The following forms and policies are provided for the convenience and use of Illinois State University registered fraternities and sororities.
These forms are utilized by individual new members. Chapters are required to have new members fill out this form to add people to the roster. Please note to receive a bid and submit a bid form, candidates must meet your organization and council standards.
Greek houses are defined by Illinois state law as structures that provide housing for members of a social fraternity or sorority, exempt from taxation under Section 501(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 50(a)), the active membership of which consists primarily of students in attendance at a public or private institution of higher education. Individual apartments that are part of a larger building with multiple units will not be considered a housing facility.The structure may also provide for other activities in addition to housing. Any housing facility where Illinois State University students reside or participate in activities may be subject to the Code of Student Conduct. In order to be considered for the on-campus housing exemption, the housing structure must meet the following criteria:
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