Standards for Learning
By joining a values-based fraternity or sorority at UIC, numerous engagement opportunities will guide the membership experience through key outcomes for personal and professional success. Students should expect to enhance competencies in a developmentally sequenced manner through increased involvement in their own organization, within a governing council, through the full fraternity and sorority life (FSL) community, and in connections across the UIC campus and the city of Chicago.
In committing the core principles of membership:
- Students will understand the importance of scholarship and practice academic responsibility.
- Students will appreciate and engage in community service and philanthropic activities.
- Students will demonstrate an awareness of and appreciation for social justice issues.
- Students will build life-long friendships based on shared values and develop a commitment to the mission of their organizations.
- Students will demonstrate personal responsibility and respectful behavior in a community environment and make informed decisions that will reduce high-risk behavior.
- Students will practice self-governance and work collaboratively to create and achieve community goals.
Click here to view the UIC Fraternity & Sorority Chapter Scorecard, which is the FSL community’s annual measure of accountability to standards of achievement at the organizational/chapter level.