Greeks Take the Lead FAQ

 

Q: I have a disability and need accommodations for the workshop, what do I do?

A: Michigan State University is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services and activities. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting Leah Short, Program Specialist, at gttl@msu.edu. Requests received will be honored whenever possible.

 

Q: I am a survivor and attending a workshops seems like it will be too difficult for me, what do I do?

A: Contact the program specialist for Greeks Take the Lead at gttl@msu.edu and let them know of your concern.

 

Q: I attended a SARV workshop, is this the same thing?

A: No, Greeks Take the Lead is a specialized training that is a different requirement from your general SARV workshop.

 

Q: I’m in a sorority or fraternity, but we are not a Registered Organization. What do I do?

A: All members of Greek life are encouraged to attend workshops that are part of Greeks Take the Lead. If your chapter is a Registered Student Organization (RSO) you are required to attend a workshop to maintain your RSO status. If you’re still unsure of your status or if you need to attend, you may send an email to gttl@msu.edu.

 

Q: Are there any makeups being offered for the general workshops?

A: No

 

Q: I cannot make it to any of the general workshops, what do I do?

A: Greeks Take the Lead is offering an array of workshops on different days and times to accommodate varying schedules. We encourage you to register as soon as possible, as workshops will close once they meet capacity. Do not wait until the last workshop being offered, as it will fill up quickly.

 

Q: I have several members who are on study abroad or in an internship for the semester and can’t make it. What do I do?

A: Send a list of members who will be gone during programming to gttl@msu.edu as soon as possible so that your roster reflects who is in your chapter. If you fail to send in these names, this could compromise your RSO status.