Student Organization Conduct Records

So that members of the university community can make informed decisions about involvement opportunities, the Office of Student Conduct, in partnership with Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Activities, and Recreational Services, provides information regarding the prior conduct records of student organizations at the University. Please note this information does not include records that are no longer retained by the University. Additional information about the conduct procedures and organizational sanctions can be found in University Policy 406, the Code of Student Responsibility.

Note: This page is being currently being updated. The records below are those available from the 2012-2013 academic year until present.

Organizations Currently Separated from the University

Organization Status Effective Dates of Separation
Delta Chi Registration Suspension November 14, 2017, through August 11, 2021
Kappa Alpha Order Registration Suspension October 28, 2015, through August 15, 2019
Lambda Chi Alpha Registration Suspension January 29, 2018, through August 14, 2023
Pershing Rifles Registration Suspension January 18, 2017, through August 15, 2020
Pi Kappa Alpha Registration Suspension October 14, 2013, through October 14, 2021
Sigma Phi Epsilon Registration Suspension May 23, 2017, through August 15, 2021

Organizations Currently on Interim Suspension

Organization Effective Date
Phi Sigma Kappa December 4, 2017

Organizations with Prior Conduct Records

Date(s) of Incident: Spring 2013

Date of Resolution: May 29, 2013

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective May 29, 2013, through May 29, 2015 (Completed)
  • For 3 years, all potential members must meet with OFSL Director Michelle Guobadia before and during the intake process.  These group meetings must be attended by all potential members. (Completed)
  • For 3 years and in conjunction with National Anti-hazing Prevention Week, AKA must sponsor an anti-hazing program for the entire Greek community.  For the first year, an outside speaker must be brought in.  Planning of these programs should happen with the consultation of OFSL Director Michelle Guobadia. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: February 23, 2014

Date of Resolution: June 25, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • o. Underage Consumption/Possession of Alcohol
  • o. Furnishing/Selling Alcohol to a Minor
  • a. Inflicting Physical Injury
  • n. Published University Policies
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective June 25, 2014, through June 25, 2016 (Completed)
  • In order to return to campus, the chapter must regain recognition per the Recognition Guidelines set by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and determine a desired return date with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The Recognition Guidelines can be found at http://os_extranet_files_test.s3.amazonaws.com/11716_17136_UNCCharlotteRecognitionGuidelines.pdf.
  • The national/international organization must send at least one professional staff member to assist with the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus. Any chapter alumni involved in the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process must be screened and approved by the national/international organization.
  • Any chapter alumni involved in chapter management upon completion of the recolonization process must be screened and approved by the national/international organization.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: October 29, 2013

Date of Resolution: December 3, 2013

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective December 3, 2013, through December 3, 2016 (Completed)
  • Removal of current chapter advisor.  A new chapter advisor must be trained and appointed by the National Office.  This new advisor must meet with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life upon start of their tenure.  They must also be in place before New Member Intake in Spring 2014. (Completed)
  • For 3 academic years, all Potential New Members must meet with the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life before, during, and after their intake process. (Completed)
  • For 3 years, in conjunction with National Anti-Hazing Prevention Week, Chi Upsilon Sigma must sponsor an anti-hazing program for the entire Greek community.  For the first year, an outside speaker must be brought in.  All planning for this must be in conjunction with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2017

Date of Resolution: November 14, 2017

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • a.1. Acts of Harm: Physical Injury
  • a.2. Acts of Harm: Fear/Risk
  • o.3. Alcohol: Providing to Minors
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective November 14, 2017, through August 11, 2021
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, neither the Delta Chi name/letters/insignia nor the chapter name may be used by undergraduate members of the suspended chapter for any University-sponsored program, activity, or related event (e.g., intramural teams, athletic event block seating, tailgating). Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals. This includes official chapter social media accounts (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and use of the names/letters/insignia as part of a residence.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, no member may participate in any type of “underground” fraternal activities concerning Delta Chi. Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals.
  • In order to return to campus, the chapter must regain recognition per the Recognition Guidelines set by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and determine a desired return date with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The Recognition Guidelines can be found at http://os_extranet_files_test.s3.amazonaws.com/11716_17136_UNCCharlotteRecognitionGuidelines.pdf.
  • The national organization must send at least one professional staff member to assist with the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus. Any chapter alumni involved in the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process must be screened and approved by the national organization.
  • Any chapter alumni involved in chapter management upon completion of the recolonization process must be screened and approved by the national organization.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing. These programs may include national/regional speakers but must occur with each new member class.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: March 10, 2015

