Interested in hosting a UIFI program on your campus or for your inter/national organization?

Campuses can host a UIFI session specifically for members of their fraternity/sorority community. These programs are held on that campus or local to the community, and organized by campus professionals/leaders in partnership with NIC staff. The NIC hosted the first campus-based UIFI session at Purdue University in 2008. Since then, we have had the opportunity to partner with University of Minnesota, The Ohio State University, Denison University, Texas Christian University, and Florida International University to bring this innovative program to their fraternity/sorority communities.

Inter/national fraternal organizations can host a UIFI session, bringing together collegiate members from chapters and communities across North America. Organization sessions are held at a central location determined by the organization and are organized by the inter/national organization staff or volunteers in partnership with NIC staff. Phi Mu, Chi Phi and Sigma Pi have hosted organization sessions.

If you are interested in either of the above opportunities, contact NIC Director of Education and Leadership Development Melissa Kish for more information, including costs, curriculum highlights, planning resources and more.

In 2017, 917 students from 234 different campuses and 128 organizations attended UIFI. Many of those students would not have been unable to attend without the encouragement and support of their universities and fraternities/sororities.

  • Encourage students to attend UIFI: Promote the program to your chapters and councils. The NIC can provide social media images, posts and messages for your use to tell students about UIFI. If you need more information and any resources, contact NIC Director of Education and Leadership Development Melissa Kish.
  • Provide Scholarships: Many students attend UIFI through financial support from their inter/national organizations, councils, campuses, and even chapters.