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Some points require separate actions outside of the portal (such as submitting new brothers in myZBT or paying dues). These are listed as HQ Tracked in the document, and staff monitors these points.

 


Accreditation Points

Chapters need to achieve 23 out of 33 Accreditation Points to be an “Accredited Chapter” and to achieve a star status or be eligible for awards at the Fraternity’s International Convention. You cannot achieve a chapter ranking or win International Awards without being accredited. 

AreaType and NumberLinkWhat to DoWhat to SubmitHow ManyWho is in Charge
ConductAccreditation Point 1Conduct Point 1 LinkThe chapter submits Risk Reduction Protocol document updated and hosts workshop reviewing the document with at least 80% of the brothers each academic term. Risk Reduction Protocol, workshop PowerPoint, workshop date(s), and the list of brothers in attendance. Submit one in the fall and one in the springRisk Prevention & Wellness Director
ConductAccreditation Point 2Conduct Point 2 LinkThe chapter attends or hosts a hazing prevention training with a non-undergraduate facilitator/presenter where at least 80% of the brothers are in attendance. PowerPoint covered, training date(s), contact information of facilitator, and list of brothers in attendance. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
ConductAccreditation Point 3myZBT LinkEach brother completes myZBT registration, which includes acknowledgement of compliance with the Fraternity’s policies.Check regularly throughout the year in myZBTOperations Director
ConductAccreditation Point 4The chapter was not found responsible for any policy violations in the year, either from the fraternity or the institution.Every Brother
OperationsAccreditation Point 1Operations Point 1The chapter submits a copy of their current constitution and bylaws with proof that the documents were reviewed that year.Constitution, bylaws (should have Brotherhood Quality Standards), and meeting minutes of most recent update to these documentsSubmit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 2Operations Point 2The chapter hosts a Semi-annual Brotherhood Review Vote (SBRV) in the fall and spring. Materials shared with brothers regarding each brother’s contribution (sample contribution tracking document), the SBRV Verification Form, and date of SBRVTwice a year just before the end of the termStandards Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 3Operations Point 3The chapter submits its Standards Board process, the Brotherhood Quality Standards and expectations, and a workshop reviewing the information with at least 80% of brothers.Standards Board process, information that informs referrals (Brotherhood Quality Standards, expectations, etc.), and the PowerPoint reviewed, date, and list of brothers in attendance. Submit once during the yearStandards Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 4Operations Point 4The chapter executes both Initiation (80% of brothers in attendance) and Big Brother rituals (minimum bigs and littles in attendance). Photos of brothers before or after the event(s), Initiation and ritual date(s) and list of brothers in attendance.Occurs for each new brother class regardless of sizeBrotherhood Development Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 5Operations Point 5The chapter submits an inventory of its ritual regalia and a plan to purchase the missing/damaged items. The inventory form is in the myZBT Resource Center. Ritual Inventory form and the plan for missing/damaged items. Submit once during the yearBrotherhood Development Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 6Operations Point 6The chapter achieves a GPA of at least 2.70 in all academic terms.Academic report from the institution. If not applicable, please contact ZBT staff. Submit for all terms; if you do not have Fall 2022, instead submit Fall 2021Operations Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 7Operations Point 7100% of brothers are involved in a registered student organization (including campus athletics) outside of ZBT or holds a job or volunteer position on/off campus.Chapter roster with the name of the organization the brother is affiliated with. Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 8Operations Point 8The chapter submits verification of its tax-Copy of the email or receipt of tax-exempt status (Form 990) for the submission year. Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 9The chapter is at a zero balance as of the Standards of Excellence deadline.Ensure all international dues have been paidFinance Director
OperationsAccreditation Point 10The chapter meets the attendance expectation for all Fraternity-required programs (Virtual Officer Institutes, International Convention and Summit Against Hate)Register appropriate number of brothers for all programsChapter President
OperationsAccreditation Point 11The chapter fully utilizes the Fraternity’s director-based officer structure as reflected in officer contacts in myZBT, and the chapter has an individual listed for all 8 executive officer positions and the following positions: Standards Director, Provost, Academic Chair, Alumni Chair, Heritage Chair, Community Service Chair, Philanthropy Chair, and Parent/Family Chair.Adhere to the structure, utilize the appropriate resources, and ensure myZBT is updatedChapter President
