2022 Information

  • Dates: Friday, January 14 & Saturday, January 15
  • Format: Virtual

Don’t miss out on the Academy Pass!

We are offering an exclusive deal for this virtual experience! IFCs wishing to send multiple attendees can request a group pass at a flat rate. Pricing for the Academy Pass is dependent on the number of IFC chapters on campus:

  • IFCs in Tiers 1-3: $600 until December 17
  • IFCs in Tiers 4-8: $1,250 until December 17

A discount code is required to register with the Academy Pass. Before registering your first attendee, contact Jackie Hackett at jackie.hackett@nicfraternity.org to sign up for the Academy Pass.

Thank you to 2021 participants!

The 2021 program reached an incredible, record-setting number of student leaders. Thank you to all participants, facilitators and supporters for making this opportunity so great.

IFC Academy provides IFC officers with tools and training to be effective in their specific roles, build cohesiveness as a team and understand their responsibility in the governance of their fraternity community and, traditionally, we have hosted this program in conjunction with AFLV, SGLA, and NGLA. 

To enhance learning and training opportunities, IFC officers, delegates and advisors, IFC Academy is offered online. There are officer tracks, council breakouts and content designed to help elevate and improve IFC performance.

About the online program

IFC Academy takes place over two partial days in January with a condensed agenda. We will be utilizing event management technology to live stream sessions, host robust discussion and provide valuable connections to peers and leaders in the fraternal industry.  For questions, email edprograms@nicfraternity.org.

IFC Academy offers tracks for specific officers, such as:  

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Finance
  • Health and Safety 
  • IFC Advisor
  • IFC Delegate
  • Judicial
  • President 
  • Programming (Member Development)
  • Public Relations 
  • Recruitment 
  • Scholarship
  • Secretary/Administration
  • Service and Philanthropy

PAST ATTENDEES SAY

  • 87% said as a result of participating in Academy they can define the expectations for their officer role.
  • 90% said as a result of participating in Academy they know the resources available to support their success. 
  • 88% said as a result of participating in Academy they are able to determine actions fraternity members may take to implement peer-governance. 
  • 92% said as a result of participating in Academy they are able to identify the purpose of the interfraternity council. 
  • 92% said as a result of participating in Academy they are able to define relevance for their IFC. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Click the questions to see answers to common questions about IFC Academy.

IFC Academy is about your officer role and your IFC council team and is specifically tailored for IFC officers. The curriculum in all NIC programs is unique, and the experiences build upon each other.   

IFC Academy is an institute, not a conference. That means you won’t pick and choose what sessions to attend; rather, curriculum pieces build off of each other to create a progressive learning experience. 

You will work with IFC officers in similar roles from other campuses and your council. You will engage in large- and small-group discussions about peer-governance, IFC standard operating procedures and key practices.  

  • IFC Academy offers an individual registrations and campus-based packages. For campuses in Tier 1, 2 or 3 – email us to receive the small campus discount code! 
  • If your IFC President attends PRIME, he will receive a complementary registration for IFC Academy. 

IFC Academy provides Interfraternity Council officers with tools and training to be effective in their specific roles, build cohesiveness as a team and understand their responsibility in the peer governance of their fraternity community.  

IFC Academy 2022 will be hosted as an online learning experience. Information about the January 2023 program will be announced in 2022.

IFC Academy provides the officer training tools and leadership skills to improve your community. It is a time for you to build relationships with your council and with IFC officers from other campuses.