Greek Life

Reporting an Incident

From time to time, organizations may allegedly be in violation of policy and/or procedure. In these cases individuals may report alleged violations through the following means. Please note that reporting through these means should consider the totality of involvement of and organization and not alleged violations of individuals.

To report violations of the Student Code of Conduct by individual students, please contact the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities.

WIU Fraternity/Sorority Incident Report

The Fraternity/Sorority Incident Report form is not submitted anonymously and is intended to be used regarding allegations chapters violating University and/or Governing Council policies, not acts to be considered hazing. This form is reviewed by the Fraternity/Sorority Life Staff before being submitted to either the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities or the Fraternity & Sorority Life Accountability Board for consideration.

Click Here to Access the WIU Fraternity/Sorority Incident Report Form

WIU Hazing Report Form

This form can be filled out anonymously and is intended to be used specifically for hazing allegations. Only with your permission, will your identity will be disclosed to the individuals or group in question. Your identity will be held in confidence. You may submit this form anonymously however; doing so will limit the ability of Fraternity and Sorority Life to fully investigate the incident. You may be asked to submit an official statement on this matter and/or the case may be passed on to student Judicial Programs.

Click Here to Access the WIU Hazing Report Form

Inter/National Headquarters Reporting

Each inter/national organization has a specific person and/or process for reporting incidents. Please locate the National Headquarters Website link on our chapter pages to access that information.

National Anti-Hazing Hotline
1-888-NOT-HAZE (1-888-668-4293)

**Note the National Anti-Hazing Hotline is an external entity not directly affiliated with Western Illinois University**

The Greek Anti-Hazing Hotline, established in 2007 by a consortium of national fraternities and sororities, is currently sponsored by 47 national and international Greek organizations.

The Hotline provides an anonymous telephone line for anyone to report a suspected or recent hazing incident to one number 1-888-NOT-HAZE (1-888-668-4293) that accepts calls 24 hours a day. The Hotline connects to a dedicated voice mailbox at Manley Burke, LPA. The calls are automatically saved as audio files that are then transmitted by e-mail to the headquarters of the fraternity or sorority named in the report. This is true whether or not the reports are about one of the sponsors or another organization. In some instances, reports are about athletic teams, bands or clubs. When those calls are received, the institution where the organization is located is contacted.

For more information regarding the National Anti-Hazing Hotline click here.

Accountability Teams and Process

Fraternity/Sorority Life Staff

The Fraternity/Sorority Life (FSL) Staff is responsible for the administration of the FSL Programs Handbook and it's policiess. The staff is also responsible for the advisement of the Fraternity/Sorority Life Risk Management Committee and the Fraternity/Sorority Life Accountability Board.

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Rights&Responsibilities will review and investigate any and all allegations of Registered Student Organizations, including fraternities and sororities, that is deemed to be beyond the scope of the Fraternity/Sorority Life Risk Management Committee and/or the Fraternity/Sorority Life Review Board.

Fraternity/Sorority Life Risk Management Committee (RMC)

The Fraternity and Sorority Life Risk Management Committee (FSL RMC) is comprised of one undergraduate member elected from each of the three governing councils. The primary purpose of the three undergraduate members, with advisement from the FSL Staff, is to review appropriate event registrations and reported incidents. It is the responsibility of this committee to ensure fraternal organizations wishing to host events are planning and executing in accordance with the Social Event Management Policy (SEMP).

This committee is also responsible for the organization, training, and chairing of the Fraternity/Sorority Life Review Board.

Fraternity/Sorority Life Review Board

To align with the mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL), the FSL Review Board exists to assist in the personal growth and development of our fraternal community by further promoting self governance, accountability, and responsible citizenship. The FSL Review Board seeks to promote, using both educational and punitive sanctions, actions that align with the values of Western Illinois University and inter/national fraternal organizations. Additionally, to promote the welfare of the individual members and chapters of the fraternal community.

The purpose of the FSL Review Board is to review the allegations of misconduct involving social fraternities and sororities and mediate or adjudicate a resolution to said allegations. Under the Code of Student Conduct, the FSL Review Board has been authorized to review allegations of misconduct involving social fraternities and sororities. Behavioral prescriptions which social fraternities and sororities will be held accountable have been enunciated in the Code of Student Conduct, IFC/PHC/UGC constitutions, and FSL community standards.

Fraternity/Sorority Incident Review Process

Fraternity/Sorority Hearing Process

Should an accused organization choose not to accept responsibility for any alleged violation(s) a
Fraternity/Sorority Review Board Hearing Review will be conducted.

For more information regarding the Incident Review Process or additional FSL Policies visit the Forms, Reports, and Policies Section.

To review the listing of recent accountability information please visit the Accountability Information Section.