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Fraternity / Sorority Programming Committees

There are six fraternity/sorority programming committees that are supervised collectively by the Interfraternity Council and Inter-Sorority Association. They are:


Diversity Chairperson: Giovanna Traugott

The purpose of the Diversity Committee is to create dialogue about topics of gender, race, class, ability, sexual orientation and other areas of diversity, assist in the identification and mediation of problematic incidents and encourage collaboration between groups on topics of diversity.


Hazing Prevention Chairperson: William Hodge

The purpose of the Hazing Prevention Committee is to address the issues of hazing in fraternal organizations through initiatives like National Hazing Prevention Week and a partnership with HazingPrevention.Org. This group is also in charge developing a prevention strategy to facilitate conversations and initiatives to combat the hazing culture on campus and to foster positive new member education practices.


Interfraternal Relations Chairperson: Marykate Beglane

The purpose of the Interfraternal Relations Committee is to develop initiatives and convene conversations designed to foster brotherhood and sisterhood among fraternal organizations. The main responsibilities of the committee include, but are not limited to, the coordination of Fall Fiesta and Greek Week.



Service Chairperson: Molly Schoder

The purpose of the Service Committee is to engage fraternity and sorority members in community service, college service, and philanthropy. The main responsibilities of this committee include, but are not limited to, coordinating A Week to GIVE, Senior Citizens Prom and Spring Fling at Meadowbrook Health Care, Faculty Appreciation Day, Adopt-a-Highway, and Opening Weekend Activities.


Up 'til Dawn Executive Director: Brandon Collings

The purpose of the Up 'til Dawn Committee is to plan the annual campus fund raiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The event is held annually in November and is open to all SUNY Plattsburgh students to participate in the quest to end catastrophic childhood diseases.


Contact Information

For more information about Fraternity/Sorority Life at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:

Allison Swick-Duttine
Director of Fraternity/Sorority Life 
Angell College Center 106
Phone: (518) 564-4825