Interfraternity Council starts work with a new slate
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Interfraternity Council starts work with a new slate

Published 11/15/17

Trenton Morgan

TNE Writer

The Interfraternity Council presides over IFC-associated fraternities on campus. The council is responsible for keeping student and faculty relations with fraternities positive, planning educational and community events and promoting Greek life to students. With the new executive board slated and approved, IFC plans to make big changes in the upcoming semesters.

“I believe IFC is important because it is the governing body for most campus fraternities,” said Ryan LeCrone, IFC executive vice president. “I’m looking forward to building stronger relationships with all the chapters and showing great strength and development within IFC. It is important for students to have IFC because it has an unbiased group of young men they can rely on for any problem or situation that could occur. Students can always talk to any members of the board including myself about anything and everything. They do not have to be Greek to seek help when it’s needed.”

IFC meets at 5:30 p.m. every Monday in the UC. They alternate between executive meetings and general assemblies with each associated fraternity. They use this time to plan events and get input from each chapter. Spring recruitment is set to be early next semester. IFC recommends interested students to be looking for emails and events promoting the opportunity.

For more information, email Kristi Norris, fraternity and sorority life and leadership coordinator, at

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