About the Interfraternity Council
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for Emporia State University's five national social fraternities. IFC works with individual chapters, Emporia State sororites, and campus administrators to oversee the interests of the fraternity community. IFC's core purposes and functions are to:
» Serve as the voice for the fraternity community.
» Serve as a body for fraternity chapters to voice their opinions, concerns, etc.
» Develop, implement, and enforce policy.
» Work with the Panhellenic Association to advocate for and advance the interests of
the Emporia State University Greek community.
» Promote and exemplify fraternal values and ideals.
In addition, IFC oversees and coordinates:
» Fraternity recruitment
» IFC Intramurals
» Greek Week (along with the Panhellenic Association)
President: Jordan Brink, Phi Delta Theta
Vice President of Internal Affairs: Eric Lloyd, Sigma Tau Gamma
Vice President of External Affairs: Cory Shivers, Sigma Tau Gamma
Director of Programs and Recruitment: Mohamed Moustafa, Alpha Kappa Lambda
Secretary: Jeffrey Resa, Phi Delta Theta
Kappa Sigma (Associate)
Phi Sigma Kappa (Colony)
IFC Constitution (PDF)
IFC Sports Handbook (PDF)
IFC Infraction Form (PDF)
For more information about IFC fraternities, contact the Center for Student Involvement at (620) 341-5481.