Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is comprised of men from each of the chapters on campus and hold offices within the Council that provide services to the Greek community throughout the academic year. The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to govern the fraternity community and to promote high scholastic, social, philanthropic and cultural environments for the benefit of the fraternity system and its members.

IFC provides educational, service and social programming to the Greek community. One of the large events IFC co-sponsors with the Panhellenic Council is Greek Weekend. Greek Week occurs at the end of each spring semester and is a week of events to foster unity and friendly competition. IFC also runs fall formal recruitment. Recruitment week 2015 is September 2-5 and provides interested students the opportunity to meet men from all four of the fraternities on campus: Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Psi and Tau Kappa Epsilon. To learn more about each chapter, please visit their webpage.


Contact IFC

Jared Clemence
Interfraternity Council

Council Officers

President: Jared Clemence

VP of Membership Recruitment: Zachary Hoffmann

VP of Programming: Ian Kieffer

VP of Operations: Nick Frisby

VP of Standards: Kyle Wissel

Director of Marketing:  Patrick Wallace

IFC Constitution

To view the IFC constitution, please click here

Fraternity Formal Recruitment

September 2-5, 2015

Interested? Registration close on Wednesday, September 2nd at noon.

Register online at


Fall 2015 Interfraternity Council Officers

IFC Delegates

Kappa Sigma: Jerry Gaydos

Phi Delta Theta: Brian Le

Phi Kappa Psi: Daniel Fioritto

Tau Kappa Epsilon: Zac Kopp