Date of Resolution: March 19, 2015

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • q. Trespassing
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • The organization must plan a program on the topic of: "How to use CRES reservations for your org." Meet with Nathan Roy at nroy3@uncc.edu to gain approval for the content, date, time, location, and advertisement of the program. The program must be a powerpoint of 15-20min with at least 10 slides. The powerpoint must be approved prior to the training being presented to the student organization. This will be presented to the organization as a training presentation at a meeting. The organization must have 80% attendance for this training. Please notify Nathan Roy when and where the organization is meeting so he may observe the training. A representative of the organization must be present for the entire duration of the program. As proof of compliance, the organization must submit a copy of advertisement, a list of attendees to the program and answers to the reflection questionnaire (attached at the end of the formal outcome letter sent via email) to Nathan Roy by April 24, 2015. (Completed)
  • The organization has been sanctioned to meet with/interview Adam Burden to discuss the following topic(s): Reservations/Policies for orgs/Needs of your specific group by April 24, 2015. Please contact Adam Burden at adamburden@uncc.edu 704-687-7657 in order to schedule a time to meet. Adam Burden will be asked to provide confirmation of the meeting by April 13, 2015. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2015

Date of Resolution: October 28, 2015

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • d. Disruption of Normal University Activities
  • m. Failure to Comply
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective October 28, 2015, through August 15, 2019
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, neither the Kappa Alpha Order name/letters/insignia nor the Epsilon Xi  name/letters/insignia may be used by undergraduate members of the suspended chapter for any University-sponsored program, activity, or related event (e.g., intramural teams, athletic event block seating, tailgating). Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the Epsilon Xi chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against the group and/or individuals.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, no member may participate in any type of “underground” fraternal activities concerning Kappa Alpha Order. Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the Epsilon Xi chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against the group and/or individuals.
  • In order to return to campus, the chapter must regain recognition per the Recognition Guidelines set by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (http://os_extranet_files_test.s3.amazonaws.com/11716_17136_UNCCharlotteRecognitionGuidelines.pdf).
  • The national organization must send at least one professional staff member to assist with the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus.
  • Epsilon Xi alumni may be involved in chapter management upon completion of the recolonization process after screening and approval by the national organization.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing. These programs may include national/regional speakers but must occur with each new member class.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
  • Upon completion of the risk management course set by the national organization, chapter leadership must present its risk management strategic plan to staff from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Office of Student Conduct.
Date(s) of Incident: Spring 2017

Date of Resolution: May 18, 2017

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective May 18, 2017, through May 18, 2019
  • For the next three intake classes, all potential members must meet with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee before (once potential members are identified), during, and after the intake process. These group meetings must be attended by all potential members.
  • For the next three intake classes, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing for the entire chapter. These programs may include national/regional speakers or national officers must occur prior to the intake process beginning.
  • For the next three intake classes, alumni involved in the intake process must be screened and approved by the international headquarters and/or province.
  • For the next three intake classes, the new member presentation must occur within five (5) days of initiation. The date of initiation must be provided to the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the beginning of each intake class.
  • For the next three calendar years in conjunction with National Hazing Prevention Week, the organization must sponsor an anti-hazing program for the entire greek community. The program must be conducted by a content-matter expert and must approved by the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee.
  • For the next three calendar years, chapter leadership, including the alumni chapter advisor, must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: June 18, 2014

Date of Resolution: July 15, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • d. Interfering with Normal University Activities
  • m. Failure to Comply
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • Kappa Sigma President must meet with Bonny Boutet Shade to discuss outcome of Kappa Sigma Judicial Board and sanctions of individual members involved in the incident. Meeting must be held by September 4, 2014. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: April 30, 2014

Date of Resolution: May 12, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • g, Setting Fires, Misusing/Damaging Fire Safety Equipment/Elevators
  • l. Destroying/Defacing/Tampering with/Damaging Property
Sanction(s):
  • Provide proof that Kappa Sigma was billed and paid for the repairs to the elevator by June 12, 2014. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: September 29, 2012

