Evaluation Rubric Academics



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Evaluation Rubric - Academics


Academics

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

GPA/ Academic Performance

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Maintains a term GPA of 2.75 or higher for all four terms of the calendar year

  • Achieves a GPA above the all-men's (fraternity) or all-women's (sorority) average for at least one term of the calendar year

  • Achieves at least a 3.0 GPA for all terms of the calendar year



  • Achieves a GPA above the all-men's (fraternity) or all-women's (sorority) average for at least two terms of the calendar year

  • Achieves a 3.0 GPA for all terms of the calendar year



  • Achieves a GPA above the all-women's (sororities) or the all-men's (fraternities) average for all 4 terms



  • 30% of chapter achieves Dean’s List status each term

Academic Programming

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Sets written academic goals for the chapter each term

  • Provides academic resources to membership, beyond the sharing of test files

  • Sets academic goals for the chapter each term

  • Offers multiple academic resources, including university resources

  • Written plan in place including academic expectations, overview of resources, and accountability measures

  • Sets academic goals for the chapter each term

  • Offers multiple academic resources, including university resources

  • Written plan in place including academic expectations, overview of resources, and accountability measures




Academic Standards & Incentives

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Has basic academic standards included in academic policy for new members, initiated members and officers




  • Has multiple levels of academic standards with minimum expectations

  • Demonstrates enforcement of academic standards

  • Has basic incentives in place

  • Has multiple academic standards in place and demonstrates enforcement

  • Has incentives program that addresses performance at various levels

  • Encourages and/or has members in the Order of Omega Honor Society

New Member Academic Achievement

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Each new member class achieves a 2.75 term GPA or higher during the term they join




  • Each new member class achieves at least a 3.0 term GPA or higher during the term they join




  • Each new member class achieves a GPA above the all-women's (sororities) or the all-men's (fraternities) during the term they join

  • No new member receives below a 2.0 term GPA during the term they join

Faculty Relations/Interaction

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Chapter hosts at least one event with faculty participation during the calendar year

  • Chapter leadership meets with F/S adviser once/calendar year

  • Chapter hosts at least one event with faculty participation during the calendar year

  • Chapter maintains regular communication with F/S adviser

  • Chapter leadership meets with F/S adviser once/calendar year

  • Chapter has at least one event with faculty participation per term

  • Chapter maintains regular communication with F/S advisor

  • Chapter leadership meets with F/S adviser at least once per term

  • Chapter hosts a program for the purpose of recognizing or engaging faculty

Evaluation Rubric - Brotherhood/Sisterhood


Brotherhood/ Sisterhood

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Alumni Relations

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Maintains limited contact with alumni

  • Hosts 1-2 events each year with alumni involvement

  • Maintains active list of alumni contact information

  • Hosts 3-5 events that invite alumni back to interact with active members

  • Utilizes resources provided by Institutional Advancement and/or Alumni Relations

  • Maintains active list of alumni contact information

  • Hosts 3- 5 events during the year which include alumni involvement

  • Alumni chapter and undergraduates maintain regular contact

  • Utilizes resources provided by Institutional Advancement and/or Alumni Relations

  • Actively supports the Greek Archive initiative through the Drexel Library

  • Chapter regularly supports University alumni initiatives: Blue & Gold Weekend, Homecoming, Turkey Drive, CAN DU, etc.

Risk Management

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • 50% of members attend at least one risk management educational event each year

  • A specified chapter officer is responsible for educating the chapter on risk issues

  • 85% of members attend at least one risk management educational event each year

  • Has not had any violations of Inter/National or University policies

  • Chapter encourages members to participate in Hazing Prevention Awareness Week

  • Reviews risk management policy with the entire chapter biannually

  • A specified chapter officer is responsible for educating the chapter on risk issues at least once per term

  • 85% of members attend at least one risk management education event a year with a majority attending more than one

  • Has not had any violations of Inter/National or University policies

  • Chapter hosts events for and/or has large number of members actively participate in Hazing Prevention Awareness Week

Ritual

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Members incorporate ritual in their regular operations (ex. Saying creed at start of meeting)

  • Chapter performs some aspect of ritual at least once/term (pledge ceremony, initiation, officer installation, alumni ceremony)




  • Practices ritual in their daily operations, is respectful of their ritual, and is clear about its importance to the chapter and its operations

  • Provides educational opportunities for new members post-initiation to review ritual

  • Chapter conducts an annual Founders Day celebration on or around founding date.