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 1Recruitment Point 1The chapter hosts at least one recruitment workshop each recruiting term (discussing conversations, ideal ZBT, logistics, standards for bidding) with at least 80% of the brothers.PowerPoint and information covered, date(s), and list of brothers who were in attendance. Submit with each recruiting termRecruitment Director
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 2Recruitment Point 2 LinkThe chapter submits the information provided to Potential New Brothers regarding time, financial, academic requirements and expectations during the recruitment. Content given to Potential New Brothers Submit once during the yearRecruitment Director
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 3The chapter reports its recruitment dates prior to the start of every recruitment term to their Chapter Coach.Report for every recruiting termChapter President
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 4Recruitment Point 4
The chapter actively promotes ZBT through multiple (minimum: 3) virtual and/or physical marketing, branding, and outreach communications.Documentation of social media posts, tabling events intended to promote ZBT, letter days, or any other applicable outreach touchpoints.Submit once during the yearRecruitment Director
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 5he chapter reports its new initiates in myZBT within 72 hours of Initiation. Report new brothers within 72 hours of Initiation Operations Director
RecruitmentAccreditation Point 6The chapter meets its annual recruitment projection as determined by Headquarters staff.Recruit to the chapter’s projections Recruitment Director
EducationAccreditation Point 1Education Point 1The chapter holds a Pre-Initiation meeting in accordance with the Gold Book with 100% of the new brothers.Information covered, date(s) of meeting(s) and who was in attendance. Conduct the Pre-Initiation meeting with each new brother classChapter President
EducationAccreditation Point 2Education Point 2Complete THE JOURNEY: Brotherhood Orientation within a week of Initiation, no longer than 4 to 6 hours. ONLY new initiate specific activity/program. Cover: Who we are, how we operate, THE JOURNEY Content covered. Use THE JOURNEY Audit and the Provost’s Guide and New Initiate Workbook components of THE JOURNEY Manual. Include who led the program, date(s) of orientation, and time(s) of orientation. Note: Deviations from the orientation’s outline in THE JOURNEY needs to be approved by the Chapter Coach.Conduct the Brotherhood Orientation with each new brother classProvost
EducationAccreditation Point 3Education Point 3Complete THE JOURNEY: Big Brother Mentoring Program, including applications submitted to become a Big Brother. Big Brothers receive formal training and are then paired according to character rather than social chemistry. Big Brothers sign Expectations Agreement for the mentoring program.Application used, content (Refer to the Big Brother Mentor Program component of THE JOURNEY Manual), training dates, and a copy of the Expectations Agreement. Big Brothers should be identified and trained with each new brother Provost
EducationAccreditation Point 4Education Point 4Plan and execute THE JOURNEY: Brotherhood Bonding Activities (50% of brothers in attendance at each activity), such as ZBT Game Day, ZBTeams Course, Progressive Dinner, To Be ZBT, Community Connections. Use THE JOURNEY Audit and the Brotherhood Building Activities. Which event and date, list of brothers who attended the events, and any photos from the events. 5 chapter-wide activities per academic term or twice per year Brotherhood Development Director
EducationAccreditation Point 5Education Point 5Host THE JOURNEY: Brotherhood Retreat with 80% of brothers in attendance. All brothers attend, minimum of one full day. Alcohol is not allowed. Follow the Brotherhood Retreat component of THE JOURNEY Manual for the program. Content shared, date(s) of retreat, list of brothers who attended, and any photos from the retreat.Complete 1 to 2 months following Initiation each academic term or twice per yearBrotherhood Development Director
EducationAccreditation Point 6Education Point 6Schedule and complete THE JOURNEY: Milestone Workshop & Core and Elective Experiences. All brothers attend.Core and Elective Experiences tracking document, date(s) of the workshops, and brothers who attended the workshops. 60 minutes once during the second half of the academic term following Initiation and prior to SBRV each term

All brothers must complete 2 elective experiences per academic term; approximately one hour each
Provost
EducationAccreditation Point 7Education Point 7Plan and host THE JOURNEY: Educational Programs with 50% of brothers in attendance at each program. These educational programs should supplement brothers' personal development in the Core and Elective experiences (refer to the Educational Programming component of THE JOURNEY Manual). Name of programs, who presented/facilitated (presenter/facilitator should have professional experience on the topic), date(s) of the programs, and list of brothers who attended. NOTE: You can use the same submissions for SOE points from other areas like Conduct or Recruitment here.3 educational programs each academic term (or 6 per year). Each session should be 45 to 60 minutes.Programming Director
