WHAT WE DO


The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at Georgia Tech leads and directs the 32 member fraternities on campus. Each of the thirty-two chapters represented are members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), an national governing body. The Interfraternity Council promotes the interests of fraternities in general, and insures cooperation among the different fraternities on campus.


Mission Statement:
The mission of the Interfraternity Council is to develop ideal members of society who lead with integrity, encourage outstanding academic performance, support the development of our member chapters, promote the traditions and growth of the Greek community, and set a standard of excellence for all students at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Click here to learn more about IFC's role on campus and for some important IFC resources!


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Fall 2019 Recuritment

Thank you for considering IFC Rush!

You may register for Fall Recruitment by filling out this form.

IFC Recruitment Schedule:

  • August 15th, 5:00 p.m. - Rush Kickoff in Ferst Theatre
  • August 15th, 6:00 p.m. - Rush Tabling in Student Center Ballroom
  • August 15th-17th, 7:00 - 11:00 p.m. - Official Recruitment in Greek Sector
  • August 18th-20th, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. - Official Recruitment in Greek Sector (Shortened for School Nights)

Feel free to email Ian Cox – rush@greek.ifc.gatech.edu or Chase Anderton – recruitmentvp@greek.ifc.gatech.edu with any questions.



Posted On: July 1, 2019

IFC Scholarships 2019

The Georgia Tech Interfraternity Council is excited to announce that we are now offering $6,250 in scholarships to members of IFC Fraternities.
The application for these scholarships closes Thursday, 3/7/2019, at 5pm.

For more details on amounts and eligibility please see the application.
Reach out to Brian Houghton (brianhhou@gmail.com) or Max Liguori (financevp@ifc.greek.gatech.edu) with any questions.



Posted On: March 4, 2019

Spring 2019 Rush

Thanks for considering IFC Rush!

You may register for Spring Recruitment at the following link: https://orgsync.com/136187/forms/348499

Please check out the Guide to Greek Life for Fraternity/Chapter specific information before the kickoff: https://issuu.com/georgiatechifc/docs/gtgl2017

IFC Recruitment Schedule: January 15th @ 6:00 p.m. – Rush Kickoff (Student Center Ballroom) January 15th-18th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. – Official Recruitment FAQ: Recruitment registration costs nothing. Registering for Recruitment does not require you to accept membership at a fraternity. You are not required to attend all days. Any other questions?

Feel free to email Ian Cox – rush@greek.ifc.gatech.edu or Chase Anderton – recruitmentvp@greek.ifc.gatech.edu



Posted On: January 7, 2019

GT IFC Bylaw Limiting Hard-Alcohol Consumption is in Trial Period

IFC General Assembly voted 37-4-10 (y/n/abstain) in favor of a temporary bylaw restricting hard alcohol consumption at registered events. This bylaw would take place during Wet Weekend of Fall 2018, the period immediately after IFC’s dry rush when fraternities are first allowed to have alcohol on premises again. This is bylaw is being passed in conjunction with Georgia Tech administration in an attempt to make large social events safer for students. The bylaw goes as follows: “Starting on Friday, August 24th 2018 at Noon (12PM) and going until Sunday, August 26th 2018 at Noon (12PM), IFC fraternities will not serve any alcohol above 20% ABV. This bylaw is effective for only that weekend and represents a trial period for potentially removing hard liquor from fraternity parties.”

Posted On: November 14, 2018


IFC Greek Excellence Scholarship Application Now Open!

greek_excellence Apply here: http://tinyurl.com/greekexcellence This scholarship program is an initiative with the purpose of acknowledging outstanding achievement amongst those whose actions have shed positive light on our IFC community. $5000 are available for students who have excelled in academics as well as campus and chapter leadership/involvement. Applications are due Saturday, March 31st at 5pm. Email Scholarship Chair David King at dking72@gatech.edu if you have any questions.

