The Interfraternity Council is the umbrella organization that serves the 18 fraternities within the council. Founded in 1905, IFC revolves around leadership, service, scholarship and community, and encourages its members to live up to these values in all they do. The Interfraternity Council is home to more than 2,200 members.
The IFC community at the University of Oklahoma has been serving fraternity men on campus since 1905. As the umbrella organization for the National Interfraternity Council chapters at the university, IFC can provide a home away from home for male students looking for academic excellence, community service opportunities and leadership training.
· The All-IFC grade point average is a 3.12 and is consistently higher than the all-male campus grade point average
· IFC chapters host philanthropic, social and professional development opportunities for members and the community each semester
· IFC men are involved in various campus leadership positions and are often awarded prestigious campus awards such as the Letzeiser Honor Roll, Big Man on Campus and the PE-ET society