Workshops & Training

Workshops and training

A two-hour, evidence-based harm reduction program that focuses on encouraging students to make safer and more informed decisions around drugs and alcohol.

All first-year members are required to attend.

A new-member workshop on community values, the history of sorority and fraternity life at IU, and goal setting for each member’s experience. This hour-long program is facilitated to individual chapters and the larger Greek community in order to complement new member education/intake processes.

Second-year workshop on community leadership, leadership development, personal ethics, and decision making. This hour-long program is facilitated to individual chapters and the larger Greek community.

Third-year workshop on diversity and inclusion. This hour-long program is facilitated to individual chapters and the larger Greek community.

Focuses on transitioning your Greek membership to post-graduate life and being an engaged IU alumnus. This hour-long program is facilitated to individual chapters and the larger Greek community.

Chapter presidents and council leaders from all four councils come together for a day-long retreat centered in an NIC-based curriculum to facilitate community building, leadership development, and goal setting.

A two-hour, IU-specific program that focuses on bystander intervention as it relates to sexual and relationship violence, microaggressions, and hazing.

All second-year members are required to attend.

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Indiana Lifeline Law

We urge students to look out for each other, both on and off university property. The Indiana Lifeline Law gives immunity for minor alcohol offenses to people who are seeking medical assistance for a person suffering from an alcohol-related health emergency.

Read more about the Lifeline Law