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Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute

Are you a student thinking about attending UIFI? This is the time – and you are the leader. Give us 5 days to prove it! WHY: Now more than ever, we need passionate students like you who want to advance their own leadership potential while collaborating with peers to ensure a positive fraternity/sorority experience – not only for yourself and fellow members, but also for the campuses we call home. We want our communities and organizations to thrive, and to be known for the values upon which we were founded. We also want to provide an experience for you that inspires confidence and success, whether it be in the classroom, at an organization meeting, leading a campus-wide effort, or taking a new job. WHO: UIFI is for any collegiate fraternity or sorority member with the desire to be a strong leader and who believes in the fraternal experience. You do not have to hold a formal leadership role or specific office to attend. WHAT: At UIFI, you’ll learn with and from peers who belong to various organizations and councils. Through exploration of critical issues in thought-provoking activities, the program is intended to help you identify the leader you want to be and where you can make the most impact in your chapter, council or community. Together you’ll define the challenges that our communities face today, and leave excited to address those challenges...

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Interfraternal Organizations Unite to Challenge TN Rep. John DeBerry’s Misguided Legislation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 2, 2018 CONTACT Heather Kirk, NIC Chief Communication Officer 317-872-1112 or heather.kirk@nicindy.org NASHVILLE—Officials from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), National APIDA Panhellenic Association (NAPA), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), and Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), issue the following statements in response to legislation introduced in the Tennessee House of Representatives by Rep. John Deberry (D) that would ban fraternal organizations from state colleges and universities. Joint Statement from Represented Interfraternal Organizations “One million undergraduate students and 10 million alumni have found great value through...

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NIC Philosophy and Guidance on Community-Wide Actions

Campus partners, First off, for those who attended the AFA Annual Meeting, thank you for engaging with us in important conversations last week in Atlanta. One of my lasting impressions from the conference was that our community is full of talented people, who care deeply about the future of fraternities. I also left hopeful that many of the traditional barriers to change could be overcome if we all continue to strengthen our partnerships. During the conference, I was asked many times, “What is the NIC’s position on system-wide actions?” and “Are you all going to publicly say something about...

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IGA Registration

We have temporarily moved NICF Institute for Greek Advancement (IGA) 2018 registration to the NIC website during maintenance of the NICF website. We apologize for any inconvenience. The form below is the same NICF registration form, linked to the same secure location for payment. If you have questions about IGA registration, please contact Director of NICF Programs and Services Ashley VanDewark. Thank...

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NIC and NICF partner with ChapterSpot and National Panhellenic Conference on engagement-driven data warehouse initiative

NIC and ChapterSpot also collaborate on Social Safe app development and implementation   Indianapolis, Nov. 30, 2017—The North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and NIC Foundation (NICF) are partnering with ChapterSpot, a leader in the fraternal technology space, and the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) to develop a cutting-edge data warehouse that will support advancement of the fraternal experience. This new data initiative is part of the NIC 2.0 priority to increase data-driven engagement and impact among fraternal organizations, host institutions and members. It will also enable the NICF’s implementation of a community foundation model to improve the collective impact and sophistication...

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