From Letters to Leaders offers practical strategies to address the problems that fraternity/sorority leaders and other students organizations will face on college campuses today. This includes current issues such as hazing, sexual assaults, alcohol/drug abuse, mental health, diversity/equity/inclusion, self-worth, healthy masculinity, healthy relationships, as well as building the confidence and courage needed to bring change to your college campus.
Whether you are interested in joining a fraternity/sorority as a new member, you are a seasoned member of the organization in a leadership role, you are an alumnus looking to mentor students, or you are a student affairs professional that is currently advising student organizations, this book provides a fresh look at some of the problems and the solutions to ensure a stronger future for fraternities and sororities while also protecting our members and our guests. This was written by a collection of educators in practice who work directly with fraternity and sorority members, national organizations, professional speakers, and campus leaders. The book presents an extensive selection of effective prevention-based practices, as well as relevant and timely topics, that all stakeholders—both on and off campus—can use immediately. These lessons learned within student organizations today will be extremely beneficial to the students as they graduate and enter the workforce.