Fraternity & Sorority Life Manual

17 b. A person may not be prosecuted under this section if he or she establishes all of the following: a. That he or she was present at an event where, as a result of hazing, a person appeared to be in need of immediate medical assistance. b. That he or she was the first person to call 911 or campus security to report the need for immediate medical assistance. c. That he or she provided his or her own name, the address where immediate medical assistance was needed, and a description of the medical issue to the 911 operator or campus security at the time of the call. d. That he or she remained at the scene with the person in need of immediate medical assistance until such medical assistance, law enforcement, or campus security arrived and that he or she cooperated with such personnel on the scene. (12) Notwithstanding subsection (11), a person is immune from prosecution under this section if the person establishes that, before medical assistance, law enforcement, or campus security arrived on the scene of a hazing event, the person rendered aid to the hazing victim. For purposes of this subsection, “aid” includes, but is 1not limited to, rendering cardiopulmonary resuscitation to the victim, clearing an airway for the victim to breathe, using a defibrillator to assist the victim, or rendering any other assistance to the victim which the person intended in good faith to stabilize or improve the victim’s condition while waiting for medical assistance, law enforcement, or campus security to arrive. Recruitment, Intake and New Members Recruitment is determined at the discretion of the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office. The FSL Office will determine who is eligible for recruitment each year and will consider GCAT scores and chapter status. Recruitment dates are determined by the GA for Fraternity and Sorority Life Programming and/or the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Engagement with input from each council president. Eligibility for Recruitment/Intake Members According to the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office full time students who have a minimum 2.50 cumulative grade point average, or a 2.75 High School GPA may be recruited to a Social Greeklettered organization. All potential new member(s) must attend at least one “Greek Code” to be eligible for Recruitment/Intake. Each potential new member (CFC and PC) must sign a Bid Card. Each chapter must receive approval from the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office prior to issuing a bid. For all UGC organizations, the new membership intake packet must be complete before intake can proceed. Eligibility of Membership Active membership will be restricted to currently enrolled, undergraduate NSU students. Only active and new members are considered for the official chapter roster. The official roster filed through the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office will be used for council dues, attendance requirements, and determination of grade point averages. Procedures for Membership Recruitment/Intake • All Recruitment/Intake events will be alcohol-free.