Only 16 percent of Cal Poly students are members of social fraternities and sororities, but their presence looms much larger within student government.
Greek life could be on probation for at least another week, as national fraternity and sorority chapters are getting involved with the negotiations here at Cal Poly.
All nine Panhellenic chapters’ national organizations have concerns about the policy and are being consulted during the negotiation process.
Sean Pellerin, assistant intramurals coordinator, said that there was a misunderstanding about what was allowed on the field.
Joe Cohn, who works at FIRE’s headquarters in Philadelphia, said Thursday that Cal Poly’s investigation is unconstitutional based on the information the university has made public so far.
Panhellenic recruitment came to a close with 575 women receiving bids from eight sororities this past Tuesday, making this year’s recruitment the largest in Cal Poly history.