READY TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES?

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.
If you’re a UIFI graduate (you’ve attended UIFI before and completed the program) and are still an undergraduate student, you may be interested in serving as a Student Coordinator in 2019!

REGISTRATION & ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

Registration for UIFI 2019 will open in early spring. Until then, browse through the resources on these pages to learn more about this transformative leadership program, and contact Will Foran with any questions!

Once registration opens, UIFI sessions often fill up quickly. Click here to sign up for email notifications about UIFI sessions and registration.

Cost

Registration fees for UIFI typically include lodging, meals and program materials for the duration of the program. Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses.

Substance-Free Expectation

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.

UIFI SCHOLARSHIPS

Get funding to attend UIFI

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 – more specific details about organizations offering scholarships will be available here as we get closer to UIFI 2019.

Want to provide a scholarship?

If you are a campus, council or inter/national organization interested in learning how you can provide scholarship funding for members of your organization to attend UIFI, contact Will Foran for more information.

NIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Students from Culturally-Based and Emerging NIC Fraternities

Scholarships are available specifically for students who are members of NIC Fraternity Growth Accelerator (FGA) organizations. The FGA program enables the NIC to give focused growth and development opportunities and support to these emerging or culturally-based fraternities, which includes ensuring members have access to programs like UIFI. Students who belong to any of the fraternities listed as an FGA member, as well as members of other culturally-based NIC organizations, are eligible for these funding opportunities. To apply, send an email to Will Foran, including your name, school, affiliation and brief description of financial need. NIC scholarships cover 90 percent of registration costs, which includes meals and lodging. Selected students are responsible for a $50 enrollment fee and travel costs.

Because these scholarships are provided out of NIC operating funds, they are first designated to students whose organization is an NIC member. Click here to see a list of NIC member fraternities.

Students with Financial Need

For students without the financial means to attend UIFI, the NIC offers needs-based scholarships. Because this funding is provided out of NIC operating funds, they are first designated to students from NIC member fraternities. These scholarships cover 90 percent of the UIFI registration cost, which includes lodging and meals. Selected students will be responsible for a $50 enrollment fee and their travel costs to Bloomington, IN.

STUDENT COORDINATORS

Formerly known as UIFI Interns, 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.

Who is eligible to be a UIFI Student Coordinator?

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 2019 are eligible and encouraged to apply for 2019 UIFI sessions. Campus/fraternal industry professionals and non-students are not eligible to apply.

What is the role of the UIFI Student Coordinator?

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.

When can I apply?

Student Coordinator applications will be live in early 2019. Sign up here to receive a notification when the application is available.

READY TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES?

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.
If you’re a UIFI graduate (you’ve attended UIFI before and completed the program) and are still an undergraduate student, you may be interested in serving as a Student Coordinator in 2019!

REGISTRATION & ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

Registration for UIFI 2019 will open in early spring. Until then, browse through the resources on these pages to learn more about this transformative leadership program, and contact Will Foran with any questions!

Once registration opens, UIFI sessions often fill up quickly. Click here to sign up for email notifications about UIFI sessions and registration.

Cost

Registration fees for UIFI typically include lodging, meals and program materials for the duration of the program. Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses.

Substance-Free Expectation

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.

UIFI SCHOLARSHIPS

Get funding to attend UIFI

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 – more specific details about organizations offering scholarships will be available here as we get closer to UIFI 2019.

Want to provide a scholarship?

If you are a campus, council or inter/national organization interested in learning how you can provide scholarship funding for members of your organization to attend UIFI, contact Will Foran for more information.

NIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Students from Culturally-Based and Emerging NIC Fraternities

Scholarships are available specifically for students who are members of NIC Fraternity Growth Accelerator (FGA) organizations. The FGA program enables the NIC to give focused growth and development opportunities and support to these emerging or culturally-based fraternities, which includes ensuring members have access to programs like UIFI. Students who belong to any of the fraternities listed as an FGA member, as well as members of other culturally-based NIC organizations, are eligible for these funding opportunities. To apply, send an email to Will Foran, including your name, school, affiliation and brief description of financial need. NIC scholarships cover 90 percent of registration costs, which includes meals and lodging. Selected students are responsible for a $50 enrollment fee and travel costs.

Because these scholarships are provided out of NIC operating funds, they are first designated to students whose organization is an NIC member. Click here to see a list of NIC member fraternities.

Students with Financial Need

For students without the financial means to attend UIFI, the NIC offers needs-based scholarships. Because this funding is provided out of NIC operating funds, they are first designated to students from NIC member fraternities. These scholarships cover 90 percent of the UIFI registration cost, which includes lodging and meals. Selected students will be responsible for a $50 enrollment fee and their travel costs to Bloomington, IN.

STUDENT COORDINATORS

Formerly known as UIFI Interns, 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.

Who is eligible to be a UIFI Student Coordinator?

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 2019 are eligible and encouraged to apply for 2019 UIFI sessions. Campus/fraternal industry professionals and non-students are not eligible to apply.

What is the role of the UIFI Student Coordinator?

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.

When can I apply?

Student Coordinator applications will be live in early 2019. Sign up here to receive a notification when the application is available.