Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of UE fraternities. It consists of two members from each of the six fraternities. The president or an executive member of each fraternity is required to be at each meeting. Each fraternity is allotted two votes. The IFC Executive Board is made up of four members:

1) the  President presides over all meetings,

2) the Vice President of Operations coordinates all IFC sponsored programs, and serves as second in command,

3) the Vice President of Recruitment coordinates all formal recruitment activities, open recruitment and Greek Week, and

4)  the Treasurer/Secretary who handles all financial matters, meeting roll call, minutes and handles all internal correspondence.

IFC Purpose

The purpose of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Evansville is to promote fraternities, as well as Greek life, on campus; educate and develop chapter leaders; create positive interaction among member fraternities, the campus and the community; and regulate standards as defined by the University of Evansville, the national/international fraternity members and the Interfraternity Council.

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