first year

first yearstudents

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.


Responding to COVID-19

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The Office of Greek Life hosted the families of young men killed because of hazing at a presentation titled “Love, Mom...

Fraternity hosts forum on masculinity

As the Yale community continues to consider the future of all-male spaces on campus, members of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity hosted a...

Fraternity life is not all about the parties

If you look on Instagram’s #frat and #sorority tags, it is not uncommon to see college students drinking, smoking, partying, playing beer pong and doing...

ROTC cadet prefers to keep busy

On a college campus, it’s easy to get involved in several clubs and activities. It’s equally easy to feel overwhelmed and overworked. Matthew Legendre does...

Pi Kappa Alpha gives back

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - The BCS chapter of Habitat for Humanity needed help refurbishing a Bryan man's home and the men of the Pi Kappa Alpha...

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

Judson Horras

NIC President & CEO
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