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Integrity and Ethical Development
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If the Office of Integrity and Ethical Development (IED) is asked to serve as a “guest speaker” to a fraternity or sorority as a part of an educational requirement, the following action plan needs to be followed in order to complete the sanction.

  1. The leadership of the chapter (President, Vice President, Membership Chair, and Risk Management Chair) meets with the Director of Integrity and Ethical Development. This meeting will allow all parties to determine topics of discussion during chapter membership meeting, schedule the presentation, and to develop a timeline for completion of educational requirements.

    • The Chapter President is to email the Director of Integrity and Ethical Development at Jennifer.Wright@ucf.edu and Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Olivia.Escalona@ucf.edu of the availability of those required to attend this initial meeting.
    • This meeting will allow all parties to determine topics of discussion during chapter membership meeting, schedule the presentation, and to develop a timeline for completion of educational requirements.
  2. Director of Integrity and Ethical Development meets with the entire chapter during a membership meeting.

    • 100% of the chapter members are required to attend the presentation during the membership meeting. (Alternatives for receiving the information presented will be determined for those chapter members not in attendance.)
    • 100 % of those in attendance will need to complete an online reflection assignment following the presentation. A deadline will be determined to receive the assignment.
    • This online reflection assignment will gather quantitative and qualitative information regarding member experience with this incident, the sanction, the chapter meeting, and thoughts moving forward.
  3. The chapter is expected to include, in written form, Integrity and Ethical Development as a campus partner within their disciplinary policies, new member process, and leadership transition process in assisting with holding new and current members accountable.

    • Integrity and Ethical Development will provide the verbiage to include in the chapter’s policies and procedures.
  4. A group meeting will be conducted between Integrity and Ethical Development, representatives from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Office of Student Conduct, and chapter leaders regarding progress through completion of sanctions and next steps in moving forward.

  5. The chapter will schedule an additional workshop with Integrity and Ethical Development to be conducted during a chapter meeting.

    • The topic will be determined by the chapter in association with the topics covered by Integrity and Ethical Development such as professionalism, conflict resolution, academic integrity, etc.
    • Review workshop topics.
    • Request a workshop.