Resources for Advisors
Chapter advisors, house corporation officers, and house directors are an integral part of the success of the fraternity and sorority community at the University of Kentucky. Below are links to common resources and helpful information especially for individuals in these roles.
Includes contact information for chapter presidents, chapter philanthropy & service chairs, and the council officers for IFC, NPHC, Panhellenic, and UGC. You can also view all FSL policies on BBNvolved.
Information about University of Kentucky resources (such as UKPD, the Community of Concern, and Fire Marshal), risk reduction resources and policies, and contact information for relevant offices.
Includes links to University resources for academic support, fraternity and sorority grade reports, and additional information. Individual academic reports are sent to chapter presidents and advisors as soon as they are available from the university at the end of each term.
- Important Dates - including due dates, chapter house opening & closing dates, and parking
- Information on Required Forms
- Chapter President Manual
- House Director Manual
- House Director Sample Position Description
- The Fraternity and Sorority Occupancy Agreement
Council Bylaws & Constitutions
- Interfraternity Council Constitution
- National Pan-Hellenic Council Bylaws
- Panhellenic Council Bylaws
- United Greek Council Constitution & Bylaws
As an advisor of a fraternity or sorority, you are required to report any crimes that you are told about from the students, please use the link above to report these crimes to the University Police. By reporting the alleged crime, you are not filing a police report but merely informing the police about the crime which has taken place. You can use this instruction sheet for more information about the proccess. Please use this guide to determine which crimes should be reported. Please encourage the students to file a police report if necessary.
Membership in a fraternity or sorority should help your son or daughter grow as a student, leader, and friend. This growth is not achieved through hazing or other destructive activities. The University of Kentucky has a firm stance and policy for hazing prevention. The University is involved in several projects and activities aimed at hazing prevention, education, and culture change in all organizations at the University - not just fraternities and sororities. Click here learn more about the prevention efforts and view the University's Hazing Prevention Policy here.
Additional Hazing Prevention resources include: