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Fraternity members report higher levels of positive mental health and support

As college students deal with more anxiety, depression and feelings of social isolation, a new report from the Postsecondary Education Research Center (PERC) at...

UIFI Evolves as Addition to AFLV Experiences

December 9, 2020 INDIANAPOLIS—The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is excited to announce that educational experience leader Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values (AFLV) will be leading the Undergraduate...

Research reaffirms fraternities’ positive impact for first-year students

At a time when college students and campuses struggle to cope with impact from the coronavirus pandemic, a prominent higher education researcher finds fraternity...

Students Win! Harvard drops social group sanctions policy

Monday, plaintiffs in the federal case challenging Harvard’s sanctions policy that punishes students for joining single-sex social organizations filed a motion for a preliminary...

NIC takes further actions to support diversity, equity and inclusion

Today, America continues to face the issue of racism and as fraternity men we must acknowledge and denounce all forms of hate and intolerance. We must unite...

Federal Court Dismisses All Claims Against Yale Fraternities

February 4, 2020 – The U. S. District Court in Connecticut has dismissed all claims against fraternities in a lawsuit filed by Engender and...

Ryan Temby to Serve as VP of Campus Operations in Southeast

Indianapolis, February 3, 2020 — Veteran business executive Ryan Temby has joined the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) staff as Vice President of Campus Operations for the Southeast...

Second court rejects Harvard efforts to dismiss challenges to discriminatory policy

January 16, 2020 A state court judge has denied Harvard’s motion to dismiss sororities' legal challenge to Harvard's policy punishing students who participate in single-sex organizations. “This decision...

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