Associate Member Program

NOTICE FOR THE FALL 2020 SEMESTER

Virtual Associate Member Program

Delta Chi is implementing a virtual session of our award-winning Associate Member program this fall. The programs will be four weeks long, with all sessions taking place on Wednesdays at 8pm Eastern Time. The program will run October 7-28, 2020. Chapters and Colonies can advise full AM classes to participate in this program. Associate Member Counselors (AMCs) will also be provided with a reflection guide to host small group discussions with Associate Members between the meetings. The deadline to register is October 6, 2020 at midnight. Please contact Jake Tomlin, Director of Fraternity Services, at jtomlin@deltachi.org with any questions.

Click the link below to register for a session:

Virtual Associate Member Program Registration

Associate Member Counselor Reflection Guide

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Why The Associate Member Program?

Delta Chi values the associate member experience and believes in the importance of a structured program to acclimate and orient the members to the fraternity. Chapters and colonies can participate in a program that ranges from 4-8 weeks. The manuals provided on this page outline a standardized 4, 6, and 8-week program. The decision regarding the number of weeks the associate member program lasts should be made with intentionality and adhere to any university policies put in place. 

Building Your Associate Member Program

The four cardinal principles of promoting friendship, developing character, advancing justice, and assisting in the acquisition of a sound education are the core of the Fraternity’s purpose, and should be the focal point of the educational process for the associate members. Remember, education of associate members does not stop once they become members. Delta Chi values education and is committed to the continuous education of our members throughout their time in college and beyond.

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*** – It is recommended that you print the workbooks and have participants write in them. If printing is unavailable, an interactive version of each workbook and facilitator guide is available.

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