Reporting a Recruitment Infraction
If you would like to report a Recruitment Regulations infraction, please first speak with your chapter president. Only chapter presidents, Pi Chis, and members of the ISC Recruitment Exec have the authority to submit a form to the ISC Vice President of Judiciary. Once the president is aware of the infraction, the president has the ability to decide whether she would like to handle it via reaching out directly and informally to the accused chapter, or by submitting a complaint form to the ISC VPJ via a word document attachment and sending it to email@example.com. This is considered formally reporting the infraction. The VPJ will then follow up with both the reporting party and the accused party to arrange a mediation. During the formal recruitment period, mediations will typically occur the same day as the submission of the infraction form. If the mediation does not lead to a resolution, that is, if the reporting party and accused party do not come to a consensus on how to fix the situation, the matter will become an official judicial hearing (this is extremely rare).
If you are a Potential New Member and would like to report a violation, please speak to your Pi Chi. If you are not a Potential New Member and not a member of the Greek system, rather than filling out the form, please email the VPJ directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit a report, email Sarah Hitchcock at email@example.com.
You can find the ISC Recruitment Regulations Complaint Form here.