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F&M Fraternity Leaders Lyceum January 11th, 2014

F&M Fraternity Leaders Lyceum

Sponsored by: The Alumni Greek Council (AGC) ,Dean of the College, and Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Where: F&M Steinman College Center (building 63)
When: January 11th, 2014 9:00 am-5:30pm
Registration Deadline: Please Complete the Registration No Later Than December 18th, 2014
Dress: Casual 

  • Check in: 8:30am "Sharp" SCC Atrium

  • Morning Session: 9:00am-12noon Booth-Ferris North

  • Lunch: 12noon - 1:30pm SCC Atrium  

    • FS Life "State of the Union"  with Dean Hazlet

  • Afternoon Session: 1:30pm-5:00pm Booth-Ferris North

  • Individual Group Dinners/Meetings: 6:30pm-8:30pm (Location to be determined by the individual organizations)

Please join us for a great opportunity to come together and advance and elevate the F&M FS Experience. Questions? Contact the Office of FS Life (Stuart Umberger) 717-358-4875
  • Building New Leaders
  • Emerging Leaders

    Morning Session: 9:00am-12noon Booth-Ferris North

    Building New Leaders ~  an opportunity to come together and learn about ourseles and other leaders around us. You will have a chance to learn about values as the foundation of leadership, take a look at qualities of leaders and explore leadership concepts and skills in an interactive way. Participants will tackle some of the common challenges that leaders face and develop their own definition of leadership

    Learning Outcomes

    • Have a clear picture of values and how these values impact their effectiveness as a leader
    • Understand and identify with the qualities that make a leader
    • Develop skills to overcome challenges associated with being a leader
    • Demonstrate and practice leadership styles in order to understand the value and difference between each
  • Impactful Organizations ~ Finding Your Why
  • Finding Your Why ~ Impactful Fraternities

    Afternoon Session: 1:30pm-5:30pm Booth-Ferris North

    The Finding Your Why interactive workshop is a way for members from different fraternities to examine their individual groups as part of the whole community. Participants will find the value that each organization brings to the table while examining the relevancy of each group. In addition, participants will begin to understand what role stakeholders play in their organization and how stakeholder relations can advance the purpose of their group while developing actionable goals to move their community forward.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Determine the role of core values within each organization and the community
    • Identify and establish a plan to collaborate with and serve all stakeholders
    • Create a legacy statement in order to advance the purpose of each organization
    • Identify common organizational themes, needs and issues in order to implement possible solutions

    Helping your organization find its purpose within your campus community by remembering why it began in the first place.

  • Early Arrival Request
    You must request to be back on January 10th to so can be ready at 8:30am on January 11th. 
    Do you plan to stay in your on campus residence hall or theme house during Fall Break?

    If so, please click on the link to register below.

    Fall Break Request Form

    From Lori Foust (Housing) "The students that live in a residence hall or theme house must "register" if they needed to return early."


Do not Register IFC Executive Officers as part of your Fraternity (7) seven. 

You may register your IFC Delegate as one of your Attendee's if you choose.