EducationAccreditation Point 8Education Point 8Find brothers to serve on THE JOURNEY: Senior and Alumni Panels. Program attendance should be 50% of brothers. Host events where seniors and/or alumni speak about their experiences (refer to the Senior and Alumni Panels component of THE JOURNEY Manual). Panelists discuss how ZBT facilitated their growth and development: focus is learning rather than entertainment.Name of panelists, date(s), and list of brothers who attended. Every brother should serve on a Senior Panel before graduationMultiple times a year; can be 15 minutes as a supplement to another activity with one panelist; or 60 to 90-minute session stand-alone with multiple panelistsBrotherhood Development Director
EducationAccreditation Point 9Education Point 9 LinkThe chapter hosts or co-hosts at least one program dedicated to exploring ZBT’s heritage. 80% of the brothers must be in attendance. Event topic, what was covered, date(s) of the event, and list of brothers who attended. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationAccreditation Point 10Education Point 10The chapter averages at least 20 hours of community service per individual brother for the year.Roster of brothers listing their hours of community service performed and with which organization they did community service hours. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationAccreditation Point 11Education Point 11The chapter hosts one chapter-wide community service event in a year in which 80% of the brothers attend. What was the event, who was the event supporting, date(s) of the event, and list of brothers who attended. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationAccreditation Point 12Education Point 12The chapter demonstrates financial support of all three of the Fraternity’s official philanthropic partners: Zeta Beta Tau Foundation, JWI, CMNHDocumentation showing that the chapter has financially supported the Fraternity’s official philanthropic partners. This should be a donation by the Chapter and not individual brothers.Submit once during the yearProgramming Director

 


Star Points

Chapters earn rankings based on the number of Star Points completed successfully. Brummer Cup finalist chapters are based on the highest amount of Star Points. A chapter first must be accredited for Star Points to be considered.

AreaType and NumberLinkWhat to DoWhat to SubmitHow ManyWho is in Charge
ConductStar Point 1Conduct Star Point 1The chapter hosts a mock social event once each term to ensure brothers understand the logistics and flow of a social event. 50% of brothers must attend over the course of the year. Note: Up to 2 points total.Information detailing the process of facilitating the social event, materials covered, date(s), list of brothers in attendance (can be done over multiple events), and photos.Twice a year (1 point per mock event)Risk Prevention & Wellness Director
ConductStar Point 2Conduct Star Point 2The chapter submits documentation of its sober monitor training (use the Risk Reduction Protocol for information). 80% of brothers must attend over the course of the year. Note: Up to 2 points total.Sober monitor training PowerPoint, training date(s), and list of brothers in attendance (can be done over multiple trainings). Twice a year (1 point per mock event)Risk Prevention & Wellness Director
ConductStar Point 3Conduct Star Point 3The chapter hosts a workshop on appropriate conduct of a brother at social events. 80% of brothers must attend over the course of the year. Note: Up to 2 points total.Workshop training PowerPoint, training date(s), and list of brothers in attendance (can be done over multiple trainings). Twice a year (1 point per workshop)Risk Prevention & Wellness Director
ConductStar Point 4Conduct Star Point 4The chapter educates at least 80% of brothers on The Code of Zeta Beta Tau.Information related to how this education was delivered, date(s), and list of brothers in attendance. Submit once during the yearOperations Director
ConductStar Point 5Conduct Star Point 5The chapter hosts at least one alcohol-free social event with non-ZBTs in attendance each term. Note: Up to 2 points totalDescription and date(s) of event, list of guests, and any photos of the event. Twice a year (1 point per event)Programming Director
ConductStar Point 6Conduct Star Point 6The chapter attends or hosts a workshop on sexual misconduct/bystander intervention with a facilitator/presenter (cannot be an undergraduate) where at least 80% of the brothers are in attendance. Note: Up to 2 points, and remember to submit this under Education as wellPowerPoint, training date(s), contact information of facilitator, and list of brothers in attendance. Twice a year (1 point per event)Programming Director
ConductStar Point 7Conduct Star Point 7The chapter attends or hosts a workshop on health and wellness with a facilitator/presenter (cannot be an undergraduate) where at least 50% of the brothers are in attendance. Note: Up to 2 points total, and remember to submit this under Education as wellPowerPoint covered, training date(s), contact information of facilitator, and list of brothers in attendance. Twice a year (1 point per workshop)Risk Prevention & Wellness Director
OperationsStar PointThe chapter attends at least one Fraternity-organized program (James E. Greer, Jr. Presidents Leadership Academy, Emerging Leaders Institute, Recruitment University, Israel Now, etc.). Note: Up to 4 points total. Register appropriate number of delegates for all programsChapter President
