Registration Deadline is December 6
Better Man Weekend is for chapter/provisional chapter Presidents (Cardinal) and Sergeants-at-Arms (Stone), with mandatory attendance from two of the following officers: Member Education Director, Recruitment Director, Scholarship Director or Treasurer (the officer who went to Better Man Weekend - Cardinal is ineligible to attend a second time). No substitutions or replacements are permitted, so undergraduates running for those positions in the fall should make sure their schedule will permit them to attend Better Man Weekend in its entirety. Chapters/provisional chapters should schedule elections prior to December 6, so that the new officers are able to register by the deadline to avoid paying registration costs.
REGISTER FOR BETTER MAN WEEKEND
Registration will be available soon.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 by 5 p.m. PST (to avoid paying registration costs; chapters will pay $400 and provisional chapters will pay $200 if not registered by December 6). Those chapters and provisional chapters that are flying and register by December 6 will also be eligible to be reimbursed for travel-related expenses based on available funding.
If one of the registered officers can no longer attend the program, they can no longer serve in their position and must be replaced. Proxies/substitutes/committee members are not permitted to attend in place of an officer.
The registration deadline is Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 5 p.m. Replacements (a newly elected officer and not a proxy/substitute/committee member) can be made through the registration deadline. After the registration deadline, only cancellations are accepted. In the event an officer needs to cancel, he must notify Fraternity Headquarters staff by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone calls are not an accepted form of cancellation.
Officers who cancel after the registration deadline, do not show up to the program, or are asked to leave the program for violating the expectations agreement will be billed for the true cost of attending the program ($500) as well as any travel funds paid on their half by the Fraternity. Further, officers who do not serve in their position for the entire term (until at least November 2018) will be billed the true cost of attending the program ($500) as well as any travel funds paid on their half by the Fraternity. Said officers will be individually responsible for those costs and could be sent to collections for failure to pay.