Posted On: November 14, 2018


Greek of the Week

Fill out the OrgSync form here: https://orgsync.com/136187/forms/304654 Are there any brothers you’d love to highlight for Greek of the Week? Has there been someone who’s gone above and beyond for you or the chapter? Fill out the form above on OrgSync and they may be chosen to be highlighted as Greek of the Week on IFC’s Instagram and Facebook page.

Posted On: November 14, 2018


New Chapter Contact Form

Fill out the OrgSync form here: https://orgsync.com/130926/forms/297517 This form enables you to submit a contact request to our four governing councils that represent the 55 Greek-letter organizations at Georgia Institute of Technology. Please complete this form to let the chapters know that you have an announcement for them. Our chapters receive hundreds of announcements and requests each year. Greek letter organizations and their governing councils are private organizations and their chapter meetings are a time that they can meet to conduct their own business. It is up to the discretion of student leadership to set the meeting agenda and decide which announcements will be made. This form can also be accessed under Resources->Online Forms.

Posted On: November 14, 2018


Spring 2018 Rush

Thanks for considering IFC Rush! You may register for Spring Recruitment at the following link: https://orgsync.com/136187/forms/297373 Please check out the Guide to Greek Life for Fraternity/Chapter specific information before the kickoff: https://issuu.com/georgiatechifc/docs/gtgl2017 IFC Recruitment Schedule: January 16th @ 6:00 p.m. – Rush Kickoff January 16th-19th from 7:00-11:00 p.m. – Official Recruitment FAQ: Recruitment registration costs nothing. Registering for Recruitment does not require you to accept membership at a fraternity. You are not required to attend all days. Any other questions? Feel free to email myself or Graham Ely: Chase Anderton – rush@greek.ifc.gatech.edu Graham Ely – graham.ely@gatech.edu

Posted On: November 14, 2018


Fall 2017 Rush

Thank you for considering IFC Rush! You can register for recruitment with all 32 IFC chapters using this form: https://orgsync.com/136187/forms/263769 Please check out the Guide to Greek Life for information about all four greek councils at Georgia Tech: https://tinyurl.com/ybb2ley3 IFC Rush Schedule: Kickoff: Evening of August 17th, Ferst Theater Formal Rush Period (All IFC Chapters): Thursday 8/17 – Saturday 8/19 7-11PM Sunday 8/20 – Tuesday 8/22 7-10PM FAQ: There is no cost to rush IFC fraternities. Registering does not require you to join a fraternity. You are not required to attend all days. More can be answered here: http://www.greek.gatech.edu/plugins/faq/ http://fraternity.gatech.edu/?q=faq Feel free to look around this site for more info! Please direct any questions to: IFC’s VP of Recruitment, Asahi Murata, at amurata3@gatech.edu IFC’s Rush Chairman, Graham Ely, at graham.ely@gatech.edu

Posted On: November 14, 2018


IFC Greek Excellence Scholarship Application Now Open!

The Georgia Tech Interfraternity Council is excited to announce that we are now offering up to $6,000 in scholarships to members of IFC fraternities in good standing for the Spring 2017 semester. This scholarship program is an initiative with the purpose of acknowledging outstanding achievement amongst those who excel academically and socially, and whose actions have shed a positive light on our IFC community. We encourage Greek members of all years to apply! The application will be open from now until March 30th at 5:00 pm. Applications will thereafter be reviewed and the applicant may be scheduled for an interview in the following days. Scholarships winners will be notified and recognized at the annual Up With the White and Gold Ceremony. For more details about the scholarship please visit the application at https://goo.gl/forms/meMStfn3LAZkZd4q1. For questions and concerns contact Wilson Pu at wpu3325@gmail.com.

Posted On: November 14, 2018



Questions? Comments? Concerns? Please feel free to contact our IFC President, Andrew Jacon, as well as our Georgia Tech Greek Affairs Director, Jamison Keller, by clicking the "Contact Us" button!