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- Serves as Chairman of the Chapter Advisory Committee (CAC) - Serves as the liaison between chapter and House Corporation - Serves as a representative to the college or university and cooperates with the institution’s Greek Affairs officer (i.e. Fraternity Dean, Advisor to Fraternities, etc.) if such exists, in fraternity matters as appropriate - Consults with and advises the GP on areas of concern and decision making - Meets regularly with chapter officers as a group - Host monthly conference call with Chapter Advisory Committee (CAC) to discuss relevant topics
- Attends 1-2 chapter meetings each month during the academic year - Supports the Constitution and Bylaws of the Fraternity in all matters pertaining to the chapter - Demonstrates respect for and dedication to the high ideals of Phi Kappa Psi and our traditions - Protects the interests of the Fraternity and chapter by ensuring adherence to the policies and procedures of the national organization, as well as the Constitution and Bylaws - Furthers the interests of the Fraternity by working to ensure the success and longevity of the chapter and by being a positive liaison with the host institution. - Represents the chapter’s best interests in matters dealing with the college or university and cooperates with the Greek Affairs Office (e.g. Fraternity Dean, Advisor to Fraternities, etc.), if such exists - Communicates directly with the Fraternity Headquarters by telephone, email or letter on areas of concern as necessary
Many advisors enjoy spending a great deal of time with the chapter, while others prefer only a few hours each month. At the least, you should plan on being at one chapter meeting each month and meeting with the chapter officers (as a group) as well.
- Works with the P to create an accurate and manageable chapter budget - Reviews monthly financial reports and committee budgets - Creates and/or reviews written financial contracts for members who are delinquent in payments to the chapter - Counsels delinquent members in signing a financial payment plan - Educates and trains the P on completing IRS forms, tax forms and other appropriate forms
- Member of Phi Kappa Psi is preferred, but not required - Has time available to attend at least one finance committee meeting each month during the academic year - Is available by telephone/email for quick questions or to address potential problems - Communicates directly with the Fraternity Headquarters by telephone, email or letter on areas of concern as necessary - Cooperates on all Fraternity matters with the Chapter Advisor and House Corporation
Many advisors enjoy spending a great deal of time with the chapter, while others prefer only a few hours each month. At the least, you should plan on being at one chapter meeting each month and attending relevant programming and events. On average 2-4 hours monthly.
- Reviews and provides suggestions on the chapter’s written recruitment plan, working with the Recruitment Chairman and committee - Assists in developing opportunities for members to become more familiar with the meaning and applications of the high ideals of Phi Kappa Psi - Attends at least two (2) recruitment meetings at the beginning of the spring and/or fall - Speaks to the members about recruitment activities and assists the Membership Committee in holding a workshop or retreat to teach recruitment techniques, set membership goals, and to help develop a plan of action for recruitment of the best possible men - Attends recruit evaluation meetings - Attends new member evaluation meetings - Assists in recruiting area alumni to attend recruitment for at least one night
- Member of Phi Kappa Psi is preferred, but not required - Is knowledgeable about successful recruitment programs and techniques - Attends one chapter meeting each month during the academic year - Attends at least two (2) recruitment meetings at the beginning of the spring and/or fall - Available by telephone/email for quick questions or to address potential problems - Communicates directly with the Fraternity Headquarters by telephone, email or letter on areas of concern as necessary - Cooperates on all Fraternity matters with the Chapter Advisor and House Corporation
Many advisors enjoy spending a great deal of time with the chapter, while others prefer only a few hours each month. At the least, you should plan on being at one chapter meeting each month and attending relevant programming and events. On average 2-4 hours monthly.
- Ensures compliance with the Fraternity’s Education Program - Upholds the high ideals of Phi Kappa Psi - Consults with the Fraternity Educator on topics related to the chapter’s ongoing educational initiatives - In conjunction with the Faculty Advisor, hosts an annual chapter retreat on educational planning and other related topics
- Member of Phi Kappa Psi is preferred, but not required - Is knowledgeable about Fraternity history, The Phi Psi Experience educational program, and successful techniques for educational engagement - Attends one chapter meeting each month during the academic year - Attends various new member and fraternity education committee meetings when appropriate - Available by telephone/email for quick questions or to address potential problems - Communicates directly with the Fraternity Headquarters by telephone, email or letter on areas of concern as necessary - Cooperates on all Fraternity matters with the Chapter Advisor and House Corporation
Many advisors enjoy spending a great deal of time with the chapter, while others prefer only a few hours each month. At the least, you should plan on being at one chapter meeting each month and attending relevant programming and events. On average 2-4 hours monthly.
- Agrees to review individual member scholastic achievement, counseling those in need by making known appropriate campus tutorial and/or academic support agencies and services - Arranges for special chapter workshops on time management, preparing resumes, improving study habits, alcohol abuse prevention and other contemporary concerns - Guides members in career decisions, making known campus agencies helpful in this area and identifies to them, those campus agencies helpful in this area - In conjunction with the Chapter Scholarship Chairman, helps create and maintain an acceptable program of scholastic excellence, including design of awards and incentives, helping to establish appropriate chapter house environment, etc
- Member of faculty, administration, or staff of host college or university - Communicates directly with the Fraternity Headquarters by telephone, email or letter on areas of concern, as necessary - Represents the chapter’s best interests in matters dealing with the college or university and cooperates with the Greek Affairs Office (e.g. Fraternity Dean, Advisor to Fraternities, etc.), if such exists - Cooperates on all Fraternity matters with the Chapter Advisor and House Corporation
Many advisors enjoy spending a great deal of time with the chapter, while others prefer only a few hours each month. At the least, you should plan on being at one chapter meeting each month and attending relevant programming and events. On average 2-4 hours monthly.