The Member Resources page provides all undergraduate officers, chairmen, and alumni volunteers with the tools and resources they need to be successful in their day-to-day operations. This page includes information for officer transitioning, 60-day checklists to help newly elected officers, BRIEFs, executive board resources, and more.
Step 1: Officer On-Boarding Series – Part 1 (online)
All undergraduate member interested in running for the “B” and the “C” can access the two-part Officer On-Boarding Series by CLICKING HERE. The course should take no more than 10 minutes.
Note: In order to log into the course, you will need to use the same email address you have on file with Delta Chi International Headquarters.
Step 2: Outgoing Officers prepare to train incoming officers
All outgoing officers should complete the Outgoing Officer Guide. This will help the outgoing officer gather their thoughts and prepare for the 1:1 meeting with the Incoming Officer.
Step 3: Incoming Officers prepare to take on their new position
All incoming officers should complete the Incoming Officer Guide to brainstorm and prepare for the 1:1 meeting with the outgoing officer.
Step 4: Officer On-Boarding Series – Part 2 (Online)
Once the outgoing “C” reports the incoming “B” and “C” to Vault, they will receive an email to complete the second part of the Officer On-Boarding Series. This course will take between 10 – 20 minutes to complete, depending on the position.
Step 5: The outgoing officer and incoming officer have a one-on-one meeting(s)
This meeting should take place between the outgoing and incoming officer; they should use the 1:1 Officer Transition Meeting Guide as a reference.
Note: If the chapter/colony would prefer for the transition meetings you take place at one time, the “A” should coordinate a meeting time where both outgoing and incoming officers are present.
Step 6: Incoming Officer Retreat
The “A” should plan a retreat for the incoming officer retreat. This should take place prior to the start of the next quarter/semester. The purpose the retreat should be to set both short and long-term goals for the chapter. The “BB” and Alumni Board of Trustees (ABT) should be involved in the retreat.
Looking for retreat activities? Consider using the Brotherhood Building Resources from the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).
Step 7: Leadership Programming from IHQ
All Executive Board Members (with the exception of the “A”) should attend their respective Officer Track at the Regional Leadership Conference. The “A” is expected to register and attend for A’s Academy. To register, log into MYDCHI and follow the registration prompts.
Below are 60-day Check Lists for lettered officers and several chairman positions. While these check lists are not meant to be an exhaustive list to govern your entire term, it can get you started on the tasks you will need to complete during your first 60 days in office.
- Alumni Board of Trustees BRIEF
- Alumni Chapter BRIEF
- Alumni Engagement BRIEF
- Alumni Newsletter BRIEF
- Associate Member Program BRIEF
- Big Brother BRIEF
- “C” BRIEF
- Chapter Management BRIEF
- Civic Engagement BRIEF
- Emergency Management BRIEF
- Financial Management BRIEF
- Housing Corporation BRIEF
- Public Relations BRIEF
- Recruitment BRIEF
- Scholarship BRIEF
Executive Board Resources
Alumni Rededication Ceremony Guidance (Nov. 3, 2020)
Values-Based Coaching Model
In 2019, Delta Chi implemented our Values-Based Coaching (VBC) model. This year, our team has enhanced this coaching model to ensure all 115 Delta Chi organizations have year-long coaching with Delta Chi IHQ staff. We have redeveloped this model to adhere to virtual operations and truly support our membership to cultivate a strong fraternal experience while following CDC and campus guidelines.
Here’s how your chapter/colony will be supported this academic year:
- Chapters and colonies will be assessed and supported with their operational environment in mind. Delta Chi has created new assessment criteria to account for social distancing and virtual operations.
- Refined chapter/colony coaching process involving increased information sharing with stakeholders (ie. campus partners, advisors, and Delta Chi alumni)
- Coaches are assisting chapter/colony leadership in setting up virtual organization/executive board meetings
- Coaches are assisting chapters and colonies with creating organizational management and implementation plans to cultivate a strong Delta Chi experience regardless of campus environment.