  • Chapter encourages members to participate in National Ritual Celebration Week

  • Practices ritual in their daily operations, is respectful of their ritual, and is clear about its importance to the chapter and its operations

  • Provides educational opportunities for new members and members about ritual throughout the year

  • Chapter conducts an annual Founders Day celebration on or around founding date.

  • Chapter hosts or large number of members attend programs as part of National Ritual Celebration Week

  • Chapter values are seen through members’ actions




Brotherhood/ Sisterhood

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Interfraternal Relations

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Attends 1 event sponsored by other Greek organization



  • Participates in their governing Council and maintains regular attendance




  • Participates in their governing Council and maintains regular attendance

  • Members run for and/or hold positions in their governing council

  • Has partnered with another Greek organization to plan and execute at least one event on campus

  • Communicates with other Greek organizations from all three councils to share information and upcoming events

  • Participates in their governing Council and maintains regular attendance

  • Members run for/hold positions in their governing council

  • Members support other Greek groups on campus, through the co-sponsorship of more than one event per year as well as attendance at/participation in other organizations’ individual functions

  • Collaborates with members/organizations from all three councils

  • Chapter officers attend FSL Awards in May

  • Chapter participates in Greek Week and Night on the Row

Recruitment

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Chapter hosts multiple recruitment events each year, as allowed by their council

  • Chapter hosts internal recruitment preparation seminar

  • Chapter has a written recruitment plan including goals




  • Chapter participates in recruitment events coordinated by council (MGC Meet the Greeks, PHC FMR, etc.)

  • Chapter participates/hosts in a regional/national/professionally facilitated recruitment preparation seminar

  • Chapter hosts multiple recruitment events each year, as allowed by their council

  • Chapter has representatives trained and participating in New Student Orientation recruitment opportunities

  • Chapter has an active names list during terms they conduct recruitment

  • Chapter shares recruitment schedule with FSL at least 2 weeks prior to the start of their recruitment period

Star 3 plus the following:

  • Chapter shares detailed expectations (including financial and academic requirements) with potential new members during recruitment

  • Chapter participates in Enrollment Management events and/or Activities Unlimited

  • Chapter promotes recruitment events using most means available

  • Chapter recruitment themes, promotional materials, t-shirts reflect the values of the FSL community.*

New Member Education

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)



  • New member program has stated goals



  • Chapter initiates at least 60% of its new members



  • Shares initiation date with FSL and new members at the beginning of new member education



  • Chapter encourages new member involvement in the Greek FIRE program – documented in program outline



  • Chapter initiates 75% or more of its new members

  • New members are able to articulate what they learned by participating in the new member period, consistent with the FSL learning outcomes



  • Provides new members with a complete calendar/schedule of new member education, including set initiation date



  • Chapter presents the Greek FIRE program information as part of its new member program and encourages participation through new member education and the first year of membership



  • Chapter new members participated in Greek FIRE program



  • Initiates at least 90% or more of new members

Evaluation Rubric - Leadership


Leadership

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Chapter Management

Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Has detailed annual budget and dues collection process

  • Has a clearly stated vision

  • Hosts at least one fundraising event

  • Meets with the national consultant (if applicable)

  • Has an updated Code of Conduct

  • Maintains a compliance/efficiency score above 70% for the year

  • Has detailed annual budget and dues collection process/policy

  • Has a clearly stated vision and has some goals developed for chapter

  • Hosts 2 or more fundraising events per year

  • Meets with the national consultant (if applicable) and implements items from consultant's report

  • Demonstrates implementation of Code of Conduct

  • Chapter applies for national and local awards through their national organization, NGLA, or Fraternity & Sorority Life

  • Maintains a compliance/efficiency score above 85% for the year

Meets expectations of a 3 Star Chapter and also fulfills the following:

  • Hosts multiple fundraising events per year and includes outside funding as a part of annual budget

  • Meets with the national consultant (if applicable) and effectively implements recommendations given

  • Has an updated Code of Conduct and demonstrates effective implementation

  • Chapter leaders work together and delegate responsibilities throughout the chapter

  • Chapter applies for national and local awards through their national organization, NGLA, or Fraternity & Sorority Life

  • Maintains a compliance/efficiency score above 90% for the year



Leadership

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Leadership Development/Membership Education

Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Members/alumni attend or participate in one national, regional or local conference or leadership development opportunity per year

  • Hosts at least one educational program for members each term beyond prescribed programming in section 1

  • Encourages members to attend CEO LEAD workshops and other leadership development opportunities

