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Ten out of 16 eligible Greek chapters met reinstatement criteria during the University’s second presentation period and will resume normal activity Thursday, March 1, according to an email sent out by President Mark B. Rosenberg.
Besides promoting accountability and a transparent line of communication between Greeks and administrators, the Student Code of Conduct will also be updated to match the Greek culture shift, according to the University’s general counsel.
More than half of Greek chapters were reinstated on Thursday, Feb. 1, and will be allowed to resume normal activities, with the remaining chapters still on “pause” until they meet reinstatement criteria.
Despite being on a University-wide pause, Greek organizations are still required to pay a fees to the University.
The suspension of all 37 Greek organizations, which began on Monday, Jan. 1, will last for a month to give the university ample time to review and address concerns regarding Greek culture, said Larry Lunsford, vice president of Student Affairs.
All 37 Greek organizations are suspended for a month starting Monday, Jan. 1, 2018, to give the university ample time to review and address concerns regarding Greek culture, said Larry Lunsford, vice president of Student Affairs.
The Rally 100 event was a success despite the weather threats. “It was great to see so many of the future panthers excited about FIU and frankly eager to learn what the university has to offer them, apart from academics of course,” Martinez said.