Date of Resolution: January 30, 2013

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • o. Furnishing/Selling Alcohol to a Minor
  • o. Underage Consumption/Possession of Alcohol
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective January 30, 2013, through January 30, 2015 (Completed)
  • Social Probation effective January 30, 2013 through December 31, 2014. No alcohol-related mixers, formals, invites, or events. Only brotherhood events as the ones listed below are allowed: a. Adopt a Highway and plan days to keep it clean; b. Attend a business meeting; c. Attend a national or regional educational conference/workshop; d. Bible study; e. Breakfast/Brunch with faculty; f. Brotherhood Nights; g. Coach a little league team; h. Community Service Project; i. Donate blood; j. Easter Egg Hunt for Children of Faculty; k. Etiquette Dinner; l. Faculty Mixer; m. Faculty Lunch or Dinner; n. Gather items for unfortunate families for Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.; o. Go to Church; p. Go to a Play, Musical or Concert; q. Host or attend a political debate or discussion; r. Host a sports clinic for children; s. Meals; t. Parents Brunch, Lunch, Dinner or Weekend; u. Participate in Campus/Greek Sing; v. Plan and execute a philanthropic fundraiser; w. Pumpkin carving with children from the community; x. Ropes Course; y. Tutor or Mentor at an elementary school; z. Volunteer on campus or in the community; aa. Work on a political campaign. (Completed)
  • With regard to 2-year social probation, this is a 3 tiered sanction: a. January 30, 2013-January 01, 2014: No alcohol, formals, or mixers - only brotherhood and alumni events approved by the Alumni Advisory Board and Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life are allowed; b. January 01, 2014-May 31, 2014: No alcohol; only dry formals, dry mixers, and dry social events approved by Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life are allowed; c. June 01, 2014-December 31, 2014: Social events with alcohol are allowed at 3rd party vendors only, with the approval of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. (Completed)
  • The Kappa Omega chapter must coordinate a presentation to the entire chapter by the Office of Student Conduct. This presentation must occur before recruitment can happen in the spring (100% chapter attendance is required).  Contact Andrew J. Dies, Associate Dean of Students/Director of Student Conduct to schedule this presentation. (Completed)
  • The Kappa Omega President must meet with Michelle Guobadia, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, at least once per semester for the duration of the deferred Registration Suspension (January 30, 2015). (Completed)
  • The Kappa Omega chapter advisor must submit a monthly report to Michelle Guobadia, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life via email until December 31, 2013.  This report should update the University on the progress of the chapter and to ensure consistent contact between the advisor and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. (Completed)
  • The Kappa Omega chapter must be in full compliance with all Kappa Sigma national headquarter sanctions/conditions placed upon the chapter per the December 05, 2012 letter to President Martin Ayers from Mitchell Wilson, Executive Director.  (Completed)
  • The chapter must complete a strategic plan on improving Greek perception within the University community and how situations like this negatively impact that. This strategic plan must be reviewed and approved by Michelle Guobadia, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Upon approval, the strategic plan must be presented to the Inter Fraternity council by April 01, 2013. Within this presentation please incorporate the Kappa Sigma values, mottos, and other important aspects. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: September 13, 2012

Date of Resolution: September 27, 2012

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • n. Published University Policies
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • The organization must coordinate a meeting with Residence Coordinator, Michael Berger, to discuss the Greek Village Resident Handbook Addendum policies - focusing specifically on the policy regarding large gathering/impromptu parties and registering large events. This meeting should happen no later than November 4, 2012. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2017

Date of Resolution: January 29, 2018

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • a.1. Acts of Harm: Physical Injury
  • a.2. Acts of Harm: Fear/Risk
  • m. Failure to Comply
  • o.3. Alcohol: Providing to Minors
  • d. Disruption of Normal University Activities
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective January 28, 2018, through August 14, 2023
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, neither the Lambda Chi Alpha name/letters/insignia nor the Beta Upsilon Zeta name/letters/insignia may be used by undergraduate members of the suspended chapter for any University-sponsored program, activity, or related event (e.g., intramural teams, athletic event block seating, tailgating). Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals. This includes official chapter social media accounts (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and use of the names/letters/insignia as part of a residence.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, no member may participate in any type of “underground” fraternal activities concerning Lambda Chi Alpha. Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals.
  • In order to return to campus, the chapter must regain recognition per the Recognition Guidelines set by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and determine a desired return date with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The Recognition Guidelines can be found at http://os_extranet_files_test.s3.amazonaws.com/11716_17136_UNCCharlotteRecognitionGuidelines.pdf.
  • The national/international organization must send at least one professional staff member to assist with the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus. Any chapter alumni involved in the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process must be screened and approved by the national/international organization.
  • Any chapter alumni involved in chapter management upon completion of the recolonization process must be screened and approved by the national/international organization.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing. These programs may include national/regional speakers but must occur with each new member class.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2014

