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FSL Academy

Saturday, January 30, 2016 | Registration Now Open

MTSU Student Union | #FSLAcademy


What Is the FSL Academy?

The purpose of the FSL Academy is to provide education, growth and development to fraternity and sorority chapter leaders at Middle Tennessee State University.

The FSL Academy is a one-day leadership conference designed specifically for chapter officers. The FSL Academy will consist of workshops and presentations that will address topics related to the positions within fraternities and sororities.

Participants will attend multiple sessions that correspond with his/her position. Recommendations will be provided related to specific roles/positions; however, you may choose the sessions that you feel will be most beneficial.

Who Should Attend?

This is a TureBlue event. Attendance is required for all chapter officers. The FSL Academy is free of charge and lunch will be provided.

Registration

Registration is limited to those serving in a leader capacity within your chapter. If space allows, registration will be re-opened for additional members. 

Register here

 

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