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Cassidy, Casey Introduce END ALL Hazing Act in the U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON (October 25, 2019)– Fraternity and sorority groups along with parents of children who died from acts of hazing applauded the introduction...

Southeastern Conference Senior Student Affairs Officers and Executive Directors/Chief Executive Officers of the North American Interfraternity Conference Partner on Coalition

At Power 5 Conference, organizations commit to collaborating on the wellbeing of fraternities INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 14, 2019 – A coalition has...

Statement about Ohio University’s double standard

Ohio University is using a double standard when addressing campus-wide hazing allegations. While all IFC chapters including those who are following the...

Statement regarding Ohio University IFC suspension

Hazing is a serious societal issue, and we strongly believe in holding individuals accountable. However, Ohio University’s suspension that impacts students not accused...

Statement regarding the announced deferred recruitment at Cal State Long Beach

“Any student organization, any time!” TAKE ACTION NOW Without seeking input or discussion with impacted...

STATEMENT: AFTER FEDERAL COURT RULING, IT’S TIME FOR HARVARD TO RECONSIDER ITS MISGUIDED ATTACK ON STUDENT RIGHTS

INDIANAPOLIS, August 15, 2019 – Dani Weatherford, CEO of the National Panhellenic Conference, Judson Horras, CEO of the North American Interfraternity Conference,...

Kyle Martin joins Campus Support Team as Midwest VP; Ayers and Budde depart

Indianapolis, July 30, 2019 — Interfraternal leader Kyle Martin has joined the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) staff as Vice President of Campus Operations...

END ALL Hazing Act introduced by Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) and Congressman G.T. Thompson (R-PA)

WASHINGTON— Fraternity and sorority groups along with parents of children who died from acts of hazing collectively are backing new legislation to...

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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...

Protected: Facilitators

Thank you for helping us to strengthen the future of our fraternity/sorority communities. The NIC offers many resources to help make our...

Statement on recent tragedies

The recent deaths attributed to fraternity activities remain under investigation by local authorities. These are separate situations and therefore it is inappropriate...

Statement regarding Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

We are disappointed that Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity has decided to leave the NIC and offended in the manner they communicated their...