The Associate Dean for FSILGs, in consultation with the respective governing council President, may impose an interim action that may include restrictions on an FSILG. These restrictions may be imposed prior to a council hearing and during non-academic terms such as holidays, IAP, and summer break periods. Such action may be taken when the alleged violation is deemed to be egregious and/or involve unsafe behavior.
Failure to meet housing, health, and safety requirements, and/or submit appropriate licenses, certificates, and documentation shall result in an Interim Action that may include, but are not limited to, loss of Approved Institute Housing, social probation, chapter group restrictions, or may result in possible legal action by the host city.
Chapters that default on MIT IRDF loans and/or grants are subject to loss of Good Standing, Approved Institute Housing, and/or Institute Recognition.