The IFC, the University of Pennsylvania, and the state of Pennsylvania do not condone hazing in any way. To learn more about the policies, what qualifies as hazing, and how you can improve the culture of your organization to combat hazing, check out the Office of Student Affairs website for hazing education and resources.
OFSL oversees the IFC, and should be the first stop for questions. For specific chapter matters, reach out your chapter adviser. For questions about recruitment/ joining, housing, financials, programming, staff, and administrations, click here. To contact them directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 215.898.5264.
Like OFSL, the Office of Student Affairs is under VPUL. Fro leadership programs, click here. For resource modules, which outline exec board transitions, funding for student groups, bringing a speaker to campus, treasurer, and anti hazing policies, click here.
If you are ever in need for any help with personal situations or similar issues, do not hesitate to visit Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). CAPS offers free and confidential services to all Penn undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. CAPS helps students adjust to university life, manage personal and situational challenges, develop coping strategies, and grow personally and professionally.