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Veronica Moore to Join NIC as Director of Emerging & Culturally-Based Fraternal Initiatives

Indianapolis, December 12, 2016—Exhibiting strong commitment to emerging and culturally-based fraternities, the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) welcomes Veronica Moore to its team. As the Director of Emerging & Culturally-Based Fraternal Initiatives, Moore will develop educational programs for these NIC groups, as well as focus on their advocacy within higher education. She will advance collaboration, resources and services to support the continued growth and development of organizations in the Fraternity Growth Accelerator, an initiative established in the historic NIC 2.0 reforms. Moore is joining the staff after completing her term as President of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors earlier this...

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NIC Foundation Grants

Collaborating to cultivate resources for campus support NIC Foundation Grants Our goal is to help improve all fraternity communities. If funding is a concern, we are willing to partner to help you find the resources to enhance your community. To this aim,the NIC Foundation will provide a limited number of challenge grants to help campuses begin their change process while they grow their local resource base, which will sustain support over the long-term. Campuses must make a three-year commitment to the Silver, Gold, Platinum or Diamond level in the NIC Campus Support Model to qualify for an NIC Foundation grant. LevelAnnual Cost for Campus Support Packages2017-2018 Campus Cost with Grant2018-2019 Campus Cost with Grant2019-2020 Campus Cost with GrantBasicPer Chapter$25/NIC Chapter;$50/Non-NIC ChapterNot ApplicableNot ApplicableNot ApplicableSilver$5,000Flat Campus Fee$4,250$4,500$4,750Gold$10,000Flat Campus Fee$8,500$9,000$9,750Platinum$15,000Flat Campus Fee$12,500$13,500$14,000Diamond$30,000Flat Campus...

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Collaborative Effort Brings College Panhellenic and IFC Officer Training to Regional Conferences

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and four regional interfraternal leadership programs are partnering to bring council officer training to students in 2017. In its pilot year, new Interfraternity Council (IFC) Academy curriculum will be facilitated at four regional conferences and new College Panhellenic Academy curriculum will be facilitated at two conferences. Programming will emphasize interfraternal leadership, establish a community mindset and goals, and take a deep dive into officer-specific training. Program collaborators are focused on recruiting seasoned content experts to deliver training. NPC will host its third annual College Panhellenic Academy in late January in addition...

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NIC to Host Special Program During AFA Annual Meeting

At this year’s Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Annual Meeting in Boston, the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) will host a special pre-conference program:   The Future of Fraternities Wednesday, November 30, 2016 | 1 to 4:30 p.m. The meeting will feature both presentations and small-group conversations that: Provide an update on the progress of NIC 2.0 Explore what our priorities and initiatives mean for you as a campus professional and how they can positively impact your community Provide an update on the progress of the NIC Presidential Commissions on alcohol, hazing and sexual assault Gather input to explore how together, we can chart...

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NIC Campus Support

Campus Support—Partnering to facilitate lasting, positive change in fraternity communities Taking Your IFC to the Next Level Fraternities are at a unique time in our history. To thrive today and beyond, fraternal culture must evolve. This will require greater partnership, collaboration and support than campuses, fraternities, chapters and the NIC have ever had. To create change within the global fraternity experience, we must focus attention at the local level. The NIC’s Campus Support Model strikes against a one-size-fits-all approach. This model prepares the community to take action and empowers interfraternal leaders toward peer governance, helping your community move toward the Vision for Fraternity Communities—Engendering Trust and Confidence in the Fraternity Experience. The NIC Campus Support Model: Provides vision and direction, yet allows for local campus customization. Fosters collaboration among local and inter/national stakeholders. Maximizes value to students and alumni. Focuses industry experts and partners on supporting campuses. Ensures consistent campus support within a high-turnover industry. The NIC Campus Support Model bundles the tools you need to improve the fraternity experience—consultation, resources, programs, assessments, and even discounts on services that will benefit your fraternity and sorority community. This maximizes value for your fraternity community, while helping you streamline planning and budgeting. You’ll also find that many offerings in our levels of support—like educational programs—can benefit the larger fraternity and sorority community on your campus, not just IFC. When your IFC pays its annual NIC dues (by Sept. 1 each year), it will...

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