An Analysis of Challenges and Solutions Facing Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs
Keri L Good
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 poster
"An Analysis of Challenges and Solutions Facing Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs" (2017). Stander Symposium Posters. 929.