Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) serves as the governing body of more than twenty men’s social fraternities at North Carolina State University. Through an emphasis on scholarship, campus leadership and involvement, brotherhood, service and philanthropy, athletics, and leadership training, the IFC prides itself on continually producing successful leaders and men during the undergraduate years and beyond.

IFC fraternities are values-based organizations whose memberships make an impact not only in the Wolfpack community, but in our local, national, and global communities as well.

Formal Recruitment Fall 2020

***The NC State Interfraternity Council has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 developments and its potential impact on our fall formal recruitment process. Amidst a global pandemic, our top priority is the safety and well being of our potential new members and chapter members. Recruitment will be held Friday, September 18th-Sunday, September 20th, 2020. Some recruitment events will fall on school days, but academics come first, and arrangements around any academic schedule conflicts will be made!  Recruitment plans continue to evolve and will be consistent with current guidelines for gathering.  Students may opt for a fully virtual process and can indicate that preference on their application. All events for IFC Recruitment will take place virtually.

We are excited that you are interested in the Interfraternity Council Fraternity Recruitment!

Recruitment will be held Friday, September 18th – Sunday, September 20th, 2020.

Registration for Fall 2020 Interfraternity Council Recruitment will close September 15th at 11:55PM. 

The fee to participate in Formal Recruitment with the Interfraternity Council is $65.00.


Please complete the IFC Formal Recruitment application as thoroughly as possible as it helps our chapters get to know more about you!

To make your registration as easy as possible, here is a list of information you will need:

  • General resume information – high school/college GPA, activities, honors, and awards, community service, community involvement, including volunteer roles and civic organizations
  • Emergency contact information – This will be used as your emergency contact should an issue arise
  • Legacy information – If you have family members who are fraternity members (current or alum), you will need their names, fraternities, and where they went to school
  • Headshot photo – photo you would like shared with the chapters (please no one else in the picture; does not need to be professional but should be an accurate representation)
  • Electronic method of payment – ($65.00)
Click Here for IFC Formal Recruitment Application


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