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Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The IFC is the governing board of all Fraternities on campus. The executive board is elected of representatives of all chapters and the board serves to lead the fraternity community in the proper direction.

The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to:

  1. Promote the best interest of the University and encourage a pursuit of excellence within the framework of an education
  2. To assist and strengthen fraternities individually and collectively in the achievement of their worthy purposes and policies.
  3. To provide a medium for the exercising of self-government and regulation of fraternity affairs
  4. To offer opportunities and for further development of fraternity life on the campus
  5. To act as liaison between fraternities and the University administration and faculty,
  6. To offer a common meeting ground for all fraternities and foster fellowship and goodwill among fraternities and the student body as a whole.

IFC Chair Positions

To apply for a IFC Chair Positions, click here. Applications Due Wednesday, April 26th.


Click here if you are interested in fraternity recruitment!

Monday, August 21- Fraternity House Tours- Meet in front of the CAC at 5pm to tour all of the fraternity houses

Tuesday, August 22- IFC Cookout- Gorilla Pavillon from 6pm to 8pm- Free Food! Come meet men from each chapter!

If you have questions about fraternity recruitment, please contact us at

For more information or general questions, please contact the Campus Activities Center at (620)235-4795 or

Council Officers


VP Affairs

VP Recruitment

VP Judicial Affairs

VP Administration