Student Involvement and Leadership

Interfraternity Council

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Register for Spring Recruitment

IFC recruitment is comprised of the following fraternities at Wright State: Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Tau, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.

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The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing organization for social Greek letter fraternities on campus at Wright State University. These fraternities include Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Tau, and Sigma Phi Epsilon. The men of the Interfraternity Council work to unite fraternities, focus on common goals and create a network of support for chapters and members. We provide many interactive programs for fraternity men. Elected from our chapters, IFC officers plan and support interfraternity-associated activities.


Our purpose is to...

  • Make men
  • Build brothers
  • Breed leaders
  • Strengthen Chapters
  • Prepare students
  • Improve communities, and
  • Achieve educational excellence

Have you ever thought of joining a fraternity at Wright State? Greek communities offer limitless academic, leadership, social, and personal development opportunities. Fraternities will help you find your niche on campus, be your home away from home, offer resources to help you achieve your academic goals, encourage you to get involved in campus organizations, invite you to play on a winning intramural sports team, and introduce you a group of friends that will praise your successes and support you when you need it.

Being a part of a Greek organization has many perks you might not expect. Here are just a few:

  • Fraternities at Wright State DO NOT HAZE.
  • Fraternities have a GPA requirement of 2.5 or higher.
  • Fraternities provide networking opportunities with alumni members that will help you with your career search.
  • Fraternities complete ample amounts of community service.
  • Fraternities go to national leadership conferences, and most of the time it is free for you.
  • Fraternities offer social interaction with sororities and other organizations.

Joining a fraternity at Wright State is one of the best decisions you can make for your academic career, social life, and leadership skills.

How to Join

Wright State University's Interfraternity Council is holding Fraternity Spring Recruitment between January 17 and February 10, 2023.

Three fraternities will participate in spring recruitment: Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Tau, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.

Fraternity recruitment at Wright State is “open” style. This means prospective new members (PNMs) can choose which chapters to express interest in at any point. They are not required to attend events by all the fraternities. However, we encourage you to check out each chapter. Relationship building is the best way to determine which chapter is the best fit for someone going through recruitment. At the very least, you meet a bunch of awesome men and make priceless connections. 

Requirements for Joining

  1. Must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA or better. Please note: some chapters have higher GPA requirements. Your high school or prior college/university GPA will be used for first-semester students.
  2. Must complete mandatory Anti-Hazing Training. All students are required to complete this training before joining a student organization.

Recruitment Schedule

Monday, December 5
Registration Begins

Thursday, January 17
All-Greek Open House, 4–7 p.m., Student Union Atrium

Friday, January 20
Chapters Start Recruitment Events

Monday, January 30
Chapters Should Begin Offering Bids
PNMs must be given a minimum of 48 hrs. to decide; however, some chapters may give you more time.

Friday, February 10
Chapter Recruitment Ends; Registration Form Closes at 5 p.m.
All bids must be accepted, denied, or deferred by PNMs.

Monday, February 13
Bid Day Celebration, 6 p.m, TBD

If you have questions about IFC Recruitment, please contact the Recruitment Team at

The fraternities on Wright State’s campus are:

For additional information, please contact:

Gina Keucher
Student Involvement and Leadership