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Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is comprised of 22 chapters. Ten elected executive officers support chapter operations, direct recruitment efforts, create positive programming, promote scholarship success, and seek to improve the university and surrounding community. The executive board and chapter presidents meet biweekly to maintain a constant line of communication and discuss the current state of the fraternity community.

The council meets bi-weekly with one representative from each Interfraternity Council chapter to collaborate and have open discussion about current issues. Meetings are scheduled at 7 p.m. on Wednesday’s.

President: Brennan O'Kane
Vice President of Administration: Jack Sasso
Vice President of Conduct: Connor Hart
Vice President of Membership Development: Joshua Morehead
Vice President of Programming: Benjamin Barlow
Vice President of Public Relations: Thomas Cochran
Vice President of Recruitment: Nate Piazza

IFC has placed philanthropy and service at the forefront of their mission. Fraternities raise money for both local and national philanthropy causes, annually raising over $250,000. The IFC hosts an athletic competition philanthropy event annually for local causes, including Prisma Health Children’s Hospital and Camp Cole.

Fraternities regularly give back to the local community through service projects, annually providing over 15,000 hours of service.

Greek Bowl Philanthropy Event
National Hazing Prevention Week
Officer Roundtables
Outstanding Achievement Award Banquet
Personal Development Workshops
Potential New Member Orientation
Trick-or-Treat with the Greeks

For more information about joining an IFC organization, visit the IFC Recruitment page.

 


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