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Fap (fraternity action plan) Fap (fraternity action plan) Presentation Transcript

  • Fraternity Action Plan
  • Agenda
    Changes that E-board pledges to implement
    Bylaws
    Meeting structure
    Pledge documentation
    Open discussion
    1/6 rule
    Anonymous voting
    Role of the PAP
  • Bylaws
    Constitutional Convention next semester for all brothers
    • Education on content and how to change them
    • After next semester, include in new brother orientation
    • Update for existing brothers
    Either MOR or standards committee/chair
  • Meeting Structure
    All pledge-related discussion comes LAST
    • Will increase the weight put on non-pledge matters
    Detailed minutes shall be sent out after meetings
    Improve access to attendance records
    • Records should include the reasons for excused absences
    Bring back the gavel
    • Meetings need to run more efficiently
    Bring back chair reports
  • Pledge Documentation
    For midcourt and 3/4
    Quantitative – MOR shall prepare the following:
    • Quiz scores
    • Signature count
    Qualitative – PM shall prepare the following:
    • Assigned tasks and performance
    Powerpoint format (like bid selection)
  • 1/6 Rule
    Pros
    • Supports the notion that “it’s better to miss out on a good brother than let a bad brother in”
    • With full attendance (approx. 60 members) 1/6 is a significant number of brothers
    • Upholds brotherhood unity
    Cons
    • Not rule by majority
    • Potential for alienation of those who vote no
  • Anonymous Voting
    Pros
    • No swing voting
    • The minority would not feel alienated
    Cons
    • Can’t hold people accountable for their votes
    • Encourages uninformed or impulse voting
    • AKPsi should be an open forum where all brothers’ decisions are respected
  • Role of the PAP
    Originated to “cover our ass” with nationals
    Role of the PAP is tied to what we want for the future of AKPsi
    Is it just an excuse not to drop somebody at midcourt?
    • Is it equivalent to a maybe vote?
    If we want to evaluate pledges at ¾ according to the strict standards set by the PAP, why isn’t every pledge getting one?
  • Future of the Fraternity?
    Open discussion
    Take down notes
    Follow-up presentation by E-board
    Major questions:
    • Professional vs. social
    • Allocation of attention between pledge and non-pledge process matters
    • How to increase motivation/participation
    • Trust within the brotherhood (Seth’s comment)
    • How to treat past classes (Rhos, Xis)
  • Thank You