This year, eight outstanding members
received grants from the
LKS Educational Trust.
LKS depends on two types of advisors to provide support to our collegiate chapters and student members.
The Fraternity Advisor is an alumni member selected by the collegiate chapter who assists the chapter. As a member of LKS, the Fraternity Advisor is familiar with the types of problems that may arise and can suggest solutions. Consent to serve must be obtained before listing a Fraternity Advisor on the roster. The Fraternity Advisor does not have to attend all chapter meetings but should be kept informed. A Fraternity Advisor may serve as a liaison between the alumni chapter and the chapter.
The Faculty Advisor is usually appointed by the college administration, although in some cases a chapter may select its Faculty Advisor. Only Faculty Advisors who are members of LKS may attend secret meetings. The Faculty Advisor need not attend chapter meetings unless the administration insists but should be kept informed. The Faculty Advisor is a liaison between the chapter and the faculty and thereby contributes to good relations on campus and to smooth operations of chapter activities. A chapter may have both a Fraternity and Faculty Advisor.
Resources for advisors will be coming...check back soon!