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Director’s Message………………………………………………………...1 Council Officers……………………………………………………………...2 2012-2013 Chapter Statistics……………………………………….…3 Inter-Community Leadership Opportunities……………..…...5 Scholastic Excellence……………………………………………………..6 Servants to the Community…………………………………….…....7 Accountability and Action………………………………………..…...8 Council Accomplishments……………………………………………...9 Greek Awards 2013 Recipients…………………………..………...11 Leadership on Campus…....………………….……………………….12 Academic Achievements……………………………………..……….13 New Additions to the Community…………………………….....14 Community Representation At MTSU….……….……………...15 Acknowledgements……………………………………….……….…...17
Director’s Message Dear MTSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Community, Thank you for your support and commitment throughout the past year! The MTSU fraternity and sorority community continues to make great strides. Our office has been so impressed with the high caliber of students and chapters we serve. The purpose of this report is to provide you with a comprehensive glance of where we’ve been and where we’re headed! Below are some of our community highlights: Two new chapters were added to the Interfraternity Council, Phi Delta Theta and Phi Mu Alpha during Fall 2012. Two students from all four councils attended the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values, Central Fraternal Leadership Conference, in Indianapolis, IN during the spring semester. Our FSL chapters contributed $37,299.98 to local and national charities and donated 18,135 service hours to MTSU and Rutherford County. Over 614 fraternity and sorority members made the Dean’s List during the 2012-2013 academic year. As we begin the 2013-2014 academic year, it is our hope that we can keep the momentum going and work together to advance fraternity and sorority life at MTSU. We are so appreciative of our partnership with students, staff, faculty, alumni volunteers, and international headquarters. With these relationships, we are able to provide students with a valuable fraternity and sorority experience at Middle Tennessee State University. Interfraternally,
Allison E. Commings
Donald S. Abels
Allison E. Commings Director
Donald S. Abels Interim Coordinator
Council Officers Jared Adams Michael Robinson Carter Noblin Tyler Muller Nick Koloski Alex Musselman James Lee
Interfraternity Council President IFC Vice President of Judicial Affairs IFC V.P. of Scholarship IFC V.P. of Recruitment IFC V.P. of Membership Development IFC V.P. of Finance IFC V.P. of Community Relations
Vanessa Leon Iris Montes Cymone Samuels Kyla Gwyn
Multicultural Greek Council President MGC Vice President MGC Treasurer MGC Secretary
Lauren Baskin Jaquisha Grey Keenon Fox Symone Collins ----------- -------Netta Dobbins Juawon Cain
National Pan-Hellenic Council President NPHC Vice President NPHC Treasurer NPHC Secretary NPHC Parliamentarian NPHC Step Show-Chair NPHC Step Show-Assistant Chair
Katie Clark Victoria Mathis Anna Miles Desiree DeStefano Haley Cobb Carlee Lane Megan Hutson Shelby Wade
Panhellenic Council President PHC Vice President of Judicial Affairs PHC V.P. of Recruitment PHC Treasurer PHC Secretary PHC Rho Sigma Coordinator PHC Public Relations Director PHC Scholarship
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2012-2013 Chaptersâ€™ Statistics
Total Members Fall 2012
Chapter GPA Spring 2013
New Members Spring 2013
Total Members Spring 2013
Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Chi Omega Delta Sigma Theta Iota Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Order Kappa Alpha Psi Kappa Delta Kappa Sigma Lambda Theta Alpha Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma Phi Delta Theta* Phi Mu Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Gamma Rho Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi Zeta Phi Beta Zeta Tau Alpha
2.58 3.02 3.12 2.57 2.76 3.17 2.95 ** 2.37
2.43 N/A 3.18 N/A 2.56 3.15 2.94 ** 1.57
16 N/A 31 N/A 11 32 45 1 11
40 63 107 10 48 100 61 2 38
2.52 3.12 3.11 2.85 2.8 3.13 2.89 ** 2.51
** N/A ** N/A 2.33 3.19 N/A N/A **
2 N/A 2 N/A 7 5 N/A N/A 1
37 66 100 8 48 97 56 2 30
0 231 2314.5 0 3686 787 32 *** 319.75
$2,400 $442 $11,000 0 $231 $400 $266.50 *** 0
2.88 2.50 2.98 2.47 2.88 N/A 2.88 2.39 2.92 2.70 2.50 2.48 2.55 2.89 3.11 2.92
2.69 2.12 N/A N/A N/A 3.02 3.0 2.24 2.94 2.77 N/A 2.46 2.24 2.36 N/A 2.79
24 16 N/A N/A N/A 33 6 13 12 14 0 20 9 11 N/A 31
75 46 4 3 8 33 43 39 49 44 7 59 20 42 6 87
2.9 2.5 3.3 2.21 2.51 2.79 3.01 2.76 2.71 2.78 2.54 2.42 3.07 3.05
