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The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing organization for the NIC fraternities on campus at Wright State University. These fraternities include: Beta Phi Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Phi, Sigma Phi Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon. The men of the Interfraternity Council work to unite fraternities, to focus on common goals, and to create a network of support for chapters and members. We provide many interactive programs for fraternity men. Officers are elected from different chapters to plan and support Interfraternity associated activities.
Our Purpose is to...
- Make men
- Build Brothers
- Breed Leaders
- Strengthen Chapters
- Prepare Students
- Improve Communities
- Acheive Educational Excellence
Have you ever thought of joining a fraternity at Wright State? Greek communities offer limitless opportunities for academic, leadership, social, and personal development. Fraternities will help you find your niche on campus, be your home away from home, offer resources to help achieve your academic goals, encourage you to get involved in campus organizations, let you play on a winning intramural sports team, and give you a group of friends that will praise you when you’re successful and support you when the going gets tough.
Being a part of a Greek organization has many perks that you might not expect. Here are some facts to think about.
- Fraternities at Wright State DO NOT HAZE.
- Fraternities have a Grade requirement of 2.5 GPA
- Fraternities complete ample amounts of community service
- Fraternities go to national conferences, and most of the time it is free for you
- Fraternities offer social aspects with sororities and other organizations.
Joining a Fraternity is one of the best decisions that you can make at Wright State for your academic career, social life, and leadership skills.
Are you interested in changing your life?
Contact President Will Krueger at email@example.com
How to Join
How to join an IFC Fraternity
IFC recruitment is open year-round. In the Fall, a structured men's recruitment begins on Move-In Day. IFC has plans for 'Open House' events to allow men to meet the members of our 7 IFC fraternities and maintains a database of interested men. In Spring 2015 a new fraternity will be coming to campus, Alpha Sigma Phifor more information on Alpha Sigma Phi, contact Layton Piver.
For more information about fraternity recruitment contact: Jonathan Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet your IFC Officers
IFC VP of Recruitment
VP of Programming