The Stockton University Panhellenic Association is based on democratic principles and organized to afford cooperation among the women’s sororities. Stockton's six women's sororities are expected to abide by the Stockton University Panhellenic Association bylaws, code of ethics, membership recruitment rules, standing rules, and any other governing documents.
Rights of Sorority Chapters
The College Panhellenic Council and its advisors must bear in mind the member chapters give the Panhellenic its authority. The council and advisors guide; they do not decide. A College Panhellenic Council cannot deny a member chapter the right to operate according to its own policies and procedures, including rights such as initiating a woman when she has met the requirements of her sorority.
Sorority women working together serve as role models. They encourage their members to be law-abiding citizens, mindful of others’ rights and dedicated to representing and upholding the principles espoused by every member organization
Other Relevant Jurisdictions
Stockton University, Office of Student Development
Office responsible with overseeing Fraternity & Sorority Life
Responsible for organization recognition and accountability
Able to hold recognized student organizations accountable for organization-related behavior
Stockton University, Office of Student Conduct:
Office within Stockton University that oversees the student conduct code and alleged violations of the code
Made up of university professional staff members
Responsible for student accountability for academic and non-academic violations of the Conduct Code
Able to hold individual students accountable for individual behavior