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Five - Step Approach to Survivor Support

Student Handbook

Student Organization Handbook (RSO)

Office of the University Ombudsperson

  • Anonymous Reporting: In some cases, a student one may want to report a concern anonymously. Michigan State University has implemented a telephone hotline including a web reporting feature to help maintain adherence to ethical practices. The purpose of the hotline is to provide an anonymous method to report known or suspected misconduct at Michigan State University. Misconduct related to the following areas can be reported through the hotline: fiscal, conflicts of interest, employment, medical/HIPAA, research, safety, athletics, discrimination/harassment, privacy, retaliation, and any other issue that does not fit another category. To visit the website, please go to the MSU Misconduct Hotline.

Greeks Take the Lead

The Greeks Take the Lead Program is a mandatory workshop for all fraternities and sororities in order to be a registered student organizations (RSOs). The Greeks Take the Lead Program serves as a way to help fraternity and sorority students feel empowered by providing further education on how they can intervene and end sexual violence in their chapters and greater community. All chapter presidents and risk managers (or another leadership member, if your chapter does not have a risk manager) participate in leadership-based interactive training, and all general members are required to choose a workshop focused on a specialized topic. Please review the Resource Guide for more information! 

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Learn more about this year's workshop series and register for your workshop.

*Members must fill out the registration form (Register Here!) in order to receive Zoom access for the session(s) of their choice.

Programming Schedule

Chapter Presidents Training: Sunday, January 10, 1pm - 3pm
- IFC & PC Risk Manager Training: Sunday, January 17, 1pm - 2pm
- Supporting Survivors in FSL: Wednesday, February 3, 5:30-6:30PM
- Bystander Intervention and Personal Accountability: Tuesday, February 9, 6-7PM
- Navigating Consent in Fraternity & Sorority Life: Thursday, February 18, 5-6PM
- Keynote: Survivors Become Thrivers: How I am Healing Physical & Mental Trauma to Achieve My Goals: Tuesday, February 23, 7pm - 8pm
- Title IX and You: Implications for Fraternities and Sororities: Wednesday, March 10, 7-8PM
- Racial Identity and Violence: The Experiences of an Intersectional Identity: Monday, March 15, 6-7PM
- Relationships: Considerations when Picking Him, Her or Them: Tuesday, March 23, 6:30-7:30 PM

Further information can be found here:

**Chapters and councils may propose individual events to count towards the “Greeks Take the Lead” Initiative.  Proposed events must address issues related to at least one of the following: relationship violence, sexual misconduct (i.e. assault, harassment or exploitation), stalking, consent, bystander intervention, healthy relationships, supporting survivors or additional topics pertaining to gender-based violence or discrimination. To submit an event for GTTL credit, please fill out the Greeks Take the Lead Event Request Form.

For information on how to organize and propose these events (and other advice for “Greeks Take the Lead” in general), please take a look at the Greeks Take the Lead Official Guide.   

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