FRATERNAL HEALTH & SAFETY INITIATIVE
As research shows that 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted while attending college, we are committed to helping fraternities and sororities address the topic of sexual misconduct, assault, and relationship violence prevention from a values-based perspective.
To that end, we wanted to make you aware of the purposed changes to the Title IX regulations from the Biden administration. The open to the public commentating period is now closed, and the Department of Education is now reviewing every comment. It will take some time before the Department of Education has reviewed all the comments and makes any further changes. A full review of the Biden administration Title IX proposals can be found here. Until we have the final word, some of the proposed changes to the Title IX regulations include, but are not limited to:
No matter where the changes ultimately end up, we recognize that fraternity and sorority members have a unique opportunity to serve as change agents on their campuses. Taking a Stand: Preventing Sexual Misconduct on Campus challenges chapter members to recognize the warning signs and proactively intervene in situations where sexual misconduct may occur. Learn more about this comprehensive, research-based set of materials that equips chapter members with the necessary tools to be leaders in prevention on this topic. The materials were also designed to be compliant with the existing and new higher education requirements to address sexual violence on college campuses.
Inspiring positive change starts with education.