Chapter Judicial Information

Chapter Judicial Information as determined by the Governing Councils

Below is information pertaining to the disciplinary status of fraternities and sororities at Iowa State as determined by the governing councils. The Office of Greek Affairs publishes this information in conjunction with the governing councils to help students make informed decisions regarding the organizations they may choose to join at Iowa State. Disclosure of an organization's disciplinary status can be found below. Only chapters found responsible by their governing council will be listed here.

Date Added

OrganizationCouncil Prohibited ConductSanction (S) /Recomendations (R)
11/12/2017Sigma PiIFC Constitution Article III and Bylaw Article VI Section 6Comply with sanctions issued by the Office of Student Conduct. (S)
11/12/2017Kappa SigmaIFC Bylaw Article VI Section 4

Create a summer leadership plan and submit to IFC for review by March 2, 2018. (S)

Create a social media policy in chapter bylaws by March 2, 2018. (S)

Have a social media presentation for the chapter. Presentation should be scheduled by March 2, 2018 (S)

Hold the chapter Code of Conduct Meeting within the first 2 weeks of the semester. (S)

Invite a leadership speaker to address communication and expectations to the chapter by March 2, 2018. (S)

Include chapter hosue rules and expectations in new member expectations. (R)

Hire a house director. (R)

Add the responsibility of checking rooms for undeage drinking and gatherings of people to sober monitor responsibilities. (R)

Reach out to other chapter executive boards for help in any areas of need. (R)

Have every new chapter officer meet with the respective IFC officer. (R)

11/12/2017Tau Kappa EpsilonIFC Constitution Article III

Obtain a noise permit from the City of Ames when working on lawn displays. (R)

Be sure to monitor noise levels when outside working. (R)

Reach out to the Ames and ISU PD before working on lawn displays. (R)

Work with Homecoming Central to set the same expectations when working on lawn displays for all chapters. (R)

11/12/2017FarmHouseIFC Constitution Article III

Obtain a noise permit from the City of Ames when working on lawn displays. (R)

Be sure to monitor noise levels when outside working. (R)

Reach out to the Ames and ISU PD before working on lawn displays. (R)

Work with Homecoming Central to set the same expectations when working on lawn displays for all chapters. (R)

Outreach to all neighbors and let them know what will be going on when you antipate high volume. (R)

11/8/2017Delta Tau DeltaIFC Bylaw Article VI Section 4

Fix door lock December 1st, 2017. Communicate with IFC VP of Judicial if not possible. (S)

Add assigned monitors the responsibility of checking outdoor spaces as well as hallways and doors (S)

Report all sanctions for individual chapter members involved to IFC VP of Judicial Affairs. (S)

Put specific language in chapter bylaws that indicate that risk management policies ar always in effect. (S)

Continue to review risk management plan. (R)

Educate members on risk management policies. (R)

10/9/2017Sigma Phi EpsilonIFC Bylaw Article VI Section 4 Constitution Article III

Comply with all sanctions issued by the Office of Student Conduct. (S)

Invite representatives from Ames of Iowa State Law Enforcement, Iowa State ROTC, or Student Wellness to present to your chapter on Alcohol and Controlled Substances. (R)

If you choose to hold this same event, register before November 1st so that it goes through the events approval process in time, and does not get lost in the transition between the old and new Vice President of Risk Prevention. (R)

4/6/2017Phi Kappa Theta

IFC Bylaw Article VI Section 4
Constitution Article III

Comply with all sanctions issued by the Office of Student Conduct. (S)

Social Host and Conduct Probation through the Interfraternity Council until working chapter judicial board is created. (S)

Meet with the IFC VP of Risk Prevention to review risk management and event management polciies and procedures before presenting these to the Office of Student Conduct. (S)

Chapter leaders must meet with the respective IFC executive council memebr to discuss their position within the chapter and ask any questions they may have. (S)

Meet with Joel Hochstein (Student Conduct) for any conduct or judicial board questions the chapter may have. (R)

Meet with Student Wellness regarding the alcohol awareness program. (R)

Create the membership devleop committee that was discussed during the hearing. (R)

Have more members than just the risk manager attend the Alcohol Skills Training Program on Sunday April 9th. (R)

1/10/2017Theta XiCouncil Conduct

Apologize to Adelante Fraternity and acknowledge conduct was conducted by members of Theta Xi. Due 2/1/2017. (S)

Inform Adelante Fraternity of reprimands that members responsible for incident faced Due 2/1/2017 (S)

Try to resolve future issues betweeen chapters internally. (R)

Add a section to new member education that focuses on respecting all fraternities. (R)

Build positive relations between Adelante and Theta Xi chapters through activities such as grill outs or other get togethers. (R)