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 provides a number of programs and resources for its affiliated chapters, such as sober monitor training for new members, mental health chairs within each chapter, and numerous leadership opportunities for emerging leaders within the council. Additionally, the council works to monitor events around campus to look out for the safety of members and guests at events. By partnering with departments across campus such as the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC), Wolverine Wellness, and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), IFC is committed to creating a healthier and safer fraternity and sorority community.