UCLA INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL
LEADERSHIP | BROTHERHOOD | GROWTH
The INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC) is the governing body of the nationally recognized fraternity chapters at the University of California, Los Angeles. The IFC oversees 22 social fraternities and over 1,600 UCLA Students. IFC works to provide programming and leadership opportunities within the Greek community, within the Bruin community, and within the greater Los Angeles area.
The IFC provides chapters a chance to build relationships with each other, unite on issues concerning the Council, and provides an opportunity for student chapter members to excel both inside and outside the classroom.
Recruitment is a several day process in which potential new members have the opportunity to get to know active members and their respective chapters. There is no formal dress code.
WHY GO GREEK?
Immediate group of friends and support system
Opportunities to take leadership position
Amazing social and professional networking
All events are “open house” style, meaning you can come and stop by any house at any point throughout the duration of the event. Most prospective members will visit multiple houses each night throughout recruitment week. A chapter can decide to give a bid to a prospective member at any time during formal recruitment week, which can then be accepted up through the end of recruitment week by the prospective member.
We encourage prospective members to “rush” as many houses as possible to see what our IFC community has to offer. Remember to dress comfortably, but nicely, and bring an open attitude. Come join us this fall to see what joining an IFC fraternity can do for you!
*Please note that IFC is a student run governing body, not a fraternity itself*