The Interfraternity Council (IFC) serves as the governing body of the twelve men's social fraternities at Kennesaw State University. For more than 150 years, fraternities have excelled in academics, leadership, athletics, and service. Here at KSU, our IFC community has perpetuated that legacy through emphasizing scholastic achievement, leadership development, service to the community, and brotherhood. We are committed to supporting undergraduate men in their personal development, producing successful leaders, and sustaining meaningful relationships during undergraduate years and as alumni of the University.
The IFC provides enriching programming for all community members whether they are a new member or a graduating senior. Along with supporting members of IFC, we often collaborate with other governing councils and student organizations on campus.
We are excited you have taken the time to learn about our community and encourage you to explore our website.
Additionally, you can view our council's external web page!
President - Dalton Ford
VP of Standards - Jake Hubbard
VP of Recruitment - Michael Jones
VP of Communications - Lane Edwards
Formal Recruitment Schedule
IFC Spring Formal Recruitment is scheduled for February 1st - 7th, 2019.
Registration fee is $30.
The Interfraternity Council organizes formal recruitment at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester. This process provides an opportunity for men interested in joining a fraternity to meet and learn about each chapter.
Click here for IFC Spring 2019 Formal Recruitment Registration
Outside of IFC Formal Recruitment, organizations may host recruitment events and/or PR Days throughout the year. This is referred to as Year-Round Recruitment or 365-Recruitment. PR Days are events where chapters market their organization to the campus community. Chapters may extend bids/invitations of membership any time during the academic calendar (excluding summer term). The same membership requirements and policies apply.
1. Do your research! This is a big decision and you need to be sure to make the best decision for you.
2. Ask questions! Be sure you know about any financial obligations, time commitments, academic success, and
the fraternity's involvement on campus. While the fraternities want to get to know you, you need to get to
know the fraternity too.
3. Use your best judgment. Do not miss out on an opportunity because of peer pressure or stereotypes. Make your own decisions!
Policies & Standards