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International Committees

The application process for Delta Chi’s committees is now available. For complete details about each standing committee, please review DELTA CHI LAW. For descriptions about each available position, please review the ‘Open Seats’ section below.

Opportunities are available for undergraduate and alumnus members. A member of a Standing Committee shall hold the required membership status (Alumnus or Student) at the time of his appointment to the Committee. Should a man’s membership status change, it shall not affect his membership on the Committee for the balance of the term to which he was appointed.

The term of members appointed to standing committees shall be from the close of the Board meeting at which they are appointed to the close of the annual meeting at which their term will expire even if this will cause the terms to be less than or greater than the specified number of years of service.

No member shall serve more than twelve (12) consecutive years on the same standing committee. There must be a two-year break in service before appointment to the same committee.

Open Seats

DELTA CHI LAW COMMITTEE (2 undergraduates)
All amendments to Delta Chi Law shall be referred to this Committee for consideration. All amendments to Delta Chi Law shall be put in proper form by the Committee. The Committee may at any time review Delta Chi Law, and prepare such amendments as shall be necessary for proper form, context, grammar, and items of similar import having no substantial effect upon the substance and intent of Delta Chi Law.

DELTA CHI DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION COMMITTEE (6 undergraduates)
Delta Chi’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee will assist Delta Chi in identifying priorities and recommendations on Delta Chi policy, education, support and other initiatives surrounding our DEI efforts. 

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (no limit)
The Committee will make recommendations to the Board on legislative priorities and advocacy. The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) has developed a government relations strategy to advocate for the fraternal experience and the rights and benefits of its members. Because a solid government relations plan is crucial to Delta Chi’s success, the Government Affairs Committee have been formed to coordinate the Fraternity’s legislative advocacy efforts with those of the NIC.

HOUSING COMMITTEE (2 undergraduates)
The Housing Committee shall recommend to the Board policies for the use of funds provided by the Fraternity from the Housing Fund. It shall be the duty of the Committee to implement these policies and to administer the Housing Fund. In addition, the Committee may recommend to the Board policies and programs regarding housing issues, financial or otherwise. A financial report of the Housing Fund shall be submitted to the chapters with the semi-annual financial report of the Fraternity.

QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE (2 undergraduate Convention delegates, during convention only)

The Committee will be appointed at the pre-Convention board meeting, and will consist of five members: a member of the Board, a “BB,” an alumni chapter delegate and two undergraduate chapter delegates. The Committee will meet prior to the opening of Convention and review the resume from each candidate for office. The Committee will submit for nomination all qualified candidates to the Convention, and may recommend specific candidates at its discretion. It will also distribute candidate resumes.

RITUAL COMMITTEE (3 undergraduates)
The Ritual Committee shall respond to any questions directed to the Committee regarding the performance of the Ritual or the Associate Member Ceremony and shall review and place in proper form any proposed amendment to the Ritual or Associate Member Ceremony. The Committee shall forward any proposed amendment to the Ritual or Associate Member Ceremony to the Board for consideration with its recommendation. The Committee shall monitor the performance of the Ritual and Associate Member Ceremony by the chapters and colonies to maintain uniformity throughout the Fraternity. Committee members, insofar as they are capable, shall assist chapter and colonies in the performance of the Ritual and Associate Member Ceremony and exemplifications. The Committee shall administer and supervise any other ceremony of the Fraternity as the Board may establish.

SERVICE COMMITTEE (3 undergraduates)
The Service Committee shall promote service to the community, assist in organizing a fraternity-wide annual week of service, organize community service events in conjunction with Fraternity events and provide campus and community service ideas to chapters for regional and campus events.

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE (1 alumnus, 3 year term)
The Committee shall direct and oversee the investment of the following funds:
(i) General Fund
(ii) Housing Fund
(iii) Endowment Fund
It shall be the purpose of the Committee to invest monies of each fund in a prudent manner consistent with the purposes and needs of each respective fund. The Committee shall operate at the direction of the Board.

QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE (2 alumni, during convention only)

The Committee will be appointed at the pre-Convention board meeting, and will consist of five members: a member of the Board, a “BB,” an alumni chapter delegate and two undergraduate chapter delegates. The Committee will meet prior to the opening of Convention and review the resume from each candidate for office. The Committee will submit for nomination all qualified candidates to the Convention, and may recommend specific candidates at its discretion. It will also distribute candidate resumes.