The Trojan Greek Community and Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development facilitate and participate in a variety of programs within the community and university to engage students in leadership development.
The Trojan Greek Community is grounded in the following learning goals, which informs and drives educational programming. The Trojan Greek Standards outline expectations for each fraternity and sorority to achieve each semester and academic year to develop members and officers as leaders of their chapter and community.
Programming and participation varies each semester based on student need and learning. A snapshot of programming is available to give a picture of the learning achieved.
Wellness & Safety Roundtables
To increase member knowledge and assess and take action to create healthy and safe environments, Wellness & Safety Roundtables are held twice a month at 4:00pm on Wednesdays. Each session includes an educational focus, such as mental health, campus safety, alcohol and other drugs, etc. Every chapter is to have a representative at each meeting so they can take knowledge gained to inform their membership at each business meeting. Representatives to attend include social chairs, risk managers, presidents, and other officers who influence and coordinate social and wellness events for the chapter.
Building community starts with creating a space for chapter presidents to meet other presidents, learn about the community, and develop strategies to strengthen the membership experience for all fraternity/sorority members. Chapter presidents attend meetings twice a semester to learn and strengthen leadership skills, gain knowledge on topics related to learning associated with learning goal areas of academic excellence, civic engagement, wellness & safety, and leadership.
Risk Management Training
Social engagement is part of learning and growing as a collegiate, allowing for transferable skills for their post-college career and civic engagement. Risk managers, social chairs, and presidents are to attend a educational training each semester to better understand risk reduction strategies, event planning, partnering with emergency response, student conduct processes, and crises management.