Fraternal Leadership & Learning

The University of Mississippi

 

Required Educational Programming for IFC and Panhellenic Potential New Members

Last year, we began a programmatic effort to ensure that Potential New Members are educated before joining our community. Fraternal membership is not to be taken lightly, and so we are dedicating time, energy, and resources into our Potential New Member community. To this end, students will have some baseline of knowledge prior to affiliating with a fraternal organization. NPHC aspirants will receive hazing education at the Greek Forum and additional programming will follow later in the semester.

One program will address alcohol & other drugs, as well as violence prevention (Health and Wellness) and the other will feature a presentation on diversity and inclusion and hazing prevention (Respect and Dignity for All).

Respect and Dignity for All 

Friday, August 17th, 1-3pm,  Union Ballroom

Thursday, August 23rd 5pm-7pm, Fulton Chapel

Sunday, August 26th 2pm-4pm, Ford Center

Wednesday, September 12th 4pm-6pm, Ford Center

Health and Wellness 

Wednesday, August 15; 5-6pm, Fulton Chapel

Wednesday, August 22; 4-5pm, Ford Center

Sunday, September 9; 2-3pm, Fulton Chapel

Tuesday, September 11; 4-5pm, Fulton Chapel

 

Students: Please find this link to go ahead and RSVP for both programs. To be clear, students must attend 2 programs in total.