OperationsStar Point 1Operations Star Point 1The chapter has a functioning committee structure with each brother on at least one committee or board (e.g., standards, academic, brotherhood, recruitment, alumni/family, heritage, philanthropy, service, apparel, social).Chapter roster and include which committee each brother is a member of. Note: Each Director and Chairman are already a member of their respective committee. Ensure all brothers serve on at least one committee throughout the year Operations Director
OperationsStar Point 2Operations Star Point 2The chapter submits its overall calendar. This should include educational programming, social events, philanthropy, community service, elections, national programs, deadlines for dues payments, etc.Full academic year programming calendar. Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 3Operations Star Point 3The chapter submits documentation of their monthly Standards Board meetings.Monthly Standards Board meeting minutes.Submit documentation of all monthly meetings onceStandards Director
OperationsStar Point 4Operations Star Point 4The chapter submits their officer transition program.Content covered, who led, who was present, and date(s). Submit once during the yearChapter President
OperationsStar PointChapter President attends monthly meetings with ZBT Chapter Coach. Attend all meetings with ZBT coachChapter President
OperationsStar Point 5Operations Star Point 5The chapter holds the Officer Installation Ceremony for each new executive board in accordance with the Gold Book. Photos of event and date(s) occurred. Submit once during the yearBrotherhood Development Director
OperationsStar Point 6Operations Star Point 6The chapter conducts the Graduation Ceremony in accordance with the Gold Book. 50% of brothers must be in attendance. Photos of brothers before or after the event(s), ritual date(s), and list of brothers in attendance.Occurs with each graduating classBrotherhood Development Director
OperationsStar Point 7Operations Star Point 7The chapter holds a yearly review of all Rituals listed in the Gold Book and discusses the importance of each one with at least 50% of brothers.Date(s) occurred and list of brothers in attendance. Submit once during the yearDate(s) occurred and list of brothers in attendance.
OperationsStar Point 8Operations Star Point 8The chapter reviews the Initiation Ritual with each new brother class. 100% of new brothers must be in attendance. Content covered, date(s) occurred and list of brothers in attendance. Conduct with each new brother classBrotherhood Development Director
OperationsStar Point 9Operations Star Point 9The chapter has an academic improvement plan for brothers under a 2.7 cumulative GPA. The improvement plan used for brothers under a 2.7 cumulative GPA.Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 10Operations Star Point 10The chapter has a study program that applies to all brothers.The outline of the program. Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 11Operations Star Point 11The chapter GPA is above the all-men’s average.Academic report from the institution. If not applicable, please contact ZBT staff.Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 12Operations Star Point 12The chapter GPA ranks in the top 25% among the men’s fraternities in the council in which the chapter is affiliated. Academic report from the institution. If not applicable, please contact ZBT staff.Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 13Operations Star Point 13The chapter engages alumni through at least two communications per year. Dates sent and information provided (newsletter, screenshot of information, etc.)Submit one in the fall and one in the springOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 14Operations Star Point 14The chapter invited alumni (non-advisors) to chapter meetings and/or events (e.g., chapter meetings, chapter homecoming events, ritual). Note: Up to 2 points total.The invitation, date(s), event agenda, and the list of attendees.Twice a year (1 point each)Operations Director
OperationsStar Point 15Operations Star Point 15The chapter engages families through at least two communications per year. Dates sent and information provided (newsletter, screenshot of information, etc.)Submit one in the fall and one in the springOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 16Operations Star Point 16The chapter hosted family events that all brothers’ supporters were invited to. Note: Up to 2 points total.The invitation, date(s), event agenda, and the list of attendees.Twice a year (1 point each)Operations Director
OperationsStar Point 17Operations Star Point 17The chapter has an officer on the executive board of their governing council, such as IFC. Who is serving and their position. Note: IFC delegate does not count.Submit once during the yearChapter President
OperationsStar Point 18Operations Star Point 18The chapter has representation on their respective governing council’s committeesWho is serving on the committee and what committee. Note: IFC delegate does not count unless he is serving on a specific committee. Submit once during the yearChapter President
OperationsStar Point 19Operations Star Point 19The chapter sponsors or co-sponsors a campus-wide event other than philanthropy. The chapter must provide funds, products or services to be consider a sponsor. Note: Up to 2 points total. What was the event, the date(s) of the event, and content covered. Submit as the event(s) are completedProgramming Director
