The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the coalescing, governing, and guiding body for the University of Houston fraternity system. The IFC is an assembly for fraternity, campus, and communal matters. Furthermore, the IFC serves as the main line of communication between its member fraternities and the campus administration.
The Interfraternity Council is devised of seven elected executive officers each serving a specific role while representing their respective chapter. The Interfraternity Council strives to foster unity among its member chapters through its numerous activities within Greek Life and the greater UH community. Many of these programs include holding weekly meetings to help guide the fraternity system in a solid direction, participating in risk management seminars, organizing community service/philanthropic projects, and participating in UH traditions such as Frontier Fiesta, Homecoming, and football tailgates. The Interfraternity Council a crucial component of the fraternity system- one that makes for a positive and diverse Greek community. By becoming a member of the Interfraternity Council, you will have access to a vast array of academic resources and leadership opportunities, social and service events, and of course, brotherhood that will last a lifetime. These are only some of the multitude of benefits you will experience by joining an IFC Fraternity! Be a part of something great…Go Greek!
Statement of Purpose
“The Interfraternity Council at the University of Houston strives to benefit the individual member, their respected chapters, the U of H community, and the Greek System as a whole. Our members are offered opportunities to enhance their college experience by developing fraternalism and brotherly bonds through support systems that create positive relations. This shall be achieved through establishing, promoting and achieving academic standards; motivating, educating and supporting members to attain leadership potential; creating an atmosphere dedicated to the service of our campus and surrounding community, and cultivating an environment which forms positive and lifelong relationships of our members.
Through active leadership, sound morals and ethics, and proper guidance from upper administration, the Interfraternity Council at the University of Houston will continue to represent the Greek System in any and all undertakings that promote the values and interests of this great University.”