⴫ý State Fraternities and Sororities

The Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life enhances the college experience of 34 fraternities and sororities, providing opportunities for campus connections and leadership.

Phone: 470-578-2838
Email: fsl@kennesaw.edu

Location:
Carmichael Student Center, Room 277
395 Cobb Avenue, NW
⴫ý, GA 30144 

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Divine Nine Fraternity and Sorority Life

Upcoming FSL Events

Resources

  • ⴫ý Department of Student Activities
    The ⴫ý Department of Student Activities brings you services, resources, activities and events from the nonacademic side of college life. We like to think of ourselves as a classroom - without walls. We hope your KSU experience will be richer because of us!


    StopHazing.org serves as a resource for accurate, up-to-date hazing information for students, parents, and educators.


    HazingPreventionNetwork.Org is a national organization dedicated to its mission to empower people to prevent hazing in college and university student groups. HPN provides education, develop resources and build partnerships with others to support the work that they do.


    The NPC supports it’s 26 women’s fraternities by promoting values, education, leadership, friendship, cooperation and citizenship.


    The NPHC fosters cooperative actions of it’s nine member organizations in dealing with matters of mutual concern, promoting the well-being of it’s affiliate fraternities and sororities, facilitating the establishment and assisting the development of local councils of the NPHC and provides leadership training for it’s constituents.


    The NIC advocates the needs of its 75 member men’s fraternities through enrichment of the fraternity experience; advancement and growth of the fraternity community; enhancement of the educational mission of the host institutions; and remains committed to enhancing the benefits of fraternity membership.


    NALFO is an umbrella council for Latino Greek Letter Organizations. The purpose of NALFO is to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino Fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism, and education. Established in 1998, NALFO has 19 member organizations from across the United States.


    AFA provides support and resources information for professionals working with fraternities and sororities.


    Lambda 10 serves as a National Clearinghouse for gay, lesbian and bisexual issues for fraternity and sorority men and women.


    The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values exists to stimulate the growth and development of fraternity/sorority councils and chapters by promoting leadership, educational, and values based experiences and resources for student leaders, their advisors, and the larger fraternal market.


    The Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) is a voluntary association of fraternity governing councils in the southeastern United States. SEIFC is one of the three regional associations throughout North America designed to bring together institutions and individuals with a commitment to fraternity life on college and university campuses.

  • Department of Student Leadership and Service
    The Department of Student Leadership’s mission is to provide intentional programming, experiences, and opportunities for students to engage in self-discovery and personal responsibility; connect to their communities through collaboration; and create impact and positive change 


    Owl Life is the web-based platform used to access all Registered Student Organizations, explore various on-campus departments, voice your opinion in campus wide votes, & discover events to enhance your student experience at KSU.

    Student Code of Conduct
    All students are responsible for knowing the information, policies and procedures outlined in the ⴫ý Codes of Conduct. The KSU Codes of Conduct include: the general Student Code of Conduct, the Residential Code of Conduct, and the Code of Academic Integrity.

    Volunteerism and Service Learning Support
    The Department of Student Volunteerism and Service connects KSU students with community partners through regular service events and volunteer opportunities. 

    Women's Resource & Violence Prevention Center
    The Women's Resource Center's mission is to enhance academic, personal, and professional performance and empower members of the KSU community to reach their full potential by striving to create an inclusive and supportive environment. 


    The KSU Writing Center promotes an institutional culture that understands, values, and supports writing and literacy as integral to the intellectual, professional, and social life of the university.

    Counseling and Psychological Services
    University life can present many challenges. Good mental health and wellbeing are the foundation for your success in college. Being proactive, advocating for what you need and taking steps to build your personal resiliency is easier than ever. Counseling and Psychological Services is here to help you accomplish your goals in a host of different ways.

    Division of Student Affairs
    The Division of Student Affairs prepares students for their future by fostering learning beyond the classroom through innovative and transformative experiences.


    ⴫ý is committed to maintaining an environment in which concerns are addressed in a fair and collegial manner. Students are encouraged to always first begin with informal resolution directly with the individual and/or office with whom the student has a grievance. When a resolution cannot be informally reached, formal written complaints can be submitted online through this website. The more information that you can provide, the better we can serve you.


    This Policy Portal serves as the single repository for all University-level policies that relate to institutional, academic, faculty, and USG policies. 

