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Chapter Resources

These resources are for leaders, members, and advisors of the sorority & fraternity life community. 

Registration

All student organizations must re-register every year and remain registered to have access to campus resources. It is a requirement for all organizations to be registered with a governing council and that they meet the SFL expectations to be recognized.

Chapter Rosters

All sororities and fraternities are required to keep an updated roster with the SFL Office. Chapter presidents may request to see their roster on file by emailing their SFL advisor and may make updates at any point during the quarter.

Chapters are required to include new members as soon as they have accepted their bid or started any form of intake process. Any new members associated with the organization and undergoing a new member process must complete the New Member Data Form to be added to the chapter roster.  

Please connect with your SFL Advisor for the New Member Data Sheet.

COVID-19 Information

The health and safety of our members and the campus community is our number one priority and all organizations must comply with campus policy by only hosting virtual events and gatherings. Until campus receives further guidance, all chapter activities and events must occur virtually and leadership should not require or offer any form of in-person expectations or events to new or active members. All members are expected to follow enhanced health and safety requirements issued by the University and local, state, and federal governments in response to public health emergencies. 

UC San Diego is implementing a progressive student conduct approach that is in alignment with appropriate policies and processes for students and student organizations. Sororities and fraternities, and Principal Members may be collectively or individually charged and/or held responsible when actions by its Principal Members, leaders, officers, or members violate the University’s Standards of Conduct in conjunction with activities or events, held on-or off-campus, sanctioned explicitly or implicitly by the organization's Principal Members, leaders, officers, or members. 

Learn about the Student Conduct Procedures

Additional Resources

Health, Safety, & Wellness

The health and safety of all members in the SFL and UC San Diego community is our number one priority. Below are resources for chapters to review as they plan to host events.

University Resources:

  • CARE at Sexual Assault Resource Center
    • CARE Response is available 24/7 for UCSD students, staff, and faculty in need of urgent support/consultation, assistance with reporting options, forensic exam information and accompaniment, and crisis counseling
    • Make an appointment by calling (858) 534-5793
    • Non-Business Hours, Weekends, Holiday Response please call 858-534-5793
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
    • CAPS provides 24/7 urgent or crisis counseling. Call 858-534-3755 (option 2) to speak with a counselor
    • Make an appointment by calling (858) 534-3755
  • Office for Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
  • Student Health Services (SHS)
    • Provides accessible and timely primary care that is personalized, confidential, and cost effective for students. All students paying registration fees have access to SHS.
    • Location: Student Health Services, Bldg. #99 located on Library Walk, south of Geisel Library
    • Contact: studenthealth@ucsd.edu, (858) 534-3300
  • Student Health Promotion Services
    • Health Promotion Services provides a variety of services that help enhance and maintain the health of UCSD students and the collective campus community.
    • Location: Student Health Services, Bldg. #99 located on Library Walk, south of Geisel Library
    • Contact: hps@health.ucsd.edu, (858) 246-4500
  • Student Legal Services
    • Student legal services provides counseling for individuals and student groups, attorney referrals, educational and customized workshops
    • Location: Student Services Center, 5th Floor, Suite 527
    • Contact: sls@ucsd.edu, (858) 534-4374
  • UC San Diego Police Department
    • Emergency call 911
    • Non-Emergency Phone (858) 534-4357
    • Community Service Officer Program:
      • To request a safety escort call extension 4-WALK or (858) 534-9255 from sunset to sunrise. After 1 am, police department staff may provide this service.
  • The Hub Basic Needs Center
    • The Hub is a self-referring service that works with both undergraduate and graduate students who have concerns with access to Basic Needs resources, services are categorized by Food Security, Housing Resources, and Financial Wellness.
    • Location: Original Student Center, Building A, Room E-100
    • Contact: basicneeds@ucsd.edu, (858) 246-2632
  • The Zone
    • The Zone is a lounge for student well-being designed to promote healthy, balanced living to UCSD students. The Zone works to support students within the 8 Dimensions of Wellness and offers free programs.
    • Location: Price Center Plaza, next to Jamba Juice
    • Contact: zone@health.ucsd.edu, (858) 534-5553
  • Triton Food Pantry
    • Two locations: Student Center A and One Miramar St. in Grad/Family Housing
    • Call (858) 534-5694 for assistance

Other Resurces:

On-Campus Event Information

Organizational Resources

Event Resources & Forms

Due to campus policy, all in-person events and gatherings, on- or off-campus, are cancelled until further notice. All CSI student organizations hosting virtual events, with the exception of virtual meetings and virtual dance practices, must submit event details to CSI. The submission method will depend on the event:

Virtual events NOT using University funding

Virtual events USING University funding

  • Funding includes AS funds, departmental funds, Triton Community Funds, VC-EDI, Ect.
  • Must be TAP’d 21 days prior to the event
  • Once you begin TAP, please select “Virtual Event” under the “Event Category”
  • All Student Organizations holding virtual events must agree to UC San Diego’s Risk Management waiver pertaining to registered student campus organization virtual events. This waiver is included on both TAP and the Student Org Virtual Event Form. 

Other Resources

  • Triton Activity Planner (TAP)
  • AS Funding