Advisors are an extremely important asset to a chapter’s success. Advisors provide guidance and support to the chapter and chapter officers in several areas of operation. It is important that advisors foster the development of the chapter as a whole as well as individual officers and members. The advisor provides continuity to the organization as the membership and officers change. An advisor should be familiar with the policies and regulations of the chapter, inter/national organization, Buffalo State, and relevant state and federal laws. All of the College Greek Life information can be found on this website. To the left you will see more specific information regarding recognized organizations, new member education and intake policies and procedures as well as the standards and paperwork needed for our 5 -Star Program.
Types of Advisors:
Responsibilities of a Faculty/Staff Advisor:
The responsibilities for faculty advisors varies greatly based on chapter needs. Many faculty advisors find success with the following roles and responsibilities:
Responsibilities of a Chapter/Alumni Advisor:
The role of a chapter/alumni advisor follows the Inter/national organization’s expectations (if applicable) but generally are expected to:
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