Welcome to Greek Life at Illinois State University

The IFC is a self-governing body representing fraternities at Illinois State University. Consisting of six executive council members and the chapter president of each fraternity, the IFC strives to promote excellence in all aspects of fraternity life as well as academics.  The Council also works together to help the entire Greek Community better achieve its common goal of membership development and service to the Normal community. The Interfraternity Council constitutes only a third of the Greek community at Illinois State University.  In addition to IFC, the Greek
Community includes the Panhellenic Association, as well as the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
Please take a look around our site. See all of the great things fraternity life has to offer; from social events to raising money for various causes. Fraternity life will help to fulfill a rewarding collegiate experience, but it will also continue to benefit you throughout your lifetime.
I am excited to welcome you to our community! Thank you for taking time to explore the website of the Interfraternity Council and I encourage you to contact us with any questions you may have.

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  • Three IM Softball Questions with Chris Holtsclaw | wiu imsports (4/9/2014) - I caught up with AGR softball player Chris Holtsclaw after his team's victory and asked him the following three questions:Jasmine: How long have you been a member of your fraternity?Chris: I have been a member of AGR for … See the article here: Three IM Softball Questions with Chris Holtsclaw | wiu imsports
  • TKE Holds a “Coffee House” Fundraiser « – LIUPostPioneer (4/9/2014) - By Carlo Valladares Assistant News Editor  Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE), a fraternity waiting for official national recognition as a legitimate chapter, held a fundraiser on March 26 at The End Zone, in Hillwood Commons. Approximately 50 students attended the event, which raised money for Relay for Life, a 12-hour, overnight event that aims to raise money and awareness for cancer research. From 8 p.m.

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