Registration for UIFI 2019 will be available in late February. Until then, please browse through these pages to learn more about this transformative leadership program, the 2019 schedule, 2019 program costs. If you have further questions, please email email@example.com.
UIFI is a drug- and alcohol-free program. No drugs of any kind are tolerated, no exceptions. All participants, regardless of legal drinking age, are not to bring or consume alcohol at any point during the program. Violation of this policy results in expulsion from the session.
UIFI 2019 SCHEDULE
We will host 9 sessions in 2019 and each will have approximately 80 fraternity/sorority leaders from across North America. Spaces are limited.
Each UIFI Session is 5 days and held in Bloomington, Indiana. Session dates for 2019 are:
- Session 1 – May 11-15
- Session 2 – May 15-19
- Session 3 – May 18-22
- Session 4 – June 1-5
- Session 5 – June 3-7
- Session 6 – July 7-11
- Session 7 – July 13-17
- Session 8 – July 20-24
- Session 9 – July 27-31
UIFI 2019 COSTS
The UIFI registration fee includes all meals, lodging, and materials for the program. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs to and from Bloomington, Indiana. For students who are flying to UIFI, directions will be provided so that they can take advantage of a round trip UIFI airport shuttle.
Registration Rates for Participant from IFC Dues Paying Campus (per person):
Before Early-bird Deadline (April 23, 2019): $575
After Early-bird Deadline: $650
Registration Rates for Participant from Non-IFC Dues Paying Campus (per person):
Before Early-bird Deadline (April 23, 2019): $650
After Early-bird Deadline: $675
FACILITATING AT UIFI
Each UIFI session is facilitated by a team of volunteer facilitators who work or volunteer in fraternity and sorority life and are committed to holistic development of fraternity and sorority leaders. Many facilitators return to UIFI each summer as a way to not only serve others, but also a way to recharge personally and professionally over the summer.
Each session will also have two student coordinators who are current undergraduate leaders and graduates of UIFI. The student coordinator role is designed to support the success of the program and participants while contributing to the UIFI learning environment.
All applications will be due on March 1, 2019.