Health & Safety Allocation Model Announced for 2017-2018

EVANSTON, IL – The Fraternity has approved the 2017-2018 Health & Safety Allocation Model for our Sigma Alpha Epsilon groups beginning this fall. The model details all of the reductions and surcharges that can be assessed to the bill, including changes that have been made since last year. These details should give our members a realistic projection of the fees each group will pay for the coming academic cycle.

Please note: The base fee of $280 per member is an estimate at this time, which is a $10 reduction per member from last year. The final amount will be announced as soon as it becomes available. For the purposes of demonstrating the allocation model and the reductions/surcharges, however, $280 is used as the base fee in these examples. Percentages for the reductions and surcharges are final and will not change.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon believes everyone is personally responsible to ensure the well-being of our members and guests and that leaders have a unique opportunity to promote their commitment to our health-and-safety program.

Allocation Memo and Models

You can view the 2017-2018 Health & Safety Allocation Model, which contains detailed and comprehensive information, by CLICKING HERE.

As a resource for our members and advisers, the Fraternity Service Center has maintained its Health & Safety Calculator online that shows our members and advisers how different credits and surcharges can affect the health-and-safety fees. You can access the calculator by CLICKING HERE.

Action Items to Assist Chapters

Our collegiate members can take several additional proactive steps toward reducing their health-and-safety fees for 2017-2018. Each of these is detailed in the allocation memo, but highlights include:

  1. Important again this year, all advisers must have completed the Alumni Adviser Certification 2.0 program to be eligible to be included in this reduction. Advisers may access the online training module at thetgi.sae.net once they log into their personal accounts.
  2. Chapter members living in approved chapter housing may adopt alcohol-free housing to take advantage of a reduction. Groups without a house that agree to use solely a third-party vendor for social events may take advantage of a reduction based upon the stipulations in the allocation model.
  3. Groups with delegates that attend and graduate from national educational programming, including the 82nd John O. Moseley Leadership School, the DeVotie Ritual Institute and the Eminent Archon Institute, will be eligible for a reduction, as detailed in the allocation model.

 

 

 
 

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