OSFL Recognition Policy
The OSFL Recognition Policy identifies the benefits that Indiana University will provide to recognized sorority and fraternity organizations, and outlines the sorority and fraternity recognition process and requirements, organization expectations, and the responsibilities and obligations organizations have to IU. Sororities and fraternities exist independently of the University, but this recognition policy aims to strengthen each independent organization and the overall university environment.
OSFL Social Events Policy
The OSFL Social Events Policy outlines IU’s minimum expectations for social events hosted or sponsored by sorority and fraternity organizations. More stringent policies or requirements may be imposed by organizations themselves or by their inter/national headquarters, so long as such policies do not conflict with this policy. This policy operates in conjunction with, and does not supersede, any applicable local, state, or federal laws and regulations; the Indiana University Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life Recognition Policy; the Indiana University Student Organization Policy; the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct (“Student Code”); any applicable inter/national headquarters organization-specific policies and procedures; or any other applicable IU policies and procedures.
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University Recognized Housing Policy
The University Recognized Housing Policy outlines the expectations and requirements of Housed Sorority and Fraternity Organizations in order to be designated as University Recognized Housing.
Learn more about Housed Sorority and Fraternity Rules and Regulations
OSFL Expansion Policy
The OSFL Expansion Policy applies to all prospective sorority and fraternity organizations at Indiana University Bloomington. It outlines the application requirements and review process that prospective sororities and fraternities must complete in order to receive an invitation to become a recognized sorority or fraternity organization at IU.