This is a guest post by Enivation, an NIC Associate Member.
At the Fall 2013 Board of Directors Meeting, the NIC reaffirmed its position against hazing.
These are campuses where fraternity communities most strongly outperformed their peers during spring 2012-13.
Emphasis on benefits to donors ignores the lifeline charities provide for poor, as well as the jobs and community support provided through the nonprofit sector.
The NIC has joined the Charitable Giving Coalition to help influence Congress to protect philanthropic giving. The following letter was sent on May 13th. We encourage you to contact your officials to help influence the conversation on charitable giving.
The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition supports the Collegiate Housing & Infrastructure Act.
Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity was seated as a new member fraternity at the 2013 NIC House of Delegates on April 15th.
It is with much excitement that we announce Gail Perry as one of THE Foundations Seminar 2013 Pre-Conference speakers.
Applications are now available for the 2013 Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute
This guest post from Robert George, Lafayette College ‘14 - Phi Kappa Psi, shares his reaction to what it means to be a fraternity man following his participation in Futures Quest.
This is a guest post from Bobbi Larsen, Education Consultant at Willis Insurance.
This post is by Katherine Pezzella, the Assistant Director of Greek Life at the College of Charleston and Regional Director for Region 8 of Gamma Phi Beta.
Mindset List is published each year by a pair of professors at Beloit College to provide a snapshot of how incoming college freshmen view the world.
The NIC shares this information each year as it is a valuable reference point of the new men that are joining fraternities across North-America, especially when being viewed by other generations.
The list for the Class of 2016:
“Hazing has no place in the fraternity experience and men who fail to abide by our principles and to do their part to ensure the fraternity experience is devoid of hazing have no place in our organizations,” said Pete Smithhisler during his testimony to the Georgia House of Representatives.