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Research shows the stress of first-year students stems from a sense of loneliness. Fraternities provide first-year students with a sense of community. They provide connection and friendship when students are often far from home and familiarity. Through MYFRATERNITY, we share the positive impact of fraternities, their undergraduate members, chapters and alumni. Learn more about the benefits of fraternity life.

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PHOTO SPOTLIGHT

Advocacy

SALT LAKE CITY — As a little girl with stage four kidney cancer, Olivia Dubell remembers the fear of approaching the...

SigEp dance competition benefits Florida Diabetes Camp

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) - UF's Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity held its Surf Frenzy dance competition fundraiser Tuesday night at the Eight Seconds bar in downtown Gainesville.

Miami SigEps take charge in Bahamas hurricane relief

When Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Abacos Islands in the Bahamas, less than 200 miles off the coast of South Florida, it hit home...

Interfraternity Council helps families in need

The University of Arkansas Interfraternity Council along with its 14 Greek chapters kicked off this holiday season by purchasing more than $5,000 in groceries for local...

Sac State fraternity hosts mental health forum

Phi Beta Sigma at Sacramento State will host the mental health forum, “Let’s Talk About It,” in the University Union Wednesday. The...

At their core, fraternities are about brotherhood, personal development and providing a community of support.

Judson Horras

NIC President & CEO
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Alumni spotlight

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