The iValU program has been used by a variety of communities, been peer-assessed, evaluated, and constantly improved to fit the trends and needs of today's fraternity and sorority communities. The program is composed of two parts: 1) iValU for potential new members and 2). weValU for chapters. This program is purchased by governing councils for the entire community to use.
iValU for potential members is a 90-minute, peer-facilitated program that begins with Potential Members taking a personal values assessment called the Life Values Inventory - an inventory created by two really smart researchers (Duane Brown & Kelley Crace) while working at The College of William & Mary. Once a potential member has received their inventory report, they are guided through group discussion and personal reflection to develop and understand what their values mean to them and how they will use those values to find a fraternity or sorority that's right for them.
weValU for Chapters is a program that mirrors the experience of the potential members. Chapters are lead through a 90-minute workshop by an advisor, alumnae or university staff member to identify the core values the chapter wants in a potential member - core values that will help the chapter become better. The chapter then, collectively discovers how they can determine, through normal conversation, within the process of recruitment if a potential member possesses those values.