Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute

The Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI), hosted by the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), is a five-day institute that brings together fraternity men and sorority women from across North America to create opportunities to explore, define and enhance their leadership skills, personal awareness, commitment to their fraternity or sorority and grow to expect values based action from themselves and those they lead. At UIFI, you will be given the skills to improve your own leadership abilities and positively affect your chapter, council, and community.

Participating in UIFI means that you are willing to talk about how fraternity and sorority leaders live their Ritual. It means having the courage, character, and commitment to do what is right and devise a plan to change the current direction of some fraternities and sororities. It means having a vision of positive change.

The institute is interactive, fun, challenging, and intentional. During a session, you’ll experience hands-on interaction, experiential activities, discussion time, and personal reflection time. There is considerable focus on the positive aspects of fraternities and sororities in addition to important discussions about issues that threaten our future.

Each UIFI participant will develop their own unique personal plan of action and be challenged to make a commitment to leading positive change within their organization. Creating positive change is a challenge, one that each participant must be willing to undertake. Click here to learn more.

Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute Essential Information

Pledging or initiated undergraduates

All sessions will take place at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana

11 sessions starting in May and ending in July

Beta is proud to offer 70 scholarships to attend UIFI. Scholarships are available
on a first come, first served basis. To receive a scholarship, please register via
the online registration system which opens on February 15.

Registration is now closed.


Additional Information:
After you register for the scholarship with Beta, you will need to register for UIFI with the NIC. Registration is first come, first served basis and your placement in a session is based on the preferences you select during the registration process. Registration for UIFI (via the NIC website) opens on February 29. When you register, please list “Beta Theta Pi” in the scholarship section of the registration process.

For general questions, please contact Mandi Dilling at the Administrative Office.


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List of Attendees

Who Will Be There