Keri L Good
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Fraternity and sorority advising programs (FSAP) characterize the administrative staff employed at a college or university who provide support to Greek letter organizations. They serve as a liaison between the student and adviser leadership of the organizations, the national organization, and the institution. Four overarching challenges to professionals working in FSAP are facilitating a culture of diversity and multiculturalism, autonomy of chapters and national organizations, scrutiny from non-Greek constituents, and Greek members exhibiting unethical behavior (Whipple, 1998). Specific solutions for each of these challenges recommended to FSAP professionals are rooted in fostering self-authorship in members that is necessary to change campus culture.
Graduate Research - Graduate
Savio D. Franco
Primary Advisor's Department
Counselor Education and Human Services
Stander Symposium project, student affairs, School of Education and Health Sciences
"An Analysis of Challenges and Solutions Facing Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs" (2017). Stander Symposium Projects. 929.