Revised July 2010
To ensure that all Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values Conferences continue to maintain a reputation for excellence and high standards, we have high expectations of appropriate behavior at each event. In an effort to minimize hotel security involvement, behavior standards will be monitored and enforced by the Conference Standards Team.
While the Head Delegates are responsible for the members of his or her delegation, it is expected that each conference participant read, understand, and follow conference behavior rules as well as appropriate federal, state, and local laws. The Head Delegate will be held accountable for the actions of members within his or her delegation.
The members of the Conference Staff expect all conference attendees to respect the property and the rights of the hotel and its guests. Be advised that no alcohol is allowed to be brought into the hotel or to be consumed in public areas. Alcohol is not permitted at any conference event, including meals. Loud and disruptive music is also prohibited. The laws of the host state apply to all in attendance.
After one warning, individuals violating conduct expectations may be asked to leave the conference and the hotel. Conference Staff reserves the right to send any individual or delegation home without any warning if the violation is deemed severe enough by the staff. Appropriate Head Delegates, university officials, and national fraternities/sororities will be informed of the conduct and the individuals responsible. If any member of a council is asked to leave the hotel, that council may be suspended from attending future AFLV conferences. Additionally, if a university has repeated offenses while in attendance, its membership in the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values and eligibility to attend future conferences will be in jeopardy.