David Stollman, an active consultant for Greek organizations and overall student life, will be presenting “Buy In or Get Out!” to the SUNY Canton Community at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater.
There will also be a following program specifically for SUNY Canton’s fraternities and sororities at 8:30 p.m.
Stollman has been consulting with fraternity chapters, national organizations, and campus Greek Councils for nearly ten years on the subject of recruitment. He has spoken on more than 400 campuses and served on the faculty of numerous university and fraternity leadership conferences nationwide. He is also an active volunteer for his chapter, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and has served in the roles of chapter counselor, District Governor, Balanced Man Project Steward, and Member of the Educational Foundations Board of Governors.
Fraternity and sorority leaders often face the challenge of battling cliques, apathy, fighting, and poor appreciation for ritual. Members who belong to any organization for the wrong reasons are all obstacles on the road to achieving success.
Stollman uses a mix of honesty, humor, and interaction to challenge students to eliminate those who would drag their chapters or organizations down. Members who care about the core values of their organizations- friendship, leadership, scholarship, and service- are challenged to pursue the very best and get rid of the rest.
For more information, contact the Office of Student Activities at extension 7315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.