Educational & Member Development Programs
Fraternities and sororities offer their members a great opportunity to grow through
their membership experience. The leadership of the fraternity and sorority community
makes an effort to provide several opportunities throughout the year for our members
to experience both personal and professional growth. These activities and events are
coordinated by the Director of Educational Programs on the Fraternity & Sorority Programming
Board, a shared organization between the governing councils within our community.
Additionally, we encourage our members to attend the robust opportunities across campus
that allow them to grow as individuals.
Greek Growth Series
The FSPB has a signature program series for the purpose of providing personal and
professional development opportunities for our members. These sessions range in topic
from diversity education to etiquette dinners to wellness fairs.
Such sessions include:
- Elephants & Onions Diversity Workshop
- Alcohol Presentation by Dr. Lori Hart
- Etiquette Dinner co-sponsored with the Hart Career Center and FSPB
Additional Campus Educational Opportunities
Changing Climates Annual Theme
As a way to encourage our members to develop around their fraternity and sorority
values, our community provides several signature programs throughout the year for
our community to come together around these topics. These activities and events are
coordinated by the Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board, a shared organization
between the governing councils within our community.
New Member 101 Series
Each semester, leaders from the CPH, IFC, and FSPB along with campus professionals
come together to provide a series of sessions specific to the needs of the newest
members of our community. In the fall, new members attend three of four sessions.
In the spring, we offer a condensed session.
National Ritual Celebration Week
Each March, the fraternity and sorority community at IWU joins other communities across
the nation in celebration of our espoused values and central purposes.