We know that as UCLA prepares for the fall quarter there are many questions that may arise. The staff within OFSL are working closely with council and chapter presidents to adjust to the virtual and hybrid environment. This following subpages will provide guidance for chapter operations for students, housing recommendations and guidance for students, advisors, and house corporations, campus resources, and frequently asked questions for parents and families. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the type of event or program that chapters and councils are allowed to host.
As times are ever changing, we are committed to updating these guidelines and recommendations. Please check back to this website for updates. Links to UCLA's response are available on the top banner of this website.
This website was last updated on October 30, 2020.
Chapter Resources for Current Students
Whether you living in an apartment or a chapter facility, click here for resources for setting up your living space that you share with others.Recruitment & Intake
We know recruitment and intake may look different in a virtual space. More information to come for resources and recommendations.Communication
It is important now, more than ever, to communicate with your members, and their families. More information to come for an example of a communication plan and resources.Virtual Engagement
Click here for more resources about how to keep your chapter members engaged. More information to come.
Resources for Current Students
Click here if you have tested positive or been contacted by a contact tracer.
Check out resources from the RISE Center and CAPS to focus on your physical and mental well-being.COVID-19 Testing
Check the Ashe Center for information around where and when to get tested.Reporting Concerns
Click here to report a case of COVID-19 or concerning behavior related to gatherings or events.
The public health order is applicable to both private apartments and chapter houses. The LA County Dept. of Public Health recently updated the Health Officer Order to align with State guidance on private gatherings, which allow limited private gatherings with three or fewer households. It should be noted that dormitories/residence halls, group living situations, boarding houses, fraternities and sororities are specifically excluded from the definition of a household.
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