Administration returned the Students Taking Action Towards University Safety plan (STATUS) to fraternities and sororities last week with its edits. The plan seeks to reduce the number of sexual assaults on campus and was created in response to the university placing greek life on probation for at least 30 days.
Sororities and fraternities are still on social probation while administration works with greek life’s student leaders to finalize the plan.
According to Panhellenic President Kristen Henry, the party registration policy is now being reviewed before a decision about social probation is made.
“The party registration policy and STATUS go hand in hand,” Henry said. “We’re looking at what worked and what hasn’t worked this past year to make those changes to the policy.”
Once STATUS and the party registration policy is finalized, administration will decide whether or not to take sororities and fraternities off social probation.