2.61 2.03 N/A 2.00 2.42 2.79 2.79 3.06 ** ** N/A 2.18 3.11 N/A
9 10 N/A 9 6 36 7 3 2 2 N/A 6 5 N/A
75 44 4 12 13 36 40 31 47 40 6 52 13 28
626 210 8.5 0 888 *** 446 330 1,000 523 *** 794 57.5 ? 0 526
? $7,200 $152.50 *** $2,050 *** *** $2,200 $600 $4,530 *** 0 0 $8,025 0 $845
Totals and Averages
* = Colony Organization ** = GPA will not be listed to protect the privacy of individual students *** = No Information Provided = Not in good standing with university/national headquarters
2012 Philanthropy Dollars Raised
New Members Fall 2012
2012 Community Service Hours
New Member GPA Fall 2012
New Member GPA Spring 2013
Chapter GPA Fall 2012
Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi
2012-2013 Chaptersâ€™ Statistics Service Hours Members of Fraternity and Sorority Life at MTSU donated 18,153 service hours to Middle Tennessee individuals and organizations in 2012-2013.
Philanthropic Dollars Donated Our Greek chapters and organizations contributed $37,299.98 to local and national charities during the 2012-2013 academic year.
Inter-Community Leadership Opportunities Greek Orientation Team 2012-2013 The Greek Orientation Team is in its second year at MTSU. The members selected for the Greek Orientation Team serves as ambassadors for the fraternity and sorority community. These members represent the community, promote the benefits of joining an organization, and focus on values congruence. This yearâ€™s members include Kim Albritton, Zac Dupwe, Cole Harper, Amber Hays, KaDeadra McNealy, Erik Merchant, Rebecca Neely, Moriah Rosser, Taylor Thompson, and Miranda Villanueva.
Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) During the summer of 2012, the Interfraternity Council sent three of its top members to UIFI to Represent MTSU. The conference was hosted at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. Alex Mussleman (Sigma Phi Epsilon), Buddy Renner (Sigma Pi), and Tyler Muller (Sigma Nu) provided testimonials about what they learned while at the institute. UIFIâ€™s main purpose is to inspire and educate the current generation of fraternity and sorority leaders to become dedicated, courageous, and principled builders of the future.
Association of Fraternal Leadership And Values Council leaders attended the annual Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Conference held in Indianapolis, IN. Council-specific Programming targets fraternity and sorority governing leaders and their advisors. It also serves as a forum to discuss current campus events and issues that impact all members of the fraternity and sorority community. The conference was held in conjunction with the National Black Greek Leadership Conference.
Fraternal Values Society Nu Chapter The Nu Chapter of the Fraternal Values Society, chartered in the Fall of 2001, in Fall 2012 had a great start by electing the Board of Trustees and laying out the foundation for the organization. The society exists to provide a home for conversation, to provide a voice to the values movement, and to create a sustainable network within each fraternal community for those who wa nt their fraternal experience to be representative of the founding fraternal/ethical values of our organizations.
Scholastic Excellence Order of Omega Xi Beta Chapter Order of Omega is a honor society for members of fraternities and sororities. The organization recognizes juniors and senior who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and involvement within their respective organizations and the campus and local community as a whole. Members are selected from the top 3% of fraternity and sorority members at MTSU. This academic year, the organization took time to restructure the organization to improve member participation. One change that was implemented was the move of philanthropies to Second Harvest. Xi Beta initiated eight members in the Fall of 2012 and 17 in the Spring of 2013. Officers: President: Carely Wigren, Vice President: Zaver Moore, and Secretary/Treasurer: Jennifer Isenburg Members: Kristina Amsler, Zachary Anderson, Amy Burns, Hanna Caylor, Haley Cobb, Wesley Compton, Kelsey Dempsey, Chelsey Elliot, Lucy Estes, Lauren Foley, Melina Gonalez, Ginney Hadley, Ashley Henley, Meredith Holt, Hailey Horton, Adrianne Horvath, Emily Kinzer, Carlee Lane, Jacob Lisemby, Brandon Loso, Broc Matthews, Tazamisha Maston, Anna Miles, Iris Montes, Patrick Morrison, Corinne Neal, Corbyn Payne, Charles Parks, Kimberly Ploof, Kristin Pogue, Buddy Renner, Jamia Richmond, Cecily Rivers, Tyler Sanders, Cody Smith, Amanda Vicary, Chloe West, JoAnna Wilson, John Wilson, and Joshua Young.