Date of Resolution: December 12, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • m. Failure to Comply
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • For the next two intake classes, all potential members must meet with the Director Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee before (once potential members are identified), during, and after the intake process. These group meetings must be attended by all potential members. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2016

Date of Resolution: January 18, 2017

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • a.1. Acts of Harm: Physical Injury
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective January 18, 2017, through August 15, 2020
  • The organization must develop a comprehensive anti-hazing training program for the unit. This program must be shared with the Office of Student Conduct prior to registering as a student organization.
  • The organization must develop a comprehensive new member education curriculum that includes an outline and timeline for topics to be addressed during the program, including institutional policies, hazing education, and risk management, as well as time, type, and method of activities for initiation. This program must be reviewed and approved by the national leadership and shared with the Office of Student Conduct prior to initiation of a pledge/new member program.
  • For one calendar year after returning to campus, unit leadership must meet with Office of Student Conduct staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the unit and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: April 12, 2013

Date of Resolution: July 19, 2013

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • Create and conduct an anti-hazing training workshop preferably conducted by someone from the national Pershing Rifle Organization concentrating on UNC Charlotte's anti-hazing policy (#83).  Due December 01, 2013. (Completed)
  • Submit a new cadre education program to Student Conduct and national society of Pershing Rifles, and obtain a letter from national organization that said education program is acceptable.  New cadre education document must include time, type, and method of activities for initiation.  It must also detail how anti-hazing policies will be presented to new members.  Due November 01, 2013. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2017

Date of Resolution: November 29, 2017

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective November 29, 2017, through December 12, 2019
  • The organization must work with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee to create a list/"toolbox" of appropriate, positive team development/leadership activities that meet intended learning objectives of the organization. The project must be created by January 29, 2018. The Director or designee will notify the Office of Student Conduct once completed. (Completed)
  • For the next three probationary member classes, all probationary members must meet with the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee before, during, and after the probationary membership process. These group meetings must be attended by all probationary members.
  • For the next three probationary member classes, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing for the entire chapter. These programs may include national/regional speakers or national officers and must occur within the first week of the probationary membership process.
  • For the next three calendar years in conjunction with National Hazing Prevention Week, the organization must sponsor an anti-hazing program for the entire greek community. The program must be approved by the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life or designee.
  • For the next three calendar years, chapter leadership, including the faculty advisor, must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the organization and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: Fall 2014

Date of Resolution: February 13, 2015

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Probation effective February 13, 2015, through December 31, 2015 (Completed)
  • The organization must work with Bonny Shade, Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, to create a list/"toolbox" of appropriate, positive team development/leadership activities that meet intended learning objectives of the organization. The project must be created by April 13, 2015. Assistant Director Shade will notify the Office of Student Conduct once completed. (Completed)
  • The President and Inductor must meet with Jonathan Adams, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct, and Bonny Shade, Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, upon (a) completion of the Spring 2015 new member process and (b) prior to the start of the Fall 2015 new member process. These meetings will focus on discussing the process in general, areas of success/improvement, and strategies to enhance the process. Contact the Office of Student Conduct at 704-687-0336 to schedule the appointments. (Completed)
  • The organization must coordinate a presentation to the chapter by the Office of Student Conduct and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life regarding the hazing policy and strategies for creating and sustaining a positive fraternity experience. The presentation must occur prior to April 30, 2015, and 100% chapter attendance is required. Contact Jonathan Adams, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct, to schedule the presentation. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: September 6-7, 2013

