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FSC fraternity and sorority expansion policy

Policy Purpose

Farmingdale State College welcomes the addition of fraternities and sororities by supporting open expansion and NPC extension. The following requirements must be met in order to establish a Greek organization on-campus.

Persons Affected

Faculty, Staff, Students, Third-Parties


The fraternity/sorority must be Nationally or Internationally recognized and documentation must be provided that the Headquarters is in support of the colonization. The members of the fraternity/sorority as well as the headquarters of the Greek organization must hold a liability insurance policy with a minimum of one million dollars in coverage. The fraternity/sorority must provide a copy of the Inter/National policy as well as risk management policy (support of FIPG strongly encouraged). The fraternity/sorority must adhere to NIC, NPC, NPHC, NALFO, and/or their governing body’s Standards. The fraternity/sorority must provide a copy of a proposed constitution and bylaws. The fraternity/sorority must have an active faculty/staff advisor as well as an active advisory board trained and recruited prior to the recruitment of members. A certified copy of recruitment/intake plans must be submitted two weeks prior to the first interaction with potential members. This information must be signed and approved by the chapter advisor, state/province/regional director, and approved by Headquarters