Students and staff from Cal Poly’s Fraternity and Sorority Life department earned multiple awards at the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Conference in April. The conference attracts more than 300 schools and universities nationwide.
Kristen Henry — a Cal Poly business student, Panhellenic president and member of Alpha Chi Omega — was honored with the Marilyn Fordham Fraternal Values Award for exemplifying the values of the association.
The Interfraternity Council, the student governing body that represents 16 fraternity chapters, won the “Overall Excellence” honor and was recognized for its work in: council management, public relations, and self-governance and judicial affairs.
The Panhellenic Council, representing 10 sorority chapters, received an award for “Overall Excellence,” and was honored for: council management, membership recruitment, philanthropy and community service, public relations, risk reduction and management, self-governance and judicial affairs.
Kathryn O’Hagan, the university’s coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life, received the “Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Advisor Award.”