Date of Resolution: October 14, 2013

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • a. Inflicting Physical Injury
  • o. Underage Consumption/Possession of Alcohol
  • o. Furnishing/Selling Alcohol to a Minor
  • x. Presence during Prohibited Conduct
  • y. Violation of Local/State/Federal Law
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective October 14, 2013, through October 14, 2021
  • Pi Kappa Alpha national headquarters will send in two professional staff members to assist in the recruitment of new members and new member education processes during the period of re-colonization after the period of Registration Suspension expires.
  • No former member of the Kappa Kappa chapter may be involved in the re-colonization, new member recruitment, or new member education process after the period of Registration Suspension had ended to help ensure that the chapter traditions of hazing do not continue.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, neither the Pi Kappa Alpha nor the Kappa Kappa name may be used by undergraduate members of the suspended chapter for University sponsored activities and events (i.e. intramural teams, block seating for athletic events, tailgating).
  • Kappa Kappa alumni may be involved in chapter management after the period of re-colonization has ended. The alumni involved must be screened and approved by national headquarters to have interaction with the chapter.
  • Pi Kappa Alpha national headquarters will enforce a ban of current chapter brothers from Kappa Kappa alumni and chapter events for a period of 10 years, with an end date of September 17, 2023.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, no member may participate in any type of “underground” fraternal activities concerning Pi Kappa Alpha. Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the Kappa Kappa chapter and may result in group and/or individual University conduct charges.
Date(s) of Incident: November 20, 2015

Date of Resolution: December 17, 2015

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • l. Vandalism
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon must pay restitution to property owner for the cost of damages to property and clean-up. The amount for restitution will be whatever is agreed to between property owner and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Proof of payment must be provided to Jonathan Adams by March 17, 2016. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Spring 2014

Date of Resolution: June 2, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
Sanction(s):
  • Deferred Registration Suspension effective June 2, 2014, through June 2, 2015 (Completed)
  • Registration Probation effective June 2, 2015, through June 2, 2016 (Completed)
  • Membership review must be conducted, injunction with the Nationals, before any recruitment can occur. (Completed)
  • Create hazing education for current and new members. A plan of the training must be approved by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Office of Student Conduct before recruitment. (Completed)
  • Provide a detailed calendar of all new member activities to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Office of Student Conduct prior to starting education before recruitment. (Completed)
Date(s) of Incident: Spring 2017

Date of Resolution: May 23, 2017

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • t. Hazing
  • m. Failure to Comply
Sanction(s):
  • Registration Suspension effective May 23, 2017, through August 15, 2021
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, neither the Sigma Phi Epsilon name/letters/insignia nor the North Carolina Nu chapter name/letters/insignia may be used by undergraduate members of the suspended chapter for any University-sponsored program, activity, or related event (e.g., intramural teams, athletic event block seating, tailgating). Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the North Carolina Nu chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals.
  • During the period of Registration Suspension, no member may participate in any type of “underground” fraternal activities concerning Sigma Phi Epsilon. Such activities may constitute a violation of sanctions for the North Carolina Nu chapter and may result in denial of recolonization and/or disciplinary action against individuals.
  • In order to return to campus, the chapter must regain recognition per the Recognition Guidelines set by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (http://os_extranet_files_test.s3.amazonaws.com/11716_17136_UNCCharlotteRecognitionGuidelines.pdf).
  • The national organization must send at least one professional staff member to assist with the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus. Any North Carolina Nu chapter alumni involved in the recolonization, new member recruitment, and new member education process of the chapter upon its return to campus must be screened and approved by the national organization.
  • Any North Carolina Nu chapter alumni involved in chapter management upon completion of the recolonization process must be screened and approved by the national organization.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must, in collaboration with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, plan and conduct regular training regarding hazing. These programs may include national/regional speakers but must occur with each new member class.
  • For two calendar years after returning to campus, chapter leadership must meet with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff at least once per semester to discuss current trends and issues within the chapter and resources available on campus.
Date(s) of Incident: January 22, 2014

Date of Resolution: February 28, 2014

Finding(s) of Responsibility:
  • n. Open Alcohol Container(s)
Sanction(s):
  • Organizational Conduct Reprimand (Completed)
  • The organization must plan a program on the topic of: "how to confront a brother and resolve a conflict effectively." Meet with Nathan Roy at 704-687-0336 to gain approval for the content, date, time, location, and advertisement of the program. Use someone from outside the organization. A representative of the organization must be present for the entire duration of the program. As proof of compliance, the organization must submit a copy of advertisement, a list of attendees to the program and answers to the reflection questionnaire (attached at the end of the formal outcome letter sent via email) to Nathan Roy by September 30, 2014. (Completed)
  • Attend an on campus program on alcohol consumption and education by September 30, 2014, or have an outside speaker present to the Zeta Beta Tau organization by September 30, 2014. Must have 80% attendance. (Completed)