All Greek Community Standards Board
Carnegie Mellon's All Greek Community Standards Board (AGCSB) serves to enforce the standards, rules and regulations set forth in the Panhellenic Council (PHC), Interfraternity Council (IFC) and Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) communities.
The goal is to encourage responsible decision making and behavior of chapters and colonies in the fraternity and sorority communities and to outline the process of response when their decisions and behaviors do not meet the standards we have set for the Greek community. The community standards board protocol serves to promote accountability and encourages shared governance of organizations within the Carnegie Mellon University community.
To learn more, please download the AGCSB Policies and Procedures.
Reports of chapter misconduct can be made by any member of the CMU community. If you are aware of a chapter in violation of a council and/or University policy, please submit an Incident Report Form.
Hazing Prevention at CMU
Hazing in not tolerated at Carnegie Mellon. At CMU, all individuals have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We aspire for Carnegie Mellon to embody a community of care, support and respect, and one that is welcoming, inclusive and safe for all. We work together to ensure that is reality.
Hazing education is included in training for new Greek member educators and is a part of the on-boarding process for students joining the Greek community.
Greek Life Reports & Statistics
As of fall 2017, Mid-Year Greek Reports provide only the data related to membership and scholarship for fall semesters. The annual Greek Report published after the spring semester includes membership, scholarship, community service, and campus involvement information.