PLEASE NOTE: The organizations listed below are not currently recognized by the University or their National Organization. They should not be recruiting on campus and are no longer under the supervision of the University.
The organization is current with Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Office of Student Involvement requirements, is not under review by the Office of Student Conduct, and has no pending sanctions for completion.
Pending Completion of Sanctions: The organization has not yet completed their educational sanctions, probation, and/or suspension.
Educational Sanctions: In conjunction with any sanction listed below, a registered student organization found to have been in violation of any of the Organizational Rules of Conduct will be assigned educational sanctions that are proportional to the violation such as, but not limited to: reflective/research papers, classes/seminars, community service, restitution, interviews, etc. If a registered student organization has any outstanding educational sanctions at the conclusion of organizational probation or organizational suspension, the organizational probation or organizational suspension will remain in effect pending completion of the educational sanctions.
Probation: A period of time during which any further violation of the Organizational Rules of Conduct puts the registered student organization’s status with the University in jeopardy. Restrictive conditions may also be imposed as part of disciplinary probation and will vary according to the severity of the offense. Restrictive conditions may include barring or limiting some or all of the organization’s activities and/or privileges (including, but not limited to: social activities; intramural competition; organizational competition; Homecoming; eligibility to receive any University award or honorary recognition; privilege to occupy a position of leadership or responsibility in any University registered student organization governing body, publication, or activity; or ability to represent the University in an official capacity or position). If a registered student organization is found “in violation” for another violation of the Organizational Rules of Conduct while on organizational probation, more severe sanctions may be imposed.
Deferred Suspension: Organizational deferred suspension is used for offenses found serious enough to warrant organizational suspension, but where the specific circumstances of the case mitigate the offense or for repeated offenses of a less serious nature. Organizational deferred suspension is a designated period of time during which a registered student organization is given the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to abide by the community’s expectations of behavior articulated in the Organizational Rules of Conduct. For more, please see The Golden Rule.
Suspension: While on organizational suspension, the registered student organization loses it University recognition and/or registration for a temporary period of time. While an organization is suspended, it may not use University resources or participate as an organization in any University activities or events.
Under Review: The Office of Student Conduct (OSC) has received a report of an alleged violation of the UCF Rules of Conduct. OSC is in the process of reviewing the alleged incident through the Organization Conduct Review Process. For more, please see The Golden Rule
Interim Suspension: Where deemed necessary to protect the safety and well-being of others, of the university, or of property, the Director of the OSC or designee, upon notifying the VP of SDES or designee, may take immediate action to resolve the situation by placing the registered student organization on interim suspension. Interim organizational suspension is not a sanction. Interim organization suspension is preliminary in nature; it is in effect only until there is a resolution of the student conduct matter.
Unrecognized Groups are groups that have had their UCF Registration revoked, a permanent severance of the organization’s relationship with UCF.
*Information regarding chapter statuses is from or adapted from the UCF Golden Rule Student Handbook.
Spring 2018 Scorecard