Chapter Advisor

Primary Purpose

  • To serve as the primary advisory to a Resident Council
  • To coach and support undergraduate membership in values-based, effective decision making
  • To help develop continuity in chapter operations through the orientation, training and transitioning of chapter officers
  • To serve as an advocate for undergraduate members while challenging them when necessary
  • To provide feedback to the Fraternity on training and resource needs to ensure the best opportunity for success at the local level.

Major Responsibilities

  • Apply accepted facilitation techniques in student interactions
  • Supply the chapter with information, expert knowledge and insight gained through experience
  • Explain the components of the Borradaile Challenge to the chapter
  • Discuss, annually, risk management guidelines with the chapter
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Fraternity’s Constitution and Statutes
  • Discuss and encourage the chapter’s participation with the Fraternity’s national philanthropy and national month of service
  • Explain the mission, creed and Ritual to the chapter
  • Summarize the various resources that Phi Kappa Tau has to offer its local chapters and individual members, including but not limited to the “Our Heritage,” “Leading Your Chapter” and “Leadership for Life” links on The Phi Kappa Tau Exchange
  • In conjunction with the Board of Governors, follow up on recommendations from the Domain Director, university and Executive Offices, as well as review the chapter’s record for filing reports, making payments and other related business with the Executive Offices
  • Plan effective orientation, training and transitioning of new chapter officers

 

Primary Purpose

  • To serve as the primary advisory to a Resident Council
  • To coach and support undergraduate membership in values-based, effective decision making
  • To help develop continuity in chapter operations through the orientation, training and transitioning of chapter officers
  • To serve as an advocate for undergraduate members while challenging them when necessary
  • To provide feedback to the Fraternity on training and resource needs to ensure the best opportunity for success at the local level.

Major Responsibilities

  • Apply accepted facilitation techniques in student interactions
  • Supply the chapter with information, expert knowledge and insight gained through experience
  • Explain the components of the Borradaile Challenge to the chapter
  • Discuss, annually, risk management guidelines with the chapter
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Fraternity’s Constitution and Statutes
  • Discuss and encourage the chapter’s participation with the Fraternity’s national philanthropy and national month of service
  • Explain the mission, creed and Ritual to the chapter
  • Summarize the various resources that Phi Kappa Tau has to offer its local chapters and individual members, including but not limited to the “Our Heritage,” “Leading Your Chapter” and “Leadership for Life” links on The Phi Kappa Tau Exchange
  • In conjunction with the Board of Governors, follow up on recommendations from the Domain Director, university and Executive Offices, as well as review the chapter’s record for filing reports, making payments and other related business with the Executive Offices
  • Plan effective orientation, training and transitioning of new chapter officers

 

Supplemental Resources