Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing and representative body for five national and international fraternities. The council acts as a sounding board between member organizations and serves as a place to discuss questions of mutual interest and devise common solutions. Additionally, IFC meetings function as a common meeting ground to freely exchange ideas and perpetuate the growth of all member fraternities. The organizations place a significant emphasis on scholarship, civic engagement, leadership, and personal development.

Learn more about the Interfraternity Council on their Engage page.

How to Join

Each semester, IFC hosts an Information Night to kick off the week-long recruitment period for its member fraternities. Each chapter conducts its own recruitment events separately, so times and locations vary by organization. The recruitment period closes with IFC Bid Night where each chapter presents their new member class to the fraternity community. For more information, be sure to follow IFC and the individual chapters' social media.

Members:

Chapter Letters

Alpha Epsilon Pi

ΑΕΠ

Alpha Sigma Phi

ΑΣΦ

Nu Alpha Kappa

ΝΑΚ

Pi Kappa Phi

ΠΚΦ

Phi Delta Theta

ΦΔΘ