Vice President of Risk Management Ryan O’Connor said Greek men have the sizable responsibility of knowing all the policies that apply to them.
The new rule goes further for Greek safety than consortium proposals, PHA spokeswoman said.
“I think this could be a national model,” Scroggs said. “Within a year, they’re going to be saying ‘Let’s do things like the University of Missouri.’ That’s our goal. We intend to be the national model.”
The survey had more than 1900 responses, many of which came from the Greek community.
The consortium’s proposals are not the only steps taken to reduce sexual assault during Loftin’s time at MU, but they are the most radical.
The initiative was developed in coordination with the RSVP Center and Title IX Office.
The proposed restrictions on fraternities, which the consortium spokesman said are not ready for implementation, would take effect this fall.
Update: Consortium spokesman Ted Hellman said in an email Saturday drug testing is “no longer being considered as a policy proposal.”
Proposed restrictions would apply to alcohol, out-of-town formals and women visiting fraternity houses on weekend nights.