The fraternity movement of the 21st century continues the tradition of values based organizations that have prospered for nearly two centuries. Opportunities for leadership development, service, brotherhood, academic achievement, networking, and social engagement are offered through the fraternity movement. On nearly 800 campuses in the United States, Canada, and beyond, one can find a home away from home and an opportunity to belong to one of the world's largest lifelong, personal development organizations.
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President & CEO Pete Smithhisler is the official spokesperson of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
The latest news from the NIC and its member fraternities is available under the "News" section of our website.
The NIC has Position Statements on a number of issues that relate to fraternities and higher education:
Supporting the Constitutional Rights of Students
Fostering Academic Achievement
Hazing and Behavior
Little Sister Groups
Alcohol Education, Partnerships and Increased Dialogue
The NIC works with various higher education and professional researchers in order to use that information to positively impact and enhance the fraternity experience. The Case for Fraternity Rights is a strong example of our advocacy of independent research.
undergraduate spotlight: Interfraternity council at University of Texas, Austin
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