Academic Excellence (Required to have a chapter GPA of at least 3.0)
Fall 2012 Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Kappa Alpha
Spring 2013 Alpha Delta Pi Delta Sigma Theta Lambda Theta Alpha Alpha Omicron Pi Chi Omega Alpha Kappa Alpha
Scholarship Recipients Dean Judy Smith Scholarship:
Jamia Richmond, Alpha Delta Pi Interfraternal Council Scholarship:
Colin Sullivan, Sigma Pi 6
Servants to the Community Non-Profit Organizations Served All Things Possible American Heart Association Antioch High School Band Arthritis Foundation Autism Foundation Boys and Girls Club-Murfreesboro Breast Cancer Awareness The Center for the Arts The Discovery Center Domestic Violence Center-Murfreesboro FCCLA Fisher House Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Goodwill Green House Ministries Habitat for Humanity Make A Wish Foundation Middle Tennessee Red Cross MTSU Foundation Murfreesboro Emergency Services Nashville Children’s Hospital Nashville Rescue Mission Nashville YMCA National Alliance of Mental Illness Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA) PUSH America Ronald McDonald House Rutherford County PAWS Salvation Army-Murfreesboro Second Harvest Food Bank Soles for Souls Special Kids-Murfreesboro St. Jude’s Children Hospital To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) Toys for Tots United Way-Murfreesboro
Kappa Delta’s 10th Annual Wing Fling The Delta Pi chapter of Kappa Delta hosted their annual event, Wing Fling, on April 13th, 2013. The proceeds from the event went to Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA). Every year, several local restaurants, grocery stores and student organizations participate in the wing competition. For this event, Delta Pi raised over $17,500 for PCAA.
Phi Beta Sigma’s Steppin’ for a Cure
MTSU SGA’s “The Big Event”
The Iota Mu chapter of Phi Beta Sigma hosted their annual “Steppin’ for a Cure” event on March 5th, 2013. The purpose for this event was to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. All six of the Panhellenic Council sororities and one IFC fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, created a routine and designed their show for this event. For this successful event, Iota Mu raised $2,000 to donate.
Members of the fraternity and sorority Community volunteered at the 4th annual The Big Event. This event is sponsored by the SGA and is the largest one-day, student run service project in the nation. Students of MTSU come together to say “Thank You” to Murfreesboro.
Accountability and Action “He Ain’t Heavy” On September 27, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life showed the documentary “He Ain’t Heavy”. The film detailed the intake process, from the point of view of a newly recruited member. Although graphic, the movie made its point by focusing the Greek community’s attention on the dangers of hazing and the short-term and long-term effects it leaves for everyone involved. After the movie, members were given the chance to reflect on what they just saw. Overall, the video provided a well-taught lesson about what hazing can do to the individual(s) and organization(s) involved.
Greek Week 2013 The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life hosted their annual Greek Week celebration on April 15th-19th, 2013. During this week, the office brought in speakers, hosted trivia nights and other activities which led up to Greek Awards 2013 on April 20. The week also displayed what the community had accomplished during the academic year. This year, the office brought Stan Pearson to talk about being the “It” factor within an organization. On Thursday of the week, the office cosponsored a trivia night with Raider Entertainment. Lastly, on the morning of Greek Awards, members of the community came out to support MTSU Athletics by participating in the C-USA photo, which will be displayed on promotional materials for the up-coming football season. That night hundreds of Greek men and women came together to celebrate the success of their fellow community members and organizations at the awards show.
Hazing Prevention Week On September 24th-28th, 2013, the office sponsored their annual Greeks Against Hazing Week. During the week, the Greek community participated in various activities that promote hazing prevention. There was also a speaker who came to show a movie he produced that gave an inside look into what could happen as a result of hazing. Over 800 members of the community were in attendance and left from there both concerned, yet motivated to make a change.
