Join us as we celebrate 30 years of UIFI!

Now more than ever, we need passionate students who want to advance their own leadership potential while collaborating with peers to ensure a positive fraternity/sorority experience – not only for 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 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.

UIFI is for any collegiate fraternity or sorority member with the desire to be a strong leader and who believes in the fraternal experience. Attendees do not have to hold a formal leadership role or specific office.

2020 DATES

  • Session 1: May 14-17
  • Session 2: May 28-31
  • Session 3: June 4-7
  • Session 4: June 11-14
  • Session 5: July 9-12
  • Session 6: July 16-19

Early bird registration opens March 1 and will close May 1. All national sessions are held in Bloomington, Indiana.


At UIFI, students 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 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 back on campus – all while developing skills that are useful in and out of fraternity and sorority life. Multiple UIFI sessions are scheduled throughout each spring and summer.


UIFI is an immersive living-learning experience. Facilities are rented for the duration of the program, where students and facilitators move in for the week and are broken into “chapters.” Chapters consist of fraternity men and sorority women representing all different organizations and councils, and are led by two facilitators. Chapters spend the entire week with their facilitator team participating in activities, having tough but important discussions about the state of the fraternity and sorority experience, doing a service project together and much more.

Past Participants Say:

  • 99% say they are better leaders because of UIFI
  • 100% say they will positively impact their chapters as a result of UIFI
  • 98% have a deeper commitment to fraternity/sorority life after the program
  • 75% are likely to run for a chapter leadership position

“My perspective on Greek Life has completely changed. I didn’t understand what it meant to be in a fraternity, but UIFI educated me on the importance of the principles. I built true friendships all in the fraternal context, which showed me what I need to prioritize when I approach my chapter and fraternity/sorority life as a whole on my campus.”

— 2019 UIFI Participant


If you’re a student looking for more information about how you can be a part of UIFI and the evolution of the fraternity and sorority experience, look no further. Here you’ll find details on finding a scholarship for UIFI from your campus, organization or the NIC, as well as general costs to attend.

Registration will open soon for the 2020 program. Start planning now for which of the six sessions you can attend.

  • Session 1: May 14-17
  • Session 2: May 28-31
  • Session 3: June 4-7
  • Session 4: June 11-14
  • Session 5: July 9-12
  • Session 6: July 16-19

Early bird registration opens March 1 and will close May 1. All national sessions are held in Bloomington, Indiana. If you have questions, please email

Download a resource that outlines the information that will be needed to register via FS Central.


UIFI is a drug- and alcohol-free program. No drugs of any kind are tolerated, no exceptions. All participants, regardless of legal drinking age, are not to bring or consume alcohol at any point during the program. Violation of this policy results in expulsion from the session.


2020 program costs are outlined below. If you have questions, email

The UIFI registration fee includes all meals, lodging, and materials for the program. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs.

Registration Rates for Participant from IFC Dues Paying Campus (per person):
Before Early-bird Deadline: $600
After Early-bird Deadline: $675

Registration Rates for Participant from Non-IFC Dues Paying Campus (per person):
Before Early-bird Deadline: $675
After Early-bird Deadline: $750


Many fraternal organizations and foundations, councils and campuses provide full or partial scholarships to attend UIFI because they believe in the profound impact it makes on members. Funding may even be available through your council or chapter. We encourage you to explore these options with your organization and/or fraternity and sorority life office/council.


We encourage you to connect with your campus and council to discuss any specific opportunities that may be available for future sessions.

Click the organization name to open an email message to the scholarship coordinator or take you to scholarship page for questions specific to that organization.

Alpha Kappa Lambda
Beta Theta Pi 
Delta Delta Delta
FarmHouse Fraternity
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Kappa Psi
Pi Kappa Phi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Mu 

Sigma Kappa
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Theta Phi Alpha

If you are a representative of a fraternity, sorority or foundation wishing to provide scholarships, contact Jackie Hackett at

Serving as a Student Coordinator at UIFI can be an awesome experience for a UIFI graduate. This is an opportunity to give back and contribute to the learning of your interfraternal brothers and sisters from across North America. UIFI Student Coordinators play a critical role in the program, from managing much of the logistical support for a session to delivering testimonials, which are consistently viewed as a highlight of the UIFI experience.


UIFI Student Coordinators must be graduates of the institute and be an undergraduate student involved in fraternity/sorority life. Students graduating from their institution in the spring/summer of 2020 are eligible and encouraged to apply for 2020 UIFI sessions. Campus/fraternal industry professionals and non-students are not eligible to apply.


The primary role of the Student Coordinator is to provide logistical support to ensure a positive UIFI experience for facilitators and students participating in the program. Student Coordinators may also assist with experiential activities and other curriculum components as part of the session leadership team along with the Lead Facilitators and NIC staff.


Applications are now open for UIFI 2020! Deadline is March 1.

If you have questions, please email

Each UIFI session is facilitated by a team of volunteer facilitators who work or volunteer in fraternity and sorority life and are committed to holistic development of fraternity and sorority leaders. Many facilitators return to UIFI each summer as a way to not only serve others, but also a way to recharge personally and professionally over the summer.

Applications are now live for 2020! Deadline is March 1.

For questions, email

The future of leadership within the fraternal movement starts in your network. Submit the names of up-and-coming leaders from your campus or communities who would benefit from attending UIFI!

Thank you for your assistance in promoting UIFI among your students! Below are some graphics and resources to assist you.

For questions or specific resources, contact the NIC’s communication team.

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