Graduate Communications

Chapters who communicate regularly with their graduate brothers operate more efficiently and have a higher number of graduate volunteers and donors. At the International Headquarters, our goal is to help all chapters communicate with their graduate brothers, so we have provided chapters with inexpensive, hassle-free communication services. 

Graduate Communication Services - Permanently Closed

The Graduate Communication Services program is closed, so we are not accepting any new projects. Please contact the Director of Communications if you have a mailing project in progress/on hold.

Resources & Vendors

 Fundraising Services

Legacy Financial

The Fraternity's recommended vendor for undergraduate chapter billing. Their services include:

  • Pig Dinner event ticket sales and fundraising
  • Chapter dues billing
  • Other fundraising services

For more information, please contact J.B. Goll (Nebraska 2001), National Accounts Director, at jb@legfi.com.

Columns Fundraising:

The Fraternity's recommended vendor for house corporations and capital campaigns. For more information, visit the 1848 Housing Preferred Partners page or contact Mark Wilkison (Vermont 1983),principal and partner of Columns Fundraising. 

 Online Event Registration

Eventbee:

Easy to use online event management solution that includes online registration, event ticketing and membership management, with a $1 flat ticketing fee.

Eventbrite:

One platform to help you build, manage and grow your own events, with service fees starting at 1% + $0.99 / paid ticket. The service is free for free events. 

 

 

Undergraduate Chapter Communications

Communications Facebook Group

This public group provides resources to undergraduate chapters and serves as a communication link between chapters and headquarters. Resources include: newsletter content ideas, fraternity style guide, social media content ideas and calendar, fraternity graphics, holiday and campaign photos, etc.

Undergraduate Communications E-Newsletter

Beginning in fall 2018, this newsletter is designed to keep chapters up-to-date on upcoming events, campaigns and services from IHQ. The newsletter also includes content for correspondence to graduates and your campus community. 

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