Greek Organizations must provide notice to OSFL when planning to host, co-host, or sponsor an event whether with or without alcohol. These events include but are not limited to: events with or without alcohol, paired events, events at third party vendors (e.g. date parties, formals), special events (e.g. parents’ weekends, tailgates), and/or Large Events.
For each event the GO intends to host or sponsor, the GO must submit an event notification form to OSFL through BeINvolved by 11:59 pm EST by the Sunday prior to the event.
For Large Events or events with High- Profile Performers, the Greek Organization must submit High Profile Performer/Large Event Interest Form by September 1 for events that will take place during Homecoming Week or Fall semester and by February 1 for events that will take place during Little 5 Week and Spring semester. Interest forms must be submitted at least 6 weeks in advance of an event that does not take place during Homecoming or Little 500 Week.
For events during the weeks of Homecoming and Little 500, including any Large Events or events with High-Profile Performers, the GO must submit an event notification form to OSFL through BeINvolved by 11:59 pm EST two Sundays prior to the event.
If the Greek Organization plans to host any events within campus spaces, all applicable event notification forms, such as the space reservation form. must be submitted in addition to the OSFL event notification form.
Additional failures to submit any event notification on time may result in an additional fine, immediate social restrictions for 2 weeks, and/or referral to the Office of Student Conduct. The Vice Provost and Dean of Students and/or their designee reserves the right to prohibit any discriminatory or dangerous activities at a proposed event.