OperationsStar Point 20Operations Star Point 20The chapter hosts a campus-wide event other than philanthropy. The Chapter must develop of an idea then manage logistics and marketing of the event.What was the event, the date(s) of the event, and content covered. Submit as the event(s) are completedProgramming Director
OperationsStar Point 21Operations Star Point 21At least one brother holds a leadership role in another registered student organization or event. Note: up to 5 points, 1 point for every brother in a leadership role.The brother’s name, organization they are serving, and their position. Submit once during the yearOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 22Operations Star Point 22At least one intramural team places in the top three in the division.Which sport, brothers involved and information about winning. Submit as availableOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 23Operations Star Point 23At least one brother receives local recognition for his involvement on campus. Examples include receiving an award or a local honor.Name of the brother and description of the recognition.Submit as availableOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 24Operations Star Point 24The chapter receives local recognition for involvement on campus. Examples include receiving an award or a local honor.Why was the chapter recognized and who recognized them. Submit as availableOperations Director
OperationsStar Point 25Operations Star Point 25The chapter submits their score/review for any campus-based accreditation program OR the chapter submits a letter of review from the campus fraternity advisor including confirmation that the chapter is in good standing with the institution.The accreditation score OR the letter of review. Note: This cannot be the ZBT-appointed Chapter Advisor. If your chapter is not recognized by the campus, ZBT HQ will evaluate your standing. Submit once during the yearChapter President
OperationsStar Point 26Operations Star Point 26Director reviews the budget with the entire chapter and holds a vote to approve it.Meeting minutes where the budget was reviewed and approved. Submit each academic termFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 27Operations Star Point 27The chapter submits their dues collection plan.An explanation of the process of collecting both local and international dues including the platform used to collect.Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 28Operations Star Point 28The chapter appropriately uses collections for brothers who are delinquent on their dues. Proof of collections use. Note: If in good financial standing with ZBT but this is not used, the chapter will receive this point. Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 29Operations Star Point 29The chapter contributes at least 3% of its annual budget to reserves. Documentation of the 3% saved. Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 30Operations Star Point 30The chapter contributes at least 5% of its annual budget to reserves. Documentation of the 5% saved. Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 31Operations Star Point 31The chapter conducted a financial review (by an advisor or campus professional) within the last year. Date(s) performed and who performed them. Note: If you do not have an advisor, speak with ZBT’s Chief Finance Officer. Submit once during the yearFinance Director
OperationsStar Point 32Operations Star Point 32The chapter holds an event with another ZBT chapter (in-person or virtual). Date of event, chapter who co-hosted event, and pictures or description of event. Submit as the event(s) are completedChapter President
OperationsStar Point 33Operations Star Point 33The chapter submits their chapter website. The site must have been updated within the current SOE cycle.Submit once during the yearSubmit chapter website link. Note: Social media profiles will not count.Communication Director
RecruitmentStar Point 1Recruitment Star Point 1The chapter is at equal to or higher than the median New Initiate class of all fraternities within their governing council. Report from the institution with median new initiate class. You may need to request information from your campus advisor.Submit as availableRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 2Recruitment Star Point 2The chapter is at equal to or higher than the median campus chapter size. Community report from the institution detailing average size of fraternities within their council. You may need to request information from your campus advisor.Submit as availableRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 3Recruitment Star Point 3The chapter has at least one social media account to promote their events (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc.).Submit the chapter’s active social media handles. Submit once during the yearCommunication Director
RecruitmentStar Point 4Recruitment Star Point 4The chapter executes year-round recruitment. Provide a timeline or plan on how you currently or plan on executing a 365-day recruitment. This may include how you promote ZBT, collect names, recruitment events, ongoing committee duties, or other applicable materials.Submit once during the yearRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 5The chapter has recruited within 10% of their recruitment goal set by HQ. Recruit within 10% of the recruitment goalRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 6The chapter has exceeded their recruitment goal set by HQ. Exceed recruitment goalRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 7The chapter retains at least 85% of its new brothers through the 30-day disaffiliation period. Retain 85% of new brothers through the 30-day disaffiliation periodRecruitment Director
