The beginning of the 2017–18 academic year introduced the Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) assessment project to gather information on chapter operations and volunteer support. The assessment aims to collect data that assists the General Headquarters staff, General Officers, and chapter advisory boards when providing support to chapters. The survey gathers information based on eight competencies for chapter operations and CAB support: executive board leadership, financial management, Phikeia education, recruitment, risk management, academics, alumni relations, philanthropy, and service.
This year, we conducted the assessment at the end of 2020 and are now ready to share the results. We learned that overall CAB effectiveness across the entire organization resulted in an average rating of 3.83 (based on a five-point scale). During the 2017–18 academic year the overall effectiveness rating was 3.47.
Although moving in the right direction, we still have a number of chapters that need volunteer support.
View the CAB Assessment Results
Below are suggested next steps for chapter advisory boards and province presidents if their chapter(s) has a low score in support, chapter competence, or effectiveness.
- Review the assessment with your province president, chapter advisory board, and chapter leadership to determine a plan of action for supporting the chapter.
- Provide intentional support in areas of operation that show a low support or competence rating.
- Review the CAB Top Ten documents for each area that shows a low support or competence rating.
- Recruit additional volunteers to fill vacant positions and/or provide additional support.
During the month of February, marketing campaigns will be launched to generate volunteer interest for select chapters. See a list of chapters below that currently require additional support. If you are interested in serving one of these chapters, please show your interest.
Keep in mind that during COVID-19, most volunteer support is being done virtually. If you are interested in volunteering but are not local, don’t let that stop you!
Chapter Advisory Board Members Needed
Highlighted below are chapters in greatest need of support and development of its Chapter Advisory Board.
If you are interested in serving one of these chapters, please show your interest.
|CA Epsilon, University of California, Davis||NH Beta, Southern New Hampshire University|
|CA Kappa, California State University, San Diego||NJ Epsilon, Montclair State University|
|CA Sigma, Sonoma State University||NC Zeta, Campbell University|
|CA Xi, California State University, Chico||OH Kappa, Bowling Green State University|
|CA Pi, San Diego State University||OH Theta, University of Cincinnati|
|FL Delta, University of Miami||OK Alpha, The University of Oklahoma|
|FL Iota, University of Central Florida||OK Beta, Oklahoma State University|
|GA Gamma, Mercer University||ON Gamma, McMaster University|
|GA Iota, University of North Georgia||OR Gamma, Willamette University|
|GA Theta, Augusta University||PA Beta, Gettysburg College|
|IL Eta, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign||PA Omicron, Shippensburg University|
|IA Delta, Drake University||PA Rho, Carnegie Mellon University|
|KS Delta, Wichita State University||PA Iota, University of Pittsburgh|
|KS Theta, Ottawa University||QC Alpha, McGill University|
|KY Alpha-Delta, Centre College||TX Beta, University of Texas at Austin|
|KY Kappa, Northern Kentucky University||TX Nu, Texas A & M University|
|MA Gamma, Massachusetts Institute of Technology||TX Xi, University of Texas at San Antonio|
|MD Delta, Johns Hopkins University||VA Beta, University of Virginia|
|MI Zeta, Central Michigan University||VA Kappa, Radford University|
|MN Alpha, University of Minnesota||WA Delta, University of Puget Sound|
|MN Beta, Minnesota State University, Mankato||WI Alpha, University of Wisconsin|
|MO Beta Prime, Central Methodist University||WI Gamma, Ripon College|
|MO Zeta, Southeast Missouri State University||WV Gamma, West Liberty University|
|NV Alpha, University of Nevada, Reno||WI Epsilon, St. Norbert College|
For more information regarding the Chapter Advisory Board assessment or Chapter Advisory Board support, please contact Director of Volunteer Support Myra Duritsch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 thoughts on “Phi Delta Theta Completes 2020 Chapter Advisory Board Assessment ”
I’d be interested in serving on the CAB for GA Gamma at Mercer University in Macon GA. I still live in the area and am active with the Mercer Phi alumni group now. I was the chapter advisor in the early 80s and I was active at GA Zeta at Georgia College in Milledgeville GA from 1982 to 1985. My Bond Number is 116. YITB, Chris Sanders
Past President of Louisiana Delta (1987-88) and served on CAB for Emory University 10 years ago. I live in the vicinity of Georgia Iota.
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