WHAT IS FCA?
The Fraternity Communications Association, formerly the College Fraternity Editors Association (CFEA), offers a long and resplendent history as a prime force behind the founding, organization and proliferation of the fraternity movement.
As a professional association, FCA is composed of fraternities and sororities, affiliates and associate members. The organization is unique within the fraternity movement in that the organization, not the individual editor, holds membership.
As the first interfraternity organization, FCA launched other groups, such as the National Interfraternity Conference and Fraternity Executives Association.
Regular membership in FCA consists of social, professional and honor societies. Affiliate membership is offered to other interfraternity groups, and associate membership is extended to sponsors or vendors.
Each year our Association receives hundreds of entries from more than 50 of our member organizations. The best of the best are recognized during the Annual Awards Banquet on the last night of the Annual Conference, thanks to the generous support of the North-American Interfraternity Foundation (NIF). The Association is proud of the long partnership it has had with the North-American Interfraternity Foundation.
Every year, FCA member organizations are honored for their outstanding efforts in a variety of writing, design and communication categories. More than just a recognition opportunity, however, the Associationís awards program is also a valuable teaching tool for our member organizations.