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As the annual Fraternity convention, the Leadership Institute serves as the highlight of the educational calendar. Each undergraduate chapter is asked to send a minimum of two members. Undergraduate and alumni members participate in the program which includes legislative meetings, province meetings, a Fraternity update and educational opportunities. The Leadership Institute provides an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of a brotherhood, which stands on a foundation of justice, while targeting educational content to meet the contemporary challenges of students and alumni. Educational breakout sessions are organized around several themes, including the history of Delta Upsilon, health and wellness, chapter operations, personal growth and career development.
Date: July 28 – July 31, 2016
Hotel:Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
1 South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Register For LI Today!
Per person costs: $609 in quad room, $659 in triple room, $759 in double room
Part-time per person costs: $100 banquet only
Per person costs: $709 double room, $809 single room, $475 no room,
Part-time per person costs: $100 Thursday registration, $175 Friday registration, $225 Saturday registration, $100 banquet only
Former Staff Reunion
An IHQ staff reunion will be held in conjunction with Leadership Institute, featuring an evening activity on Friday, July 29. Various registration packages are available for staff wishing to attend the reunion dinner, as well as other parts of LI.
Highlights of this year’s Leadership Institute include:
Reflect on and reconnect with your commitment to Delta Upsilon through the Model Initiation.
Dynamic new educational programs will include featured sessions presented by prominent and successful alumni, officer training, discussions on hot topics, new and redesigned alumni programming, and hands on training around real chapter scenarios.
Celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of our chapters, undergraduate members and distinguished alumni during the Awards Luncheon and Grand Banquet.
There will be games, interactive exhibits, and a walk through the history of the game’s greats.
Learn how Delta Upsilon is serving communities across North America and the world during the Global Service Luncheon.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Participate in the legislative process of the Fraternity
Define fraternal brotherhood through relationships outside of their specific chapter
Identify best practices for chapter operations
Articulate the purpose and value of the Global Service Initiative
Recognize the scale of their membership in an international organization
Articulate a personal definition for the Mission and Principles of Delta Upsilon
Articulate significant accomplishments in the Fraternity within the previous year
Reflect on their personal connection to the Ritual of Delta Upsilon
Identify key initiatives for the future of Delta Upsilon
“This has been an eye opening experience that has left me wanting more. My blood bleeds old gold and sapphire blue, now more than ever. I look forward to hopefully being apart of next year’s Leadership Institute.”
-Max Purdy, San Diego’16