Greeks and Risk: Lessons From Claims

Risk Research Bulletin | January 2016 | 0 Comments  Average 4 out of 5

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A number of colleges and universities are re-evaluating their relationship with Greek organizations. In the spring of 2015, 133 Greek chapters were shut down, suspended, or otherwise punished after alleged offenses. For institutions that seek to retain the tradition of Greek life, a sound risk management program is essential to protect students from harm and safeguard the institution, its officers, and its assets. 

UE conducted a five-year study of 162 claims to extract best practices and recommendations for dealing with Greek organizations. This publication highlights the risks presented and the steps institutions can take to reduce injuries arising from Greek activities.


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