Below are the community scorecards and grade reports for each subsection of the FSL community for the previous four years. You can also view individual chapter scorecards for the previous semester and archived reports. Questions about these reports can be directed to

Community Scorecards

  • PHC Scorecard Fall 2020 
    • Due to COVID-19, completion of the equivalent of four hours per member, per semester, of community service to an all-Greek community service event, or to an exterior organization, or create a chapter service event with a minimum of 75% of chapter members in attendance was no longer expected, although encouraged if able. As a result of COVID-19, many philanthropic events for the semester were canceled. Fundraising was still encouraged through virtual endeavors.
  • NPHC Scorecard Fall 2020
  • MGC Scorecard Fall 2020
  • IFC Scorecard Fall 2020 
    • Due to the unprecedented event of COVID-19, the IFC Executive Board has collectively decided to suspend the requirements for hosting philanthropy events, completing community service hours, and hosting educational sessions. These revisions also extend the deadline of the chapter’s current sanctions for the Spring 2020 semester. The objective of these revisions is to ensure chapters will not be penalized for the inability to complete these requirements during the time spent on campus during the Spring 2020 semester before switching to online-only instruction. Due to the nature of this situation, many chapters have either ceased or severely reduced operations for the semester. We encourage our chapters to conduct operations as they deem fit, following state and federal guidelines, throughout this time. However, because of this decision, the scorecard will not properly reflect the events that chapters would have completed for this semester, as the safety and well-being was IFC’s top priority during this time. IFC, and the 20 chapters within IFC, are prepared to come back on campus for the Fall semester of 2020 and continue normal operations while still being conscientious of any remaining University, State, or National policies that may still be in place for the community.