Interfraternity Council

JSU Greek Men on Bibb Graves Steps

ΔΧ  •   ΚΑ  •   ΚΣ  •   ΠΚΦ  •   ΣΑΕ   •   ΣΝ   •   ΤΔΦ

What is the IFC?

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for JSU's six North-American Interfraternity Conference fraternities.

The purpose of IFC is to foster cooperation among its members, provide services to the chapters, promote the fraternal community, enhance the relationship between its members and the University community, and act as the judicial body for the actions of its members. 

Why Join?

The IFC community at JSU is made up of men who want to better their organizations, community, university, and most importantly themselves. We are a group of student leaders, scholars, and athletes. The benefits of Fraternity Life will quickly add up, from increased opportunities for leadership and networking resources, to the promise of building friendships that will last a lifetime. 

How Do I Join?

All of our six IFC organizations participate in open recruitment. This means that any prospective member can join one of our six IFC recognized organizations at any time. If you are interested in joining, start talking to fellow fraternity men in your classrooms and following us on our social media pages. If you are not sure where to start or would like more information, please contact the Assistant Dean of Students - Fraternity and Sorority Life. 


Sign up to Receive IFC Recruitment Information

IFC Officers 

 David Franklin

IFC President 

Kyle Burt

V.P. of Judicial Affairs

Jacob McGuffey

V.P. of Recruitment

Drew Butler

V.P. of Finance

Stone Alexander

V.P. of Scholarship

Justin Corley

V.P. of Member Development

Dylan Yates

V.P. of Community Relations

Important Dates

August 19-25, 2018

IFC Fraternity Recruitment