Regional Conference
Participants will be educated on leadership development, an overview of Fraternity operations and the day-to-day tasks of the particular offices.
Regional Conferences are a one-day leadership development and officer training program. Regional Conferences are focused on preparing incoming officers to be strong and effective leaders. The program educates participants on leadership development, an overview of Fraternity operations and the day-to-day tasks of the particular offices.
Who is attending?
  • President
  • Vice President
  • Vice President of Alumni Relations
  • Recruitment Chair
  • Membership Orientation Officer
  • Risk Management Chair
  • Treasurer
  • Scholarship Chair
  • Philanthropy Chair
  • General Leadership – for emerging leaders and officers without a specific track
Why should you attend?
To invest in yourself as a chapter leader for the betterment of the chapter/colony you lead. Specifically, participants will…
  • provide officers the tools they need to work as a part of an effective executive council team.
  • provide opportunities to connect with peer officers in other chapters to establish resource networks and share best practices.
  • provide guidance and coaching to establish cohesive chapter goals.
When and Where?
The Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, hosted at the University of Washington
Saturday, January 27th.
  • Alpha Kappa – Washington State
  • Alpha Pi – Washington
  • Beta Gamma – Idaho

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The Capital Regional Conference, hosted at Lynchburg College
Saturday, January 27th

  • Alpha Theta Colony – William & Mary
  • Beta Omicron – Maryland
  • Gamma Eta – East Carolina
  • Gamma Tau – Old Dominion
  • Epsilon Beta – West Virginia Tech
  • Epsilon Lambda – Longwood
  • Epsilon Mu – UNC-Pembroke
  • Epsilon Chi – Virginia Tech
  • Epsilon Omega – Shepherd
  • Zeta Epsilon – Lynchburg
  • Chi Colony – North Carolina State
  • Zeta Mu – Appalachian State

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The Red River Regional Conference, hosted at University of North Texas
Saturday, February 3rd

  • Psi – Colorado
  • Alpha Sigma – Colorado State
  • Beta Alpha – Texas-Austin
  • Beta Kappa – Oklahoma State
  • Gamma Xi – East Central OK
  • Gamma Psi – Texas State
  • Zeta Theta – North Texas
  • Beta Zeta – Colony New Mexico State

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The Leaders Regional Conference, hosted at Flying Horse Farms a seriousfun camp
Saturday, February 10th

  • Beta – Ohio
  • Gamma – Ohio State
  • Epsilon – Mount Union
  • Phi – Bethany
  • Alpha Alpha – Michigan State
  • Alpha Delta – Case Western
  • Alpha Phi – Akron
  • Alpha Omega – Baldwin-Wallace
  • Beta Mu – Kent State
  • Beta Phi – Westminster
  • Delta Lambda – Muskingum
  • Delta Nu – Wright State
  • Epsilon Rho – Indiana U of Pennsylvania
  • Zeta Beta – Saginaw Valley State
  • Zeta Kappa – Kenyon

The Leaders Regional Conference: Volunteer Track (Pilot Program)

Who should attend?: Any current or interested advisor working with undergraduate members.

 Learning Objectives: The learning objectives have been developed based on survey data and Volunteer Development Institute assessment feedback.  The learning objectives for the program are the following:

  • Understand how your strengths and how to utilize them to support your chapter and chapter’s BOG.
  • Review advising best practices and how to address common issues.
  • Gain a better understanding of how to work with the current generation of Phi Tau.
  • Improve advising knowledge and skills.
  • Learn how to prevent issues before they happen versus reacting to them.

What to Expect?: The program runs from 9:00 pm to 5:00 pm concurrently with the undergraduate program and there is $10 registration fee.  Lunch is provided.


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The West Coast Regional Conference, hosted at Cal Poly Pomona
Saturday, February 10th

  • Nu – UC Berkeley
  • Beta Psi – Cal State-Long Beach
  • Beta Omega – Cal State Chico
  • Gamma Iota – Sacramento State
  • Gamma Omicron – Cal State-Fullerton
  • Delta Tau – Cal Poly-Pomona
  • Epsilon Theta – San Francisco St
  • Epsilon Sigma – Chapman
  • Epsilon Tau – Arizona
  • Zeta Gamma – San Jose
  • Arizona State Colony – Arizona State

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The Southeast Regional Conference, hosted at Georgia Tech
Saturday, February 17th

  • Alpha Eta – Florida
  • Alpha Lambda – Auburn
  • Alpha Chi – Mississippi St
  • Beta Epsilon – Southern Mississippi
  • Beta Iota – Florida State
  • Beta Xi – Georgia
  • Delta Gamma – Ole Miss
  • Zeta Alpha – Belmont
  • Zeta Eta – Alabama
  • Zeta Lambda – Middle Tennessee St
  • Zeta Xi – South Carolina
  • Alpha Rho Colony – Georgia Tech
  • Columbus State Colony – Columbus State

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New England Regional Conference, hosted at Cornell University
Saturday, February 17th

  • Xi – Franklin & Marshall
  • Alpha – Tau Cornell
  • Alpha Upsilon – Colgate
  • Delta Chi – Rochester
  • Epsilon Epsilon – William Paterson
  • Epsilon Kappa – Rutgers

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Bluegrass Regional Conference, hosted at Transylvania University
Saturday, February 24th

  • Delta – Centre
  • Theta – Transylvania
  • Kappa – Kentucky
  • Beta Beta – Louisville
  • Beta Lambda – Indiana
  • Gamma Beta – Cincinnati
  • Zeta Iota – Indiana-Kokomo
  • Delta Theta – Georgetown
  • Delta Pi – Murray State
  • Delta Rho Colony – Eastern Kentucky
  • Zeta Lambda – Middle Tennessee St

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Heartland Regional Conference, hosted at Truman State University
Saturday, February 24th

  • Zeta – Illinois
  • Iota – Coe
  • Lambda – Purdue
  • Mu – Lawrence
  • Alpha Nu Colony – Iowa State
  • Beta Chi – Southern Illinois
  • Gamma Alpha – Michigan Tech
  • Gamma Mu – Bradley
  • Delta Epsilon – St. Cloud
  • Delta Omega – Truman State
  • Zeta Zeta – Illinois-Springfield
  • Zeta Nu – Minn-Duluth
  • Upsilon – Nebraska Wesleyan
  • Delta Beta – Evansville

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Registration is now open for all regional conferences and closes the Monday prior to the specific conference at 12:00 PM EDT.

Regional Conference Schedule


The chapter has pre-paid your conference fee for up to eight participants. Each participant is responsible for a $10 registration fee at the time of registration, for lodging if applicable and travel to the program. If your chapter has a CEG fund with the Phi Kappa Tau Foundation 40% of your travel can be reimbursed through the chapter CEG fund along with the registration fee.

Learn more about the travel policy and funding. Learn about the travel policy and funding.


Questions about the logistics or registering for this program can be addressed by your chapter’s success manager.

Questions about the program’s curriculum can be addressed to the Associate Director of Education & Wellness, Jess Schauble, at or by calling (800) PKT-1906.