Gold Standard Assessment The Greek Gold Standard was implemented as a tool to assess the level of performance of each of MTSU’s Fraternity and Sorority organizations. This mandatory assessment rates chapters based on their attainment of benchmarks set in four function areas – leadership, scholarship, friendship and service. The Gold Standard Assessment is a way to hold our MTSU Greek community to the values we all share as members of this community. The standard recognizes those chapters excelling in every facet of Fraternity and Sorority Life at MTSU. Gold Standard chapters met at least 90 percent of the criteria on the assessment. The chapters awarded Gold Standard distinction for this year includes Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and Sigma Pi. The Gold Standard program continues to be implemented on a semester basis and is aligned with the MTSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Strategic Plan.
Council Accomplishments Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council welcomed 211 new members. During this academic year, Phi Delta Theta continued through the colonization process and Phi Kappa Tau is to start the colonization process in the Fall of 2013. During the Fall 2012 semester, the Greek Leadership Team ( United Greek Men), continue to meet about recruitment skills and leadership lessons. The council’s signature event for this year was “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes”. They collaborated with the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students and the Murfreesboro Domestic Violence Center. There were over 30 students, faculty, and staff members who participated in this event. For the event, all of the men present were to walk a mile in women’s shoes. They traveled from the Recreation Center, across campus to Middle Tennessee Boulevard and back to the Recreation Center. All in attendance would agree that is was a very successful event. Collectively, the council raised $17,270.74 and totaled 8,287.5 community service hours.
Multicultural Greek Council The Multicultural Greek Council currently has one sorority, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. During the academic year, they sponsored an event called “Miss Universal”. They also hosted an informational where they spoke about the expansion plans for the council. The Multi-cultural Greek Council is continuing their ex pansion plans with Phi Iota Alpha Latin Fraternity, Inc and Sigma Phi Beta Multicultural Fraternity, Inc into the Fall 2013 semester.
Council Accomplishments National Pan-Hellenic Council The National Pan-Hellenic Council welcomed 57 new members. The council held its annual Step Show on October 5. They also held multiple forums to discuss concerns within the council and for the council officers to openly answer questions. The National Pan-Hellenic Council’s signature event was the “NPHC Week”. During this week, they had multiple events like a Talent Show, where over 400 people were in attendance, and NPHC Trivia. For the Talent Show, they raised over $1200. The trivia night asked participants questions about the history of the council and who(m) founded the various organizations that make up the Divine Nine. Collectively, the council raised $2, 758.50 and totaled 1,578 community service hours.
Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council welcomed 212 women as new members this year. The council brought in Mrs. Dee Dee Cooper to talk about domestic violence and her experience with it. The event was called “Have You Been Hit By Love” and was cosponsored by the June Anderson Center for Women and Non-Traditional Students. They also sponsored their annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 24. Although it rained, the women of the Panhellenic Council still held the successful event. Collectively, the organizations within this council raised over $17,270.74 and totaled 8,287.5 community service hours.
