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Student Organizations in the Conduct Process

The Code of Student Conduct policies and procedures also apply to student organizations at UK. The Code outlines the following standards that will be considered when deciding whether conduct is associated with a student organization (SO): 

  1. The conduct is endorsed by the SO or any of its officers (“endorsed by” includes, but is not limited to, the following: active or passive consent or support, having prior knowledge that the conduct was likely to occur, or helping to plan, advertise, or promote the conduct); 
  2. The conduct is committed during the course of an activity paid for by the SO, or paid for as a result of one or more members of the SO contributing personal funds in lieu of organizational funds to support the activity or conduct in question; 
  3. The conduct occurred on property owned, controlled, rented, leased, or used by the SO or any of its members for an organizational event; 
  4. The purpose of the activity was related to initiation, admission into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in the SO;
  5. Non‐members of the SO learned of the activity through members, advertisements, or communications associated with the SO, or otherwise formed a reasonable belief that the conduct or activity was affiliated with or endorsed by the SO;  
  6. Members of the SO attempted to conceal the activity or protect other members who were involved; or
  7. One or more officer(s) of the SO had prior knowledge or reasonably should have known that the conduct would take place.  

Conduct Status for Student Organizations

UK sets standards for its student organizations to ensure they are engaging in responsible behavior that aligns with the Code of Student Conduct. Violations of these expectations can result in an organization receiving restorative action plans to educate members, repair the harm caused by the violation or to restore trust within the campus community. 
 

Below is a list of current student organizations found responsible for a violation of the Code of Student Conduct. Student organization restorative action are determined on a case-by-case basis. The list below shows student organizations with a current administrative action of disciplinary probation, social restriction or suspension, or revocation of organization status. This list is updated regularly. 

Organization Conduct Status Nature of Violation End Date
Phi Gamma Delta Conduct Probation 6D. Damage and Destruction; 6Z. Unapproved Possession of Property 9/12/2024
Pi Kappa Phi Conduct Probation 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law of Other UK Policies 9/22/2024
Alpha Delta Pi Conduct Probation 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law or Other UK Policies 10/17/2024
Delta Sigma Phi Conduct Probation 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law or Other UK Policies 10/24/2024
Triangle  Conduct Probation 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law or Other UK Policies 11/27/2024
Pi Kappa Alpha Revocation of Registered Student Organization Status 6L. Harm and Threat of Harm; 6M. Hazing; 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; AA. Violations of Law or Other UK Policies 3/10/2025
Kappa Alpha Order Conduct Probation 6M. Hazing; 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violation of Law or Other UK Policies 5/02/2025
Phi Sigma Kappa Conduct Probation 6M. Hazing; 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violation of Law or Other UK Policies 5/12/2025
FarmHouse Revocation of Registered Student Organization Status 6M. Hazing; 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law or Other UK Policies; 6BB. Failure to Follow UK Covid-19 Health and Safety Guidelines 12/23/2025
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Revocation of Registered Student Organization Status 6A.6. Abuse of the Process; 6D. Damage and Destruction; 6H. Failure to Comply; 6L. Harm and Threat of Harm; 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law of other UK Policies; 6BB. Failure to Follow UK Covid-19 Health and Safety Guidelines 1/20/2026
Alpha Tau Omega Revocation of Registered Student Organization Status; Disciplinary Probation 6P. Misuse of Alcohol; 6AA. Violations of Law or other UK Policies 2/4/2031
2/4/2033

Updated as of 5/16/2024

Request a Conduct or Conflict Related Training

The Office of Student Conduct can provide a wide-range of training presentations for student organizations around topics such as an overview of the conduct process, community expectations, and judicial/standards board training, to name a few. OSC can also provide restorative justice or facilitated conversations to help students work through and address conflict. 

Request a Conduct or Conflict Related Training

If your organization is interested in hosting a presentation from OSC, or you are interested in requesting conflict resolution services, please complete this form.

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