RecruitmentStar Point 8The chapter retains 100% of its new brothers through the 30-day disaffiliation period.Retain 100% of new brothers through the 30-day disaffiliation periodRecruitment Director
EducationStar Point 1Education Star Point 1The chapter holds the Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony in accordance with the Gold Book with at least 50% of brothers in attendance.Date, description of event, photos of the event, and list of brothers in attendance. Note: We recommend this is done in conjunction with educational programming on the Holocaust. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 2Education Star Point 2The chapter hosts a Founders Day or Roger Williams Day event with at least 50% of brothers in attendance.Event agenda, date, photos, and list of brothers in attendance. Can be in person or virtual.Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 3Education Star Point 3The chapter demonstrates an active ongoing partnership and relationship with Hillel, Chabad or another Jewish community organization. Documentation of the partnership through events such as service, Shabbat attendance, brother leadership roles, etc. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 4Education Star Point 4The chapter hosts events and/or educational programs connected to a Jewish holiday with at least 50% of brothers in attendance. Note: Up to 4 points total Documentation of content covered or presented, date(s) of event, who presented it, and list of brothers who attended. Submit throughout the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 5Education Star Point 5The chapter hosts an Israel advocacy, educational or celebratory event with at least 50% of brothers in attendance.Documentation of content/celebration OR documentation regarding the event with photos of the event. List of brothers attended, and date of event is needed for all options. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar PointThe chapter applies for a Chapter Heritage Grant and executes the program successfully.Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 6Education Star Point 6The chapter promotes at least 10 opportunities for community service per year via the calendar and chapter communication. Documentation of communication to the chapter and date(s) of the event. Note: You can use group chat, internal social media, emails, or meeting minutes. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 7Education Star Point 7The chapter hosts a Gift of Life Bone Marrow Registry Drive.Date(s) and photos of the event. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 8Education Star Point 8The chapter averages a minimum of five (5) swabs per brother in a Gift of Life Drive.Number of brothers and receipt of swabs sent to Gift of Life.Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 9Education Star Point 9The chapter creates or maintains an ongoing relationship with a local volunteer organization. Documentation proving a relationship with the organization. Submit once during the yearProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 10Education Star Point 10Total fundraising for the year exceeds $18.00 per brother. Proof of financial support given to a philanthropic organization like receipts. Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 11Education Star Point 11Total fundraising for the year exceeds $36.00 per brother.Proof of financial support given to a philanthropic organization like receipts.Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 12Education Star Point 12Total fundraising for the year exceeds $72.00 per brother.Proof of financial support given to a philanthropic organization like receipts.Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 13Education Star Point 13The chapter raises at least $18 per brother for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.Proof of financial support given to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals like receipts.Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 14Education Star Point 14The chapter raises at least $18 per brother for Jewish Women International (MUST be submitted through this link ). Proof of financial support given to Jewish Women International submitted through this link Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 15Education Star Point 15The chapter raises at least $18 per brother for Zeta Beta Tau Foundation. Proof of financial support given to Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Submit as availableProgramming Director
EducationStar Point 16Education Star Point 16The chapter hosts at least one Fraternity-sponsored program (such as Words to Action, Safe Smart Dating, Alcohol Skills Training Program, and Real Talk About Alcohol) OR the chapter may choose to host a campus-based program on similar topics facilitated by a campus or community professional. 80% of brothers must in attendance at each program. Note: Up to 4 points totalIf it is a ZBT program, it will be HQ TRACKED. If it is not a ZBT program, submit the name, who was presenting the program, what was the content shared, the date(s), and the list of brothers who were in attendance. Submit throughout the year Note: These programs can be submitted for other Education area Points as well.Programming Director

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