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No Cost Recruitment Solution from OmegaFi

Reducing the Barriers to Membership through FREE recruitment software Over the last few...

A fresh look at food service

At College Fresh, we share your concerns about the immediate future of Greek Life.  Like you, we...

Here’s a List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall

The coronavirus pandemic has left higher-education leaders facing difficult decisions about when to reopen campuses and how to go about it. The Chronicle...

ICS offer from OmegaFi

During this uncertain time, OmegaFi remains focused on supporting the business, members and fraternity and sorority communities that make our world great.

Senior Fall Decision: The After-May 1st COVID-19 Study

Based on two congruent studies—the most recent being conducted after the May 1 deadline—we are pleased to...

Fraternity & Sorority Will Endure: Immediate Joint Growth Recommendations For The Entire Fraternity/Sorority Industry To Weather The Storm of COVID-19 Implications

The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values (AFLV) and Phired Up & TechniPhi released draft guidance focused on supporting growth for fraternities and sororities in the...

IFC Video Conference Background

Looking to brand your IFC video conference calls? Try our IFC background (right-click image to save to your computer).

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DignityU: Building Up or Tearing Down by Mike Dilbeck

An exclusive program for IFC and Chapter Officers - DignityU: Building Up or Tearing Down by Mike...

IFC Resources

The NIC provides crucial support to IFCs through working with our staff and volunteers as well as...

Statement on Indiana U. encouraging closure of fraternity facilities

The health and safety of members and the community is the top priority for fraternities at IU. Fraternities and housing corporations are...

New Pike Study: Fraternity and Sorority Members Significantly More Engaged, Satisfied

August 31, 2020 Indianapolis, IN—Long-time prominent higher education researcher Dr. Gary R. Pike of Indiana University recently presented conclusions...