Chapter Conduct & Judicial

USC & Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development expects all students and fraternities and sororities to uphold their organization and USC values. As demonstrated in the Trojan Greek Standards & Accreditation, membership in a fraternity or sorority is considered to be a privilege, and with this privilege comes the responsibility to perform in a manner exemplifying the ideals of the Trojan: faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous, and ambitious.

The USC code of conduct, SCampus, outlines prohibited conduct for students and student organizations.

In an effort to demonstrate the current judicial standings of USC fraternities and sororities, Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development will post the current statuses of organizations who are no longer recognized by the university and their inter/national organization, including their current status with USC Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.

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Active Probations

Sigma Delta Alpha Fraternity: social suspension for fall 2018 (Multicultural Greek Council)

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity: social suspension for fall 2018 (Interfraternity Council)

Interim Suspension

These organizations are unable to conduct chapter operations until an investigation is complete by Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards.

Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity: interim suspension as of 09-14-18 for alleged hazing violations (Interfraternity Council)

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity: interim suspension as of 09-22-18 for alleged hazing violations (Interfraternity Council)

Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: interim suspension as of 10-05-18 for alleged hazing violations (Interfraternity Council)

Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity: interim suspension as of 10-05-18 for alleged hazing violations (Interfraternity Council)

Sigma Phi Omega Sorority: interim suspension (Asian Greek Council)

Theta Xi Fraternity: interim suspension as of spring 2018 (Interfraternity Council)

Loss of Recognition/Unrecognized

These organizations are no longer recognized by USC and their respective inter/national organization due to investigation findings. These organizations cannot conduct any chapter operations, including recruitment/intake, socials, meetings, etc.

Please remember that any student who knowingly chooses to affiliate with an organization or group who has been suspended or disbanded is subject to disciplinary action up to and including suspension and expulsion from the university as outlined in Section G. l .IV of the Student Conduct Code. Also note organizations who do not adhere to university recognition and council expansion processes can jeopardize their eligibility for future recognition opportunities.

As of September 2018, there are no university approved plans for the following groups to return to USC.

 

Beta Omega Phi Fraternity (Asian Greek Council): As of August 2014, for hazing and health and safety violations of university conduct code

Gamma Epsilon Omega Fraternity (Asian Greek Council): As of May 2017, for hazing and health and safety violations of university conduct code

Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity  (Interfraternity Council): As of November 2014 for health and safety violations of university conduct code

Delta Chi Fraternity (Interfraternity Council): As of December 2016, for hazing and health and safety violations of university conduct code

Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity (Interfraternity Council): As of spring 2016, or hazing and health and safety violations of university conduct code

Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity (Interfraternity Council): As of March 2018, for hazing and health and safety violations of university conduct code

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity (Interfraternity Council) : As of October 2014, for multiple health and safety violations of university conduct code and national organization standards

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity (Interfraternity Council): As of March 2013, for multiple health and safety violations of university conduct code

 

Updated 10-05-18