Third party vendor” is a hired bartending service for events or functions. They must meet certain requirements shown in printed/written work. The vendor must meet the following requirements: 1. Be properly licensed by local and state authority. 2. Be properly insured, evidence by completed certificate prepared by insurance provider. The organization, which hired the “third party vendor”, must adhere to the list of responsibilities: 1. Checking identification card upon entry to event/function 2. Not serving minors 3. Not serving individuals who appear to be intoxicated 4. Maintaining control over all alcoholic beverage containers 5. Collection of all excess alcohol at the end of the event/function 6. Removing all alcohol from the premises Appendix D: Application for Recognition 1. A new organization is defined as any organization that has never been recognized by the Gustavus IGS, or has not been recognized in the last five (5) years, assuming no active members remain from the time at which the organization became unrecognized. They must meet the following requirements: a. All basic requirement to become an organization through the Gustavus Campus Activities Office. b. Create and submit a constitution to the All-Greek Advisor. c. Submit a roster of all proposed active members. d. Obtain a chapter faculty advisor. e. Organization leadership and faculty advisor must meet with IGS Co-Presidents and All-Greek Advisor prior to submitting application to IGS. f. Prepare and submit a report to the IGS Executive Board. 2. An organization applying for re-admittance after time spent unrecognized is defined as an organization which was recognized by IGS at a time less than five (5) years previous to the date of application. Any organization recognized at a time previous to that date will apply as a new organization assuming no active members remain from the time at which the organization became unrecognized. They must meet the following requirements: a. All requirements for a new organization, as listed above. b. Constitutions on file must be revised within three (3) months of application. c. Prepare and submit a report to the IGS Executive Board. This report should include: i. Why the organization became unrecognized. ii. What has changed since the loss of recognition. iii. What steps will be taken in the next term to assure the issue(s) that caused the loss of recognition will not be repeated. This should be in the form of goals/expectations for organization members and should be measurable constructive, and include deadlines for each item. d. All proposed active members must sign a form indicating they understand and will strive to meet the expectations laid out in the report. After meeting all of these requirements, an organization will present in front of the Inter-Greek Senate and their recognition is subject to a vote in two (2) consecutive IGS presidents meetings. To be recognized, an organization must receive a vote of recognition from no less than two-thirds (2/3) of chapter presidents. An Applying organization must meet “Standard” in the Standard of Excellence program in their first year or face immediate loss of recognition upon the review of the Standards in the spring. Special circumstances, especially regarding the membership requirement will be heard by the IGS Executive Board through normal Standards appeals hearings. Any organization who applies mid-year will receive pro-rated standards. Appendix E: Chapter Requests for Extra Funding Funding proposals are not under the jurisdiction of IGS. Proposals must be sent to Student Senate. For help with funding proposals, contact the IGS Treasurer.
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Members
RoleOrganization TitleFull NameE-mail
PresidentAndrew Meyerameyer7@gustavus.edu
PresidentKayla Hutsellkhutsell@gustavus.edu
SecretaryAllison Krollakroll@gustavus.edu
TreasurerFinance ChairKaitlin Bembenekkbembene@gustavus.edu
Risk ManagerPresidentAndrew Meyerameyer7@gustavus.edu
OtherPledge ChairXavier Fustxfust@gustavus.edu
OtherPledge ChairAlexis Cowleyacowley@gustavus.edu
OtherCommunity Service ChairZach Vinezvine@gustavus.edu
OtherCommunity Service ChairEmily Atkinseatkins@gustavus.edu
OtherPublic Relations ChairMax Stelznermstelzne@gustavus.edu
OtherPublic Relations ChairAmanda Tomsatoms@gustavus.edu
OtherEducation ChairKammie Beyerkbeyer2@gustavus.edu
OtherScholarship ChairJenny Marquettejmarquet@gustavus.edu
AdvisorGreek Life AdvisorBrittany Salsmanbsalsman@gustavus.edu

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