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Early Bird Registration for 92nd Midwestern Regional Convention is now open!

Early Bird Registration for 92nd Midwestern Regional Convention is now open image displaying the words Empowering Brothers through leadership, advocacy and our mission.

The 92nd Annual Midwestern Regional Convention will take place from April 10 – April 14, 2024, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This is a special convention as it will be the first Regional Convention of the Stacy administration. As such, it is only fitting that the theme for the convention is Empowering Brothers Through Leadership, Advocacy, and Our Mission. REGISTRATION RATES

Alumni Brother Registration Early Bird: $255 | Standard: $300 | Onsite: $350

College Brother Registration

Early Bird: $170 | Standard: $200 | Onsite: $250

Once your registration is paid, you will receive a confirmation with a link to reserve your hotel stay.


  • Access to Business Sessions Workshops

  • Career Connections

  • RVP/RAVP Reception

  • Mark Stewart Tillman Community Outreach Luncheon

  • Friday Night StepShow/Stroll Off and After Party

  • College Brothers Luncheon

  • Old Gold and Black Awards Banquet

  • Convention Bag and Limited Edition Convention Gifts

The Brothers of Delta Chi Lambda and Epsilon Tau are excited and working tirelessly to make sure your time in Milwaukee will be categorized as the Old Gold and Black experience. SOUVENIR JOURNAL SUBMISSION REQUESTS We ask for your support in commemorating the convention by purchasing ad space in the Souvenir Journal for personalized messages to the convention host chapter, highlighting your chapter, district, line, business, or highlighting brothers of the Midwestern Region.

Your support continues the culture of memorializing our wonderful convention each year!

Please click here for rates and size specifications to submit your journal ad/payment directly by March 1, 2024 This is a convention that you do not want to miss! If you have any additional questions about the convention, please feel free to reach out to Bro. Quincy B. Banks, Midwestern Regional Executive Director at


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