Greek Awards 2013 Recipients Outstanding Senior
Victor Felts Greek Man of the Year
Hailey Horton, Alpha Chi Omega Ryne Alexander, Alpha Tau Omega Tramaine Nixon, Delta Sigma Theta Amy Burns, Kappa Delta
Joshua Young, Pi Kappa Phi
Risk Reduction Programming Award Sigma Pi
Outstanding New Member
Dean Judy Greek Woman of the Year
Jared Adams, Sigma Nu Iris Montes, Lambda Theta Alpha
Meredith Holt, Alpha Delta Pi
Outstanding Social Event
Campus Program of the Year
Alpha Tau Omega & Chi Omega
Pi Kappa Phi, Empathy Dinner
Outstanding Community Servant
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, & Sigma Chi
Ashley Cranston, Alpha Omicron Pi
Advisor of the Year
Outstanding Faculty Member
Gail Boyd, Delta Sigma Theta
Dr. Janet K. McCormick
Philanthropy of the Year
Outstanding Public Relations
Phi Beta Sigma, Steppin’ for a Cure
Outstanding Community Service Programming
Outstanding Alumni Relations Alpha Kappa Alpha
Kappa Delta, Wing Fling
Most Improved Chapter
President of the Year
Alpha Chi Omega
Cara Hill, Alpha Delta Pi
President’s Cup Sigma Pi, IFC Delta Sigma Theta, NPHC Alpha Delta Pi, PHC
Chapter of the Year Alpha Delta Pi
Leadership on Campus Student Government Association
Student Orientation Assistants
Kristina Amsler, Zeta Tau Alpha Benton Beasley, Sigma Nu Kelley Benson, Alpha Omicron Pi Cody Beiber, Sigma Nu Chris Davis, Kappa Alpha Order Taylor DeBord, Alpha Delta Pi Shelby Gray, Chi Omega Emma Hamilton, Alpha Delta Pi Jordan Higgs, Alpha Tau Omega Meredith Holt, Alpha Delta Pi Whitney Hyder, Alpha Chi Omega Emily Rose Jacobsen, Alpha Chi Omega Morgan King, Alpha Omicron Pi Jacob Lisemby, Sigma Pi Brandon Loso, Alpha Tau Omega Olivia Lovell, Kappa Delta Rachel Maddox, Alpha Chi Omega Anna Miles, Chi Omega Tyler Mingle, Phi Mu Alpha Kelley Oberg, Alpha Chi Omega Lindsey Platt, Alpha Delta Pi Buddy Renner, Sigma Pi Jamia Richmond, Alpha Delta Pi Jordan Sherrell, Sigma Pi Colin Sullivan, Sigma Pi
Jared Adams, Sigma Nu Patrick Morrison, Alpha Tau Omega
Senators: Benton Beasley, Sigma Nu Cody Beiber, Sigma Nu Kelley Benson, Alpha Omicron Pi Rosalyn Brown, Alpha Kappa Alpha Haley Cobb, Alpha Chi Omega Grant Corcoran, Sigma Chi Chris Davis, Kappa Alpha Order Nicholas Goff, Phi Delta Theta Austin Heithcock, Alpha Tau Omega Meredith Holt, Alpha Delta Pi Nick Koloski, Kappa Alpha Order James Lee, Alpha Tau Omega Haley Logsdon, Kappa Delta Brandon Loso, Alpha Tau Omega Zaver Moore, Alpha Tau Omega Gerita Perry, Alpha Kappa Alpha Jamia Richmond, Alpha Delta Pi Tiffani Shaw, Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. Joshua Young, Pi Kappa Phi
2012-2013 Student Ambassadors Tandra Martin, Alpha Delta Pi Kelly Oberg, Alpha Chi Omega JoAnna Wilson, Alpha Chi Omega
Classifications for the Community Members Freshman 379
221 Sophomore 266
2012-2013 Fraternity and Sorority Life GPA Breakdown Number of People 700 654 1,175 1,136
GPA 3.05 3.04 2.89 2.89
All University Women (Fall) All University Women (Spring) All University Student (Fall) All University Student (Spring) All Fraternity Men (Fall)
All Fraternity Men (Spring) All University Men (Fall) All University Men (Spring)
481 9,961 8,943
All Sorority Women (Fall) All Sorority Women (Spring) All Greek Student (Fall) All Greek Student (Spring)
Over 614 Greek members received the MTSU Deanâ€™s List distinction during the 2012-2013 academic year!
