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New Member Education Resources

Effective new member education provides a foundation of education about the fraternity & sorority organization’s purpose, values, and current realities and allows members to make meaning of their role in the organization. The selection of new members and the ways in which fraternities and sororities educate and prepare these new members for a lifetime of involvement in a fraternity and sorority is the lifeblood of Greek-Lettered organizations. Chapters should diligently examine when and how intake or recruitment is conducted as well as the practices by which interested members are prepared for membership.

For more information about any of the resources below, contact Guillermo Ramirez, Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, or by email at [email protected]

New Member Expectations

For any incoming new member to appear on your chapter’s roster, they must complete this online Membership Information Form located on MSU Denver’s student organization hub, RoadrunnerLink. All incoming new members must complete this form within one (1) week of officially beginning an intake or new member process.

Current Member Resources

Funding Assistance

Metropolitan State University of Denver Student Government Assembly provides two financial resources to registered student organizations: Recruiting and Promotional Funding and Campus Events Funding. Make sure to read MSU Denver’s Student Organization Funding Program Handbook for further information located on your RoadrunnerLink.

For more information about Funding Assistance, contact [email protected]

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Hazing Prevention Resources

Metropolitan State University of Denver is host to numerous student resources connected to hazing prevention. Below are a range of resources for our fraternity & sorority chapters and individuals on hazing prevention related topics. The information below includes how our chapters and individuals might identify, report and prevent hazing in our spaces.

For more information about any of the resources below, contact Guillermo Ramirez, Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, or by email at [email protected]

Hazing Defined

MSU Denver’s Student Code of Conduct defines hazing as:

“The term “Hazing” is defined as an act that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student, or that destroys or removes public or private property for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in a group or organization. Hazing can be defined further as any action that produces physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule.”

For more information about hazing definitions, view the MSU Denver Student Code of Conduct or the Colorado Revised Statues.

Hazing Prevention 101 Module

Chapters and individuals have the opportunity to partake and utilize this Hazing Prevention 101 Module’s at no cost. It is highly recommended from the Fraternity & Sorority Life Team for all new members who participate in intake and or a new member education process to complete the following two online hazing prevention modules.

In-Person Hazing Prevention Workshop

Chapters may also request for Guillermo Ramirez, Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life to host an in-person Hazing Prevention Workshop. Email Guillermo Ramirez at [email protected] two (2) weeks ahead of time to plan appropriately.

Steps for Hazing Prevention 101 Modules  

Hazing Prevention 101 is a one-hour awareness course educating students on how to recognize, prevent and report hazing. The real-life scenarios prepare students, group members and bystanders to make informed decisions, ultimately empowering them to prevent hazing.  

The Fraternity & Sorority Life Module is an extension of the prerequisite courseHazing Prevention: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility 101™, designed for university students in fraternities and sororities. This 35-minute module dives deeper into the specific needs of fraternity and sorority life. 

Report Hazing

Clicking the link below takes you to a secure and anonymous area where you can tell MSU Denver administrators about any activity that may be hazing. If you are willing to receive follow-up questions about your report, you should include contact information in your report. Your personal information will not be released or discussed with organizations being reported for hazing.

Fraternity & Sorority Life Polices

Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion (CMEI)

Questions? Contact CMEI

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Email:

[email protected]

 

Campus Location:

Tivoli Student Union 305

Phone:

303-615-0606

 

Mailing Address:

Campus Box 39, P.O. Box 173362, Denver, CO 80217-3362