NIC welcomes Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity back to the Conference

Indianapolis, November 28, 2023 — The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is pleased to welcome back Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity as a member of the Conference. Whether researching the impact of the fraternity experience, advocating for students or supporting campus communities, the work of the NIC will be further accelerated with Lambda Chi Alpha’s membership. 

Having originally joined the NIC in 1913, Lambda Chi Alpha is steadfast in their commitment to fraternity and is focused on providing a member experience for more men to live healthy, fulfilling and impactful lives.  

“Lambda Chi Alpha is committed to inspiring our members to lead an ethical life of growth, service and leadership. We are excited to rejoin the North American Interfraternity Conference and support its mission of providing opportunities for young men to seek and form positive, enriching fraternal bonds,” said Lambda Chi Alpha Chief Executive Officer Troy Medley. 

The fraternity community benefits when fraternal organizations and industry partners band together in support of the experience. With the reinstatement of Lambda Chi Alpha, the NIC is comprised of 58 member organizations including fraternities founded for leadership and business interests as well as faith-based, multicultural, historically black, and new or emerging fraternities. 

NIC President and CEO Judson Horras said, “The strength of the NIC lies in its member organizations and IFCs working in solidarity to benefit the fraternity experience, enhance the lives of young men and improve campus communities.” 

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The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is a trade association that represents national and international men’s fraternities on campuses across the United States and Canada. The NIC’s member organizations boast more than 6,000 chapters located on more than 600 campuses, with approximately 250,000 undergraduate members and more than 4.2 million alumni. The health and safety of students guides our advocacy, standards and education.