Did you know? In addition to our general membership education programs offered online and in-person throughout the year, Chi Phi also has a standardized New Member Education Program developed through the National Office and approved by the Chi Phi Congress.

General Information

The Chi Phi Fraternity recognizes the importance of an evolving educational platform for our members. With this in mind, we are pleased to begin offering online educational tools for New Members, Initiates, Alumni, and even Friends of Chi Phi who wish to learn more.

While additional courses are still in the works, a library on our current programs can be found below.

Interested in more? Contact Director of Education and Accountability Ryan Lugabihl at lugabihl@chiphi.org with any questions.

Building Better Men Webinar Series

We are pleased to introduce our Building Better Men Webinar Series in Spring 2021.

This webinar series hosts a variety of important topics facing fraternity men today with a focus on Building Better Men through leadership, personal, and professional development. These programs are a vital part of the 2021 Virtual Regional Leadership Alliances and will benefit Chapters in their Accreditation submissions.

Each webinar is open to all members of Chi Phi, including undergraduates, Alumni, and Advisors. Recordings will be made available for 60 days following the live session.

See below for more information and registration links.

Building Better Men Webinar Series

Redefining Brotherhood – Gentry McCreary

Tuesday, April 13 at 8:00pm Eastern

Register for April 13

What is brotherhood? Ask any ten members of your chapter this question, and you’re likely to get ten different answers. Brotherhood means different things to different people; a group of men who have your back, a shared social experience, a sense of family, a group of people who push you to be a better person. In this session, we’ll explore nearly ten years of research into the nature of fraternal brotherhood and help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of the brotherhood in your chapter. We’ll also discuss proven strategies to improve the brotherhood in your chapter.

An Hour of Power – Dr. Lori Hart

Realities that Matter: A Discussion on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Dr. T. Leon Williams

Behind Happy Faces: A Discussion on Mental Health – Ross Szabo

The Chi Phi Risk Management Policy

The Chi Phi Fraternity has a number of policies and expectations for members and events. This course will review the Risk Management Policies for you to better understand what they are and mean. 

Please ensure that you finish the course all the way to the final form to record your completion. 

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Officer Training Courses

The following courses represent only a portion of Chi Phi’s annual Officer Training. Chapter Officers should work through the online lessons provided through the modules linked below. These courses provide an in-depth look into the responsibilities of each role and how to develop yourself as a leader.

A follow-up portion of Officer Training will be held at a later date through a live video training with each Officer role.

Alpha: Current and incoming Chapter Alphas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training. They are also encouraged to complete the course on Chi Phi’s Risk Management Policy.

Beta: Current and incoming Chapter Betas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Gamma: Current and incoming Chapter Gammas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Delta: Current and incoming Chapter Deltas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Epsilon: Current and incoming Chapter Epsilons should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Zeta: Current and incoming Chapter Zetas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Eta: Current and incoming Chapter Etas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training. They are also encouraged to complete the course on Chi Phi’s Risk Management Policy.

Theta: Current and incoming Chapter Thetas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Iota: Current and incoming Chapter Iotas should complete this course as part of their Officer Training.

Accreditation Chairman: No formal Officer Training course will be provided for Accreditation Chairman; however, you should visit chiphi.org/accreditation fo a schedule of upcoming webinars hosted by the Accreditation Committee.

For 2021 Regional Leadership Alliances: The second half of your Officer Track will include a live session with staff and volunteers. Register for one of your role’s two times below. You must complete the online coursework before your live session. For more information, visit chiphi.org/rla.

Alpha February 24 at 6pm EST March 1 at 8pm EST
Beta February 22 at 6pm EST March 3 at 6pm EST
Gamma February 23 at 6pm EST March 4 at 8pm EST
Delta February 25 at 8pm EST March 2 at 6pm EST
Epsilon February 25 at 6pm EST March 2 at 6 pm EST
Zeta February 22 at 5 pm EST March 4 at 8pm EST
Eta February 24 at 8pm EST March 1 at 6pm EST
Theta February 22 at 7 pm EST March 4 at 6pm EST
Iota March 1 at 5pm EST March 3 at 8pm EST

Additional Courses

Have suggestions or questions about possible future online courses through Chi Phi? Email Ryan Lugabihl at lugabihl@chiphi.org.

Email Ryan

Strategic Planning Resources

PURPOSE

Strategic Planning is an important practice of successful organizations and Chapters. It helps leaders and members align their values, purpose, initiatives, and plans for what they want to achieve. This guide is to help guide through the process of creating a Strategic Plan that can then be implemented by a Chapter.

THE STRUCTURE

This guide is broken into 5 key sections:

  1. Values/Purpose of the Chapter
  2. Environmental Scan
  3. Identifying Key Focus Areas
  4. Planning
  5. Implementation

The end product will be a complete Strategic Plan for the Chapter with specific goals and an action plan charted out.

This process should be done by at least the Executive Council of the Chapter but can also include general members. Other key resources to consider involving are your Chapter Advisor(s), National Staff Contact, Fraternity/Sorority Life Advisor, and Alumni. 

Additional Website Resources

Chi Phi’s Policy Page contains a comprehensive list of the Fraternity’s current Risk Management, Good Samaritan, and Trademark Policies, among others.

Our members-only section of Chi Phi Connect contains information on our Constitution, Bylaws, and other governance. (Don’t have an account? Sign up through OmegaFi!)