The Fraternity’s authority is bound in the National Executive Council (formerly called the Central Council) and administrated on a day-to-day basis by the National President and officers.
Within Phi Sigma Chi’s national organization, National Council is responsible for setting strategies and measuring progress toward strategy-level goals that affect the organization. In its role of leading the Fraternity, National Council always strives to act in a way that represents the founding principles of Phi Sigma Chi. It values and strives to properly protect the physical and mental health and safety of Phi Sigma Chi members. National Council acts to foster the financial stability and growth of Phi Sigma chi and acts to continuously improve the amount of member participation and investment in Phi Sigma Chi.
COMPOSITION. The National Executive Council of Phi Sigma Chi is composed of alumnae from all chapters across the nation who volunteer on behalf of the organization. These men work hard to maintain consistency and promote brotherhood among all chapters and colonies, as well as ensuring that all requirements are met on the local and national levels.
A PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM. The National Fraternity operates based on a Parliamentary system. The governing body of the Fraternity is the National Executive Council; this Council is the supreme Executive, Legislative and Judicial body of the Fraternity. All decision made by the National Executive Council are final and not subject to review.
CHAIRMAN. The National Council, when in session, is chaired by the National President of the Fraternity. He is the officer that selects the date, time and locale of the annual meeting or of any special meeting of the Council; likewise, he sets the agenda.
DUTIES AND POWERS. The National Council has the following among its regular duties:
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