Colorado State gets high marks for its efforts in making their greek system safer. They take a multi-faceted approach encouraging early reporting of hazing, creation of an end hazing workgroup and offering excellent online information on fraternities' performance.
There is one element missing. The Rams would get a perfect score if they were doing more in the training and accountabiltiy of alumni volunteers. National fraternities know that in those chapters where they have a competent and well trained adviser, they have few if any behavior problems. Incorporating this would get them an A+ rating rather than the current A-.
Oops. Guess This Wasn't Very Important After All.
I guess they will get to it after summer recess.