The chapter must adhere to the IFC Constitution and By-Laws.6.
New member class must maintain a 3.0 GPA, on a four-point scale, during the quarter inwhich they undergo new member education, as calculated by the Office of Fraternity andSorority Life (OFSL).7.
Active membership must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA each quarter, on a four-point scaleas calculated by the OFSL.8.
All chapters must be represented at all IFC meetings, unless an excused absence has beengranted. (Fines and punishments for missing meetings can be found in Article III. TheLegislative Council.)B.
If a chapter does not meet the requirements in part A, the chapter will be automatically placed on probation until it meets with the IFC Standards Board to develop an appropriate course of action tocorrect the problem(s).SECTION IV. PROBATIONFraternities placed on probation will lose all voting rights and may face other sanctions if deemednecessary by the Standards Board. Any member of a chapter that is on probation may not run for or hold any elected position in IFC.SECTION V. EXCEPTIONSCertain fraternities that are not NIC member fraternities will be allowed membership into IFC. Thosefraternities will need to follow the procedures and meet the requirements listed above, as well as seek an approval of the Legislative Council by a two-thirds (2/3) vote. Phi Delta Theta fraternity andKappa Sigma fraternity are currently the only approved member fraternities, but that is subject tochange pending a Legislative Council approval.
ARTICLE III. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
SECTION I. DUTIES AND MEMBERSThe supreme legislative body of IFC shall be the Legislative Council, which shall consist of all of the Presidents of the member fraternities.SECTION II. VOTINGA.
Members shall have one (1) vote in the Legislative Council. In order to vote, the member’s chapter must be in good standing.B.
A chapter is not in good standing if they are suspended or have an outstanding balance with IFC.C.
The default chapter delegate to IFC will be the chapter President.D.
When the chapter President has an excusable absence, the President must send an official delegate,who must be registered with the VP of Administration at least eight (8) hours prior to that meeting.The official delegate will then be a voting member of the Legislative Council.E.
If a President must have another member of his chapter represent his chapter’s vote in LegislativeCouncil meetings due to a consistent time conflict, he may do so with approval of the ExecutiveBoard.F.
If a chapter has two (2) or more unexcused absences in a quarter then voting rights will be revokedfor that quarter. Any unexcused absence will result in a $50 fine.G.
No member of the IFC Executive Board shall serve as delegate to the Legislative Council during histerm of office.SECTION III. MEETING INFORMATIONA.
The Legislative Council shall meet at least four (4) times during each quarter (excluding Summer quarter).B.
Each chapter with appropriate facilities may hold a meeting at their chapter house at the request of the Executive Board.C.
Guests will be allowed to attend meetings if the Executive Board approves them prior to that meeting.D.
There will be a maximum of twenty (20) minutes granted to guest speakers per meeting chosen onfirst-come, first-serve basis. Guest speakers must provide information that is relevant to IFC and its