New Additions to the Community
Phi Delta Theta (ΦΔΘ)
Phi Mu Alpha (ΦMA)
Founded Type Motto Colors Flower Chapters Members
December 30, 1848 (164 years old) Social “One man is no man” Azure Argent White Carnation 170 240,000 lifetime +
Nickname Phi Delt Homepage www.phideltatheta.org
October 6, 1898 (114 years old) Type Special Interest Emphasis Music Colors Scarlett Red Old Gold Black Flower Chrysanthemum Chapters 242 Members 6,600 collegiate Nickname Sinfonians Homepage www.sinfonia.org Founded
Community Representation at MTSU Our community is not just involved in our own organizations! The list below reflects all other organizations where FSL obtains membership! A.R.M.S. AAFCS ACG AIGA Air Traffic Control Organization Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Omega College Group American Concrete Industry Area Government ASL Association of Recording Management Students Audio Engineering Society Autism Speaks Band of Blue Baptist Collegiate Ministry Barnabas Vision Basketball Club Team BBBS Delta Gamma Sigma Better Together Interfaith Organization Blue Crew Blue Elite Blue Raider American Veterans Organization Bluebells Buchanan Fellowship Campus Crusades for Christ Campus Life Ministries Campus Outreach Chemistry Club CMA Edu: MTSU Collage College Republicans Concert Chorale CRU Dance Team EMC Production Equestrian Team Fashion and Design Students First Step for STEM Majors
FUTURO Gamma Beta Phi Gamma Iota Sigma Geography Club Golden Key Honor Society Grammy U Greek CRU HAS High-Five Club Honor’s Collage Honors Biology Club Honors Student Association Humans in Crisis Club IABC IMA International Mission Board Iota Tau Alpha Kampus Krown Lacrosse Club Team Ladies of the Lyre Lambda Sigma Honor Society Masters Swim Club McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program Mocha Club Mock Trial Club Model United Nations MT10 News MTSU Advertising Club MTSU Agriculture Council MTSU Baha’l Association MTSU Bass Fishing Team MTSU Catholic MTSU Cheerleading MTSU Dance Company MTSU Film Guild MTSU Future Farmers Association-Collegiate MTSU String Association MTSU Symphonic Band MTSU Wind Ensemble NAACP
Community Representation at MTSU National Art Education Association National Honor Society of Science Teachers National Social Work Honor Society National Society of Collegiate Scholars National Society of Leadership and Success National Student Speech-Language Hearing Associaton NCLS Omega Delta Kappa Omega Delta Psi Recording Industry Fraternity Phi Alpha Phi Kappa Phi Photo Society Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society Pi Sigma Epsilon Pre-Physical Therapy Club Pre-Scripts Pre-Veterinary Student Honor Society Psi Chi International Honor Society Psychology Club Public Relations Student Society of America Queens for a Cause Raider Entertainment Raider Health Corporation Raiders Against Animal Cruelty Raiders for Autism Awareness Raiders for Christ Raiders for Young Children Raiders to Bare Arms Rowdy Raiders Scholar Cantorum Honor Choir Scholarâ€™s Academy SDA SGA Freshman Council SGA Homecoming Committee SGA Judicial Board SGA Senate SGA Court of Traffic Appeals Sidelines Sigma Alpha Lambda Sigma Nu Tau Entrepreneurship Honor Society Social Work Salvation Army Sociology Club
STEA Student Art Alliance Student Athletic Training Association Student Diatetic Association Student National Medical Association Student Nursing Association Student Orientation Assistant Student Support Services Students Against the Death Penalty Students For Environmental Awareness Students for Feminism and Equality Students in Free Enterprise Tau Sigma The Global Medical Brigades The Pre-Med Society To Write Love On Her Arms United Nations Student Alliance Up Tilâ€™ Dawn Volleyball Club Team Wesley Foundation Wishmakers of MTSU WMTS (MTSU Radio Station) Women in Aviation Wrestling Club Team Yoga and Meditation Club of MTSU Young Life
Acknowledgements As we reflect on the accomplishments of the MTSU Fraternity and Sorority community over the past year, we would like to take the time to thank those who have been central to the growth and development. Dr. Debra Sells, Vice President of Student Affairs Sarah Sudak, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Student Life Dr. Danny Kelley, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Jackie Victory, Director for Leadership and Service Barbara Scales, Director for June Anderson Center Valerie Avent, Assistant Director for June Anderson Center Vincent Windrow, Director for Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Jonell Hinsey, Assistant Director for Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Caroline Bizot, Assistant Director for Multicultural Recruitment and Retention Virginia Ellis, Executive Aide, Center for Student Involvement and Leadership Penny Nichols, Account Clerk, Center for Student Involvement and Leadership Lisa Schrader, Director for Health Promotions Richard Kershaw, Director of Student Programming Jennifer Kirk, Assistant Director for Student Programming Cynthia Stone, Director for Student Unions Facility Jennifer Rhinehart, Assistant Director for Student Unions Facility Brenda Wunder, Coordinator for Student Unions Vicki Sargent, IT Specialist, VSPA Technology David Tippett, Coordinator for Student Recreation Center Donald Abels, Graduate Assistant, Office of Leadership and Service Deonna Bounds, Graduate Assistant, Office of Leadership and Service Zaver Moore, Program Assistant, Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Jared Adams, Interfraternity Council President Katie Clark, Panhellenic Council President Lauren Baskin, National Pan-Hellenic Council President Vanessa Leon, Multicultural Greek Council President Raider Entertainment Event Coordination Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Chapter Advisors Faculty Advisors Housing Corporation Members