What is IFC? The Ohio University Interfraternity Council is the Greek governing body for fraternities on campus. The council is designed to guide the fraternities on campus in regards to academics, recruitment, and community service. The council provides opportunities for fraternities and their members to become productive members in the Ohio University community. The current IFC community consists of 3 colonies and 12 chapters with approximately 1,000 active brothers.

IFC is led by its Executive Board, campus advisers, and chapter delegates.

The Executive Board |  Meet the 2017 Executive Board
 IFC's Executive Board is led by 8 students from various fraternity chapters that are elected each year to the following positions:

  • President
  • Vice President of Judicial Affairs
  • Vice President of Finance & Administration
  • Vice President of Programming
  • Vice President of Recruitment
  • Vice President of Member Development
  • Vice President of Public Relations
  • Vice President of Scholarship

Elections are held at the end of fall semester, and new executive board members hold their term for a calendar year.

Advisers: IFC Advisers include a graduate assistant and the Assistant Director for Sorority & Fraternity Life.

Delegates: The delegates are made up of members from each active chapters and colonies on campus, typically elected to their role. They relay information from weekly IFC meetings back to their respective organizations. Chapter and colony presidents are also often present at weekly IFC general body meetings.