Interfraternity Council

What Is IFC?

The Interfraternity Council or more commonly referred to as “IFC” is a self-governing body representing the six member fraternities at Rhodes College. IFC is made up of two parts: an Executive Committee, which is comprised of elected positions, and the General Body, which is made up of two representatives from each chapter. These representatives are usually the chapter president and one delegate.

The IFC strives to promote excellence in all aspects of fraternity life and academic pursuits. The Council also works together to help the entire Greek system better achieve its common goal of membership development and service to the Memphis community. IFC works to achieve these goals through its committee structure focusing on an array of areas including chapter development, scholarship, community service, member education, and alumni and public relations.

The Council is lead by an Executive Committee, which works closely with the Greek Life Advisor. Each year, the Council sponsors numerous educational programs, recruitment events, community service projects, and university and community relations events, such as football tailgates and Greek Unity Week.