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Giving undergraduate members the best possible experience starts with having volunteer advisors who are trained in and dedicated to the mission and values of Phi Kappa Psi, and who are genuinely invested in positively shaping their lives. With a goal of engaging all advisors, reducing risk and providing information on important policies in higher education, the Fraternity is constructing an Advisor Certification program. Using a mix of online and in-person training, advisors will learn about Title IX, Ethics and Codes of Conduct, hazing, and other “hot button” topics.
Although much depends on advisor involvement, more must be done to set advisors up for success. To that end, an Advisor Certification program is slated for rollout in the Fall 2018 Semester. Advisors will be provided training on Phi Kappa Psi-specific items, and external partners will be leveraged to train advisors on best practices for fraternity advising and information on critical policies and procedures. Expanding the program to a tiered certification system or train the trainer model will also be considered. By August 15, 2019, membership recruitment advisors, supervisory committee members and chapter advisors will be required to complete the certification.
Along with Advisor Certification, the Fraternity is also adopting a regional support structure that has been successful with other peer organizations. During the first semester of the program, one or two advisors from each district or geographic location will offer support to chapter advisors within their designated region.
By working together to educate more advisors, Phi Kappa Psi will be poised to meet the challenges of an ever-changing higher education world.
For more information on the Advisor Certification program, contact Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and Housing Rob Nagel at email@example.com.
Phi Kappa Psi Housing Corporations consist of a group of dedicated, volunteer alumni who serve as officers and work to enhance the stability and long-term future of the Fraternity on campus.
Some of the ways Housing Corporation officers work with chapters include:
-Management of the house structure and financial obligations
-Forging lasting relationships with chapter alumni
-Serving as a resource to chapter advisors
To learn more about the Housing Corporation on your campus, contact Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and Housing Rob Nagel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a volunteer, you can sometimes feel overwhelmed with the various responsibilities that come with operating an effective house corporation. That is why the Canonsburg Corporation was founded. With a mission of helping to promote and maintain the safest, most affordable comfortable housing options for all Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity chapters, the Canonsburg Corporation offers loan programs to housing corporations because the future stability and strength of our Fraternity depends upon the maintenance and safety of our chapter properties.
Canonsburg offers benefits such as group tax exemptions for your house corporation, educational resources/training and loans. Specifically, the Corporation offers the following loan programs for house corporations:
Please contact Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and Housing, Rob Nagel at email@example.com for any Canonsburg Corporation inquiries.
Current Canonsburg Corporation Board Members:
John J. Ziegelmeyer, Jr. (Kansas ’70)
Robert Kort (Indiana ’88)
Brand Newland (Iowa ’00)
Wynn “Wheels’ H. Wiegand (Missouri ’74)
John Henebry, Jr. (Southern Cal ’84)
Steve Gundersen (Washington ’88)
Ben Lamson (Southern Cal ’86)
James L. Miller (Ohio State ’85)
Steven E. Nieslawski (Illinois State ’79)
The Canonsburg Corporation is a 501(c)3 organization licensed in the state of Indiana.