    Student Life
    The Department of Student Activities brings you services, resources, activities and events from the nonacademic side of college life. We like to think of ourselves as a classroom - without walls.

    Behavioral Response Team
    ⴫ý seeks to foster a proactive climate of care that can only be achieved through cooperative input from the entire community. To that end, KSU has created a Behavioral Response Team (BRT) that takes a planned approach to identifying and assisting individuals who are distressed and/or exhibiting abnormal, threatening, or dangerous behavior. 

  • Membership Intake Paperwork (NPHC & MGC)

    The purpose of this document is to provide fraternities and sororities of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at ⴫ý (KSU), their advisors, and prospective members with a source of information regarding Membership Intake/Rush. Chapter leaders responsible for conducting Intake/Rush and the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) staff will work together to ensure a successful and positive experience for all involved. 

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  • The Student Activities Department at ⴫ý State seeks to enhance the university experience for every student by providing dynamic programs, events, and initiatives throughout the academic year. Our goal is to foster a strong sense of belonging, nurture creativity, and facilitate lasting connections when you're seeking an activity, program, student organization, or an upcoming event. We're here to assist you in uncovering collaborative and limitless growth prospects within the KSU community.

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  • On May 9ᵗʰ, 2021, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp passed into law the “Max Gruver Act” which amends the state’s hazing laws found in OCGA 16-5-61. This new law requires a webpage dedicated to the public disclosure of (1) administrative adjudication of hazing (internal institutional investigations and hearings) and (2) hazing related convictions (external criminal convictions).

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  • The Greek journey at ⴫ý State holds significant weight for your student—a decision that should resonate with your own comfort as well. Your student will join a self-regulated community that opens doors to a plethora of avenues for personal and professional growth. These opportunities collectively pave the way for a promising and prosperous future ahead. As a parent or family member, we offer support through recommended steps and helpful FAQs that give you more peace about the upcoming academic journey for your student at KSU.

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  • The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) strives to create policies in collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and inter/national sorority and fraternity staff in order to promote equity and foster a sense of community.

    FSL works closely with the Department of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity to ensure our organizations and members are following all applicable policies and responsibilities. 

    Questions related to policy can be directed to The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life by calling (470) 578-2838.

    Hazing

    ⴫ý defines hazing as any intentional, negligent or reckless action, activity or situation that endangers or is likely to endanger the physical health of an individual or causes an individual pain, embarrassment, ridicule or harassment as a condition or precondition of gaining acceptance, membership, office or other status in a student group, whether or not such group is formally recognized by the University and regardless of the individual’s willingness to participate. The expressed or implied willingness of the victim(s) is not a defense.

    Any suspected violation of this policy should be reported to the Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life or the Department of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity.

    Please review the  to find the most recent KSU Anti-Hazing Policy.

     

    Expansion

    The Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to promoting equitable policies and guidelines for the colonization of chapters from inter/national sororities and fraternities at ⴫ý. 

    We encourage inter/national sororities and fraternities seeking to establish a colony at ⴫ý to contact us directly. We will do our best to provide clear and timely communication with your organization.

Staff

Name
Position
  • Stacey Hurt-Milner

    Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life & Part-Time Instructor of Instructional Technology

    shurtmil@kennesaw.edu
    (470) 578-6392
    ST 280

    Stacey Hurt-Milner is an eighteen-year Student Affairs professional with experience in Enrollment Management and Fraternity & Sorority Life. Stacey received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and a Master of Education from Georgia College & State University; she looks to finish her doctoral degree in Student Affairs Leadership this fall from the University of Georgia. A proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Stacey's knowledge and experience in the fraternal community have surrounded engaging alumni members, growing fraternal organizations, and helping students to understand and value difference.

  • Maggie LaForge

    Program Coordinator

    mlaforge@kennesaw.edu

    Maggie comes to us from Coastal Carolina University, where she earned her B.Ed. in Early Childhood Education. In November 2018, she was initiated into her sorority, Chi Omega, where she served in many leadership roles within her sorority as well as the Panhellenic community. During this time, she gained lots of experience working with campus partners, as well as cross council collaboration. In the fall, she hopes to start her Master of Education in Educational Leadership: Higher Education and Student Affairs Concentration here at KSU. 

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