Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at the University of North Alabama works to build relationships and coordination among its Member Fraternities and the University of North Alabama, in accordance with the policies and standards established by the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).
The purpose of the IFC shall be to:
  1. Provide a sovereign governance structure for its Member Fraternities;
  2. Promote the interests of its Member Fraternities;
  3. Promote the interests of men’s fraternities in general;
  4