Interfraternity Council (IFC)
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for the 16 social and social-professional men's fraternities at West Virginia University. The executive board is comprised of 10 affiliated members of these fraternities to represent fraternity interests to the campus and surrounding community. The IFC works to develop programs that will foster positive growth of a fraternity man through qualities of leadership, devotion to scholarship, and commitment to community outreach. The IFC works to stimulate a positive Greek atmosphere at West Virginia University, surrounding community, and nationally by promoting unity between chapters, higher standards of studentship, and collaboration between West Virginia University and IFC chapters.
The Interfraternity Council executive board coordinates recruitment activities, oversees member fraternity conduct reviews, and holds events for fraternity members and the Greek community throughout the year. These events include such events as the IFC soccer tournament in the Fall of 2015, which benefited Active Minds WVU, and the inaugural Greek Sing, which will take place in the 2016-17 school year.