COLUMBIA, Mo. - The four Greek councils at the University of Missouri have responded to a report compiled by consultants who assessed numerous aspects of the University's Greek life system.
Dyad Strategies' report looked at policies and procedures relating to social events, organizational conduct and housing, among other aspects. It offered an in-depth analysis of the system and gave recommendations on how to improve it.
A statement from the Interfraternity Council was released Friday in response to the report. It says the councils are now discussing the results to figure out their next steps in addressing the issue. It also says that none of the recommendations made in the report will be acted on immediately.
The four Greek councils said they plan to work extensively with university officials to start implementing a new strategy to move forward in the coming months, in an effort to create a more inclusive and safe community.
You can read more about the Dyad report here.