Florida Tech Interfraternity Council

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Interfraternity Council (IFC)?

The IFC is a governing body which provides guidance and sets standards for all members in Fraternities. It provides resources for chapters and its members to grow as leaders and effective members of the campus community. IFC is comprised of a President, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Judicial Affairs, Vice President of Administrative Affairs, Vice President of Recruitment & Expansion, and general council members (from each chapter on campus)

How many chapters are there?

The Interfraternal Council at Florida Tech represents 8 fraternities. IFC bases its standards on the North-American Interfraternity Council, which brings together 82 member organizations.

Why should I Go Greek?

Greeks at Florida Tech are provided with a central location with which to get involved on campus. Whether it is intramural sports, networking opportunities, campus event planning, leadership growth, or a safe social atmosphere, Florida Tech Greek life has it all.

Where does my money go?

Interfraternity Council dues, paid by the fraternities, are used to fund recruitment events during Fall recruitment, interfraternity events throughout the year, and educational events to promote both personal and chapter growth. It is also used to fund members of IFC to go national conferences where they can discuss with and learn from other Interfraternity Councils from around the country.

How do I join?

To join the Interfraternity Council, you must be a member of a fraternity. Each fraternity sends two delegates to Interfraternity Council meetings, held bimonthly to discuss upcoming events, changes in policy, and issues affecting Greek Life. One of those delegates must be on a chapter’s executive board. To become an executive board member of the IFC you must be elected by the general council.