Current Greek Member Resources
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General Greek Life Information
FIPG (Fraternal Information & Programming Group)
Policies & Procedures
Student Organization Registration
NPC Sorority Information
NPC Recruitment Documents
IFC Fraternity Information
IFC Recruitment Documents
Hazing is any intentional, knowing, or reckless act occurring on or off the campus of UT Tyler that endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student.
--UT System Regents' Rules, Rule 50101
Hazing with or without the consent of a student inflicting the hazing or the person submitting to the hazing is not permitted and subject to immediate discipline. In addition, as a part of the registration process each semester, each organization must sign a written statement acknowledging that the organization does not engage in hazing activities which may be dangerous, harmful, or degrading to the student. For additional information about hazing policies, please refer to Subchapter 2.7, Sec. 2.7-304 for Student Organizations and Chapter 8, Sec. 8-8.04 for Student Conduct and Discipline in the Manual of Policies and Procedures for Student Affairs.
Report a hazing incident to:
Director of Residence Life & Judicial Affairs
Assistant Director, Student Life & Leadership
For counseling, contact The Student Counseling Center
If you are concerned about the behavior of a student, please use the link below to report that information to the Student Concerns Committee. The link will take you to
the Student of Concern electronic report page. Please include all relevant information you can in the forms on that page before clicking on the submit button. Please include your contact information so we can follow up if we need more information. If you have an immedate concern, please contact UPD at (903) 566-7060 or dial 911 if it is an emergency.