Updated: March 8, 2023
The Committee on Student Organizations (CSO) has the responsibility for investigating and sanctioning student organizations charged with violations of university, state, or student organization policies. Possible statuses can include:
- Probation with Restrictions
Student organizations that have been Terminated include:
The University recommends that students not join or participate in any sponsored activity by the listed group.
- Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
- Chi Phi Fraternity
- Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity
- Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity
- Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Student organizations currently Suspended include:
Suspension means a temporary loss of all of an organization’s privileges for a specified period of time, not to exceed two years.
Student organizations currently on Probation with Restrictions include:
Probation with Restrictions indicates that the organization has been restricted in its activities due to sanctioning by the CSO.
Student organizations disassociated from the University include:
The University recommends that students not join or participate in any sponsored activity by the listed groups. Membership or participation could increase safety concerns for students, as these groups are not accountable to any University polices or procedures.
- Theta Chi Fraternity
- Turning Point USA
A further description of CSO policies can be found at: https://policy.wisc.edu/library/UW-2002
Organizations terminated or who disassociated from the University while actively involved in a CSO disciplinary process must petition for reinstatement. Details on the reinstatement process can be found here: Registered Student Organization Reinstatement Process, and the petition form can be accessed here: https://win.wisc.edu/submitter/form/start/470178.