Student Affairs - Fostering Student Learning and Success

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Standards/Judicial

Standards of Excellence

The Purpose of Carolina Fraternity and Sorority Standards of Excellence Program is to establish standards to ensure that every Greek organization at Carolina is well managed and is fully committed to the highest quality of student experience for each of its members, with particular emphasis on academic achievement and campus involvement.

Greek Judicial Boards

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill prides itself on promotion of student self-governance and students holding one another accountable for their actions.  The Greek Judicial system is made up of four different councils that each have their own judicial processes.  The boards hear incidents involving fraternity and sorority chapters.  Individual members inappropriate behavior is adjudicated by the Honor Court and or their respective chapter's internal judicial/standards board.  The boards authority currently extends to the following types of issues: violations of council constitutions, violations of recruitment/intake rules, violations of the Fraternity and Sorority Alcohol and Hazing Policies.  The boards may also exercise authority over the following but may choose to mediate these matters rather than levy sanctions: incidents involving defacing or decorating private property, noise complaints/violations, disputes between chapters or acts of violence and other issues voted on collectively or separately by the IFC, PHC, NPHC or GAC Councils.