Fraternity & Sorority Life

Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the local governing body that serves the affiliated fraternities within the council. Since the first fraternity came to campus in 1845, IFC chapters have striven to embody the highest levels of leadership, scholarship, and service. IFC prides itself on its ability to create a supportive community for students, provide opportunities for friendship and brotherhood and offering numerous leadership opportunities across the council. 


IFC Response to Psi Upsilon Incident

It has come to the attention of the Interfraternity Council that some members of the Psi Upsilon fraternity engaged in serious misconduct during the Michigan vs. Michigan State football game on Saturday November 18th, 2019.


IFC Chapter Recognition Status Statement

Following the 2018 approval of City zoning regulations that impact fraternity and sorority facilities by requiring organizations maintain affiliation with the university for special permitting, several chapters within U-M’s Interfraternity Council (IFC) have expressed desire/s to disaffiliate from the university.


Joining the Interfraternity Council

Men interested in joining an Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternity may do so by participating in the IFC semi-structured process informally known as “Rush” or by being offered a “late bid”.  


IFC Community Statement November 2018 RE: Alpha Sigma Phi

On November 7th, the Interfraternity Council unanimously voted to affirm the disciplinary actions issued following the Student Organization Advancement and Recognition (SOAR) review process, conducted by the justices of the Greek Activities Review Panel (GARP), against the Theta chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.



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