  • Members/alumni attend or participate in several national, regional and local conferences or leadership development opportunities

  • Hosts 2 or more educational programs each term facilitated by experts in the field (not chapter officers/members)

  • Hosts at least one educational program open to the entire Drexel community

  • Encourages members to attend CEO LEAD workshops and other leadership development opportunities

  • Members/alumni attend or participate in multiple national, regional and local conferences or leadership development opportunities

  • Provides opportunities for leadership development with newer members and continues growth in leadership throughout undergraduate membership

  • Has a comprehensive Membership Development Plan and illustrates how it is put into action

  • Chapter hosts or attends multiple educational programs facilitated by experts in the field (not chapter officers/members) each term and members demonstrates how this knowledge has impacted them/the chapter




Parent & Family Relations

Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Chapter hosts at least one event per year for parents and families

  • Chapter hosts at least one event per year for parents and families

  • Chapter participates in/hosts an event during Drexel Family Weekend

  • Chapter send communication to parents and family at least once per year

  • Chapter provides information to parents and families of new members during the new member/intake process

  • Chapter hosts two events or more per year for parents and families, including an event during Drexel Family Weekend

  • Chapter invites parents and families to various chapter events that are not just limited to families

  • Chapter has regular communication with parents and families throughout the year

  • Chapter provides information to parents and families of new members at the beginning of the new member/intake process, including through their website, information pamphlet or other outlet



Leadership

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Campus Involvement

Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)



  • At least 50% of members belong to a student or campus organization outside the chapter



  • Co-hosts at least one event throughout the year with a student organization or office outside of the FSL community



  • 100% of members participate in at least one student/community organization outside of the chapter



  • Members hold leadership positions within other student organizations



  • Co-hosts two or more events throughout the year with a student organization or office outside of the FSL community



  • Chapter hosts at least one event per year for campus faculty, staff and administration



  • 100% members participate in a student/community organization outside of the chapter; many belong to multiple student organizations and a variety of organizations are represented



  • 25% of members hold leadership positions in other student organizations or serve in other leadership roles on campus (RA, OL, LA, etc.)



  • Collaborates with multiple student and/or community organizations when hosting activities and enacting initiatives



  • Actively participates in University initiatives like NSO, NSD, Hazing Prevention Week, Spring Jam, Open Houses, CAN DU and Move In



  • Chapter hosts at least one event per year for campus faculty, staff and administration

Evaluation Rubric - Service to the Community


Service to the Community

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Hands-on Community Service

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Hosts at least 1 hands-on service event for its members during each of the 4 terms

  • Averages at least 5 hours of community service per member for the year

  • Members understand and can communicate the difference between philanthropy and hands-on community service

  • Hosts more than 1 hands-on service opportunity for its members each term

  • Averages at least 15 hours of community service per member for the year and submits hours to FSL

  • Members understand and can communicate the difference between philanthropy and hands-on community service

  • Includes new members in community service opportunities

  • Hosts multiple hands-on service opportunities for its members each term

  • Averages 25 hours or more of community service per member for the year and submits hours to FSL

  • Has community service requirement for all members and the majority of members meet that requirement

  • Members understand and can communicate the difference between philanthropy and hands-on community service

  • Members can communicate the affect of their service on the community and the value it has for themselves

  • Incorporates reflection opportunities and activities in its service events

  • Members participate in other organizations’ community service events

  • Utilizes community service events as part of their recruitment plan

  • Collaborates with the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement

Service to the Community

1 Star

2 Star

3 Star

4 Star

Philanthropy

  • Chapter meets minimum expectations (section 1)

  • Hosts at least one event for their national (or local) philanthropy during the year

  • Participate in at least one other organization’s philanthropy event

  • Hosts at least one event for their national (or local) philanthropy during the year which involves a significant number of members of the organization

  • Philanthropic events include some educational component about their charitable cause

  • Participates in other organizations’ philanthropy events

  • Records at least one chapter Greek-to-Greek donation per year

  • Encourages members to support Greek-wide philanthropic initiatives (Greek Week, Toy Drive, etc.)

  • Hosts more than one event for their national (or local) philanthropy or other charitable organization during the year

  • Philanthropic events include a substantial educational component about their charitable cause

  • Actively participates in other organizations’ philanthropy events representing all three councils throughout the year

  • Records multiple chapter Greek-to-Greek donation per year

  • Reaches outside the fraternity and sorority community for support for their philanthropic events

  • Actively supports Greek-wide philanthropic initiatives (Greek Week, Toy Drive, etc.)





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