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Alpha Sigma Alpha: FIPG

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Marissa Lavorgna

on 15 September 2014

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Transcript of Alpha Sigma Alpha: FIPG

FIPG Risk Management Policy

National Policy on Hazing
Alpha Sigma Alpha forbids hazing. Hazing is defined as an activity that endangers the physical safety of a person, produces mental or physical discomfort; causes embarrassment, fright, humiliation, or ridicule; degrades the individual – whether it is intentional or unintentional.

If any one feels like they are being hazed in any way, this issue needs to be brought up to standards and the president.

National Policy on Use of Name and Insignia
Alpha Sigma Alpha mandates that it’s name, letters or insignia cannot be used in a negative or distasteful manner. Alpha Sigma Alpha’s name, letters or insignia cannot be used in conjunction with:
• Alcoholic beverages
• Connotations of sexual nature
• Statements which demean any other person or organization
• Any other use that reflects poorly on the sorority

Remember that as a sister
of Alpha Sigma Alpha,
we represent women
of poise and purpose.

What Does FIPG Mean?
FIPG is a risk management policy that many fraternities and sororities educate their new members with.

It is a list of national policies to keep all members safe.

If at any point in time you have an issue or problem comes about that is uncomfortable, overwhelming, hard to handle, etc. please contact the president, standards chairman or any advisor of Alpha Sigma Alpha.
National Policy on Alcohol

Sisters who are of legal age (21+) collectively or individually, may
purchase for, serve to, or sell alcoholic beverages to anyone under the legal age.

No alcoholic beverage may be purchased through or with chapter funds

No chapter may co-sponsor an event with an alcohol distributor at which alcohol is given away, sold or otherwise provided to those present.

No chapter may co-sponsor, co-finance or attend/participate in a function at which alcohol is purchased by any of the host chapters, groups or organizations

What is Hazing?

Who should you go to if you feel like you are being hazed?
National Policy on Controlled Substances
Alpha Sigma Alpha requires that each member
abide by federal, state and local laws, and university regulation governing controlled substances.

The possession, sale or use of any illegal drugs, controlled substances or drug paraphernalia while on chapter premises, during a sorority event or at any event that an observer would associate with the sorority is strictly forbidden.
Violation of this policy is cause for
termination of membership
and may lead to closure of the chapter.

Remember, Alpha Sigma Alpha women should always be women of Poise and Purpose.

As new members, you all must participate in an 8 week dry period, which means there will be no consumption of alcohol, drugs, or any other illegal substance.

If you are under the legal age of 21, you should not be consuming alcohol in the first place.

Tell me one thing you learned about the national alcohol policy.
National Policy
on Media and
Internet Usage
Remember to always use social media in a positive way.
Keep in mind that future employers do look at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social medias that are linked with you whether your accounts are private or not.
If any negative things, inappropriate pictures or posts along with posts or pictures that appear to have alcohol or drugs in them will be asked to be taken down immediately. If not, it will result in a Standards meeting.
Give an example of something that WOULD be appropriate for social media
Give me an example of a situation when wearing Alpha Sigma Alpha's letters may not be the best idea and why?
What can you do to make sure that all sisters are following these rules and are staying safe?
How should you approach a sister if you think she is not acting as a woman of poise and purpose?
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