Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a governing body representing 42 member fraternities at Purdue University. The IFC consists of 5 executive board members, 9 directors, 4 associate board members, and the Presidents' Council composed of the chapter president of each member fraternity. It is our goal to provide our community with any assistance they might need while promoting the fraternal movement at Purdue and beyond.
We strive to promote excellence in all aspects of fraternity life and academic excellence. The fraternities work together to help the entire Fraternity and Sorority community better achieve its common goal of membership development and service to the Purdue and Greater Lafayette community. The IFC works to achieve these goals through areas including chapter development, scholarship, philanthropy, community service, member education, alumni and public relations.

Interested in Joining an IFC Fraternity?

Complete the recruitment registration form. Included in this form are your rights as a new member, Purdue's policy against hazing, information about reporting an incident if something does not align with the expectations set forth, and information on how to connect with our fraternities.

Creating a Safer Community

The Purdue Fraternity Community has recently made revisions to their governing policies that aim to foster a safer and healthier environment for its members and guests.  Follow this link for more information.

Follow the links to view the updated IFC Bylaws. Judicial Board Bylaws and Joint Social Bylaws.

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