Request a Presentation
The staff of the International Headquarters is committed to providing ongoing support to our members and organizations. Our team is able to provide custom programming to address specific needs in your organization. Whether you’re interested in a presentation to your Associate Members, Executive Board, or entire organization, our team will work with you to create the presentation you’re looking for.
Finding Your Coach
Delta Chi chapter/colony coaching has concluded for the 2020-21 academic year. Coaching assignments will be assessed during the summer and new coaches will reach out to their chapters or colonies in July 2021.
Now, more than ever, recruitment will be essential for every chapter and colony this academic year. Practicing 365-recruitment both virtually and in-person will ensure the legacy and future of success of your member experience. Delta Chi Leadership Consultants began coaching each chapter and colony in summer 2020 to prepare for year-round recruitment plans. In addition to coaching, Delta Chi has created recruitment toolkits, webinars, and videos to enhance the recruitment of our membership. We also encourage our active members, alumni, parents, and friends of the Fraternity to refer a member to join the Delta Chi experience! Recruitment is the future of our organization. If you’d like more information or want to talk about recruitment on your campus, contact your chapter coach or contact the Director of Fraternity Growth, Divante Hamilton.
Finding Your Coach
At any time, you can reference the Delta Chi 2020-2021 Coaches Document to see the complete list of chapter/colony coaches. See below to find your chapter/colony coach.
For further guidance on coaching the VBC model, contact Jake Tomlin, Director of Fraternity Services.
Carter Lukes Kelby Schultz Jordon Thatch Central Missouri Behrend Alberta Edwardsville Bowling Green Cal Poly Iowa State Case Western Central Oklahoma Colony Kansas Denison Chico Colony Kansas State Duquesne Colorado State Colony Little Rock Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington Michigan Fredonia Fullerton Minnesota Gannon Hayward Missouri Illinois Kingsville Missouri State Kent State Louisiana Tech Omaha Colony Kettering-A Long Beach South Dakota State Kettering-B LSU Omaha Colony Lake Forest Northern Arizona Southeast Missouri Northwestern Northern Colorado Southern Illinois Ohio State Oregon State Truman State Marquette Riverside Whitewater Northern Illinois Tarleton Tri-State Texas Tech Windsor UNLV Brendan Willie Alec Chism Carson Montano Bryant Alabama American Cornell Auburn Appalachian State East Stroudsburg Augusta Delaware Hamilton Embry-Riddle Ferrum Hobart Georgia Southern George Mason Hofstra Georgia Tech Lehigh Johnstown Huntsville Radford Montclair Jacksonville State USP Massachusetts Kennesaw VCU Oshkosh Livingston Virginia Tech Colony Pittsburgh Miami West Chester Penn State North Alabama William & Mary Rhode Island North Georgia Wilmington Rutgers Spring Hill Syracuse Troy State Wisconsin Valdosta Divante Hamilton Heather Lockwood Jake Tomlin Adelphi Denver Colony Florida State Anchorage Colony San Antonio Colony Mississippi State Chapel Hill Colony West Virginia Colony Creighton Colony San Diego State Colony Towson Colony WashU Colony John Charles McGeary Clemson
We encourage any alumnus, undergraduate, or friend of Delta Chi to recommend an individual of outstanding character that represents the values of Delta Chi. Potential new members can also refer themselves!
Why Join Delta Chi?
At Delta Chi, you have the opportunity to become the man you were meant to be. Delta Chi believes in developing the whole person and helping our men become better people, not just better Delta Chis who are committed to making an impact on the world around them. We cultivate inclusive environments for any person who self-identifies as a man, who reflects and lives our values of promoting friendship, developing character, advancing justice, and assisting in the acquisition of a sound education. It’s through these values that our members become men of action and grow to become the best version of themselves while living, leading, and growing each day with integrity.
For more, visit our Join Now page.
The Delta Chi Recruitment Toolkit is a compilation of BRIEFs, trainings, examples, social media practices, and other resources to assist you in having a successful recruitment class, regardless of whether you’re operating virtually or in-person.
Recruitment Webinars & “How To” Videos
The Delta Chi Virtual Recruitment Guide compliments Delta Chi’s Recruitment Toolkit as a means to implement recruitment within a completely virtual environment or hybrid setup of in-person and virtual environments. Use this guide as a tool to help you plan, manage, and implement your recruitment efforts this academic year. For more support in planning and implementing your virtual recruitment, contact your chapter/colony coach.
Risk Management Resources
The Risk Management Policy of The Delta Chi Fraternity includes the provisions that follow and all members are expected to comply. Compliance to the following will likely result in a safer fraternity experience. If any chapter, colony, or member chooses not to comply with these policies, the Fraternity may impose sanctions per Delta Chi Law, the By-Laws, Article V, Section 4, 2(h).
When an incident arises at the chapter causing bodily injury or property damage to any person, the following information must be obtained immediately. Do not withhold reporting an incident to obtain required information. Chapters/Colonies are expected to submit this form within 24 hours of the incident.
Your submission is automatically sent to the Executive Director and Director of Member Safety and is only shared with individuals directly involved in the incident and our insurance company.
If serious bodily injury is involved, call the Director of Member Safety, Davis Millard, at 319-621-2040 immediately.
The Chapter/Colony “A” should be the main point of contact. The following situations should ALL be reported:
- Any injury to a member or guest that occurred as a result of a fraternity-related activity or an event a reasonable observer could associate with the Fraternity
- Any injury to a member or guest that occurred on fraternity property
- Allegations of sexual assault, abuse, harassment or misconduct connected with a member or guest
- Any inquiries by authorities or legal counsel regarding an incident related to the chapter/colony
Reporting must take place within 24 hours of becoming aware of any of the previous items, in addition to contacting the International Headquarters (email@example.com). Gather as much information as possible. This includes the names of any individuals involved, the location of the incident, circumstances surrounding any injury, any medical attention sought, and any other facts that are available. Disclose ALL facts that are known to the International Headquarters (IHQ) and other parties instructed to disclose to by the IHQ Legal Advisor.
Per Delta Chi’s Risk Management Policies, “No chapter, colony, member, Associate Member or alumnus shall conduct, participate in nor condone hazing activities. Permission or approval by a person being hazed is not a defense.”
Hazing is the antithesis of everything that we believe in as an organization and Delta Chi is committed to staying true to its values. Below you can find a list of resources to help combat hazing, educate yourself and others, and report hazing when you see it taking place.
Resources to Assist with Conversations:
- TED Talk Presentation
By Kathleen Wiant, mother of Collin Wiant who died in 2018
- Stories from the Street: Tim’s Story(Spotify)
Evelyn Piazza, mother of Tim Piazza who died in 2017, speaks to YOUth Positively Speaking
- Love Mom & Dad: Turning Tragedy into Progress
The Anti-Hazing Coalition hosted a presentation and discussion to kick off National Hazing Prevention Week on Sunday, September 20, 2020.
Take Action Now
- Support the END ALL Hazing Act
The END ALL Hazing Act is supported by the Anti-Hazing Coalition which includes families of hazing victims.
- Support the Collin’s Law Anti-Hazing Legislation(For Ohio Residents)
Collin’s Law would strengthen consequences for acts of hazing, making it one of the most-comprehensive laws of its kind in the country.
- Hazing Hotline
The Hotline provides an anonymous telephone line for anyone to report a suspected or recent hazing incident to one number 1-888-NOT-HAZE (1-888-668-4293) that accepts calls 24 hours a day.
HPO is a national organization dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing, by providing education and resources, advocating on hazing prevention, and building partnerships with others.
- Anti-Hazing Education
Each of the resources shares valuable information related to hazing prevention. Please browse through them and feel free to share with others. Let’s all work together to put an end to hazing.
- Dyad Strategies Whitepaper
The data presented in this report represents some of the first available findings to help us understand some of the deeper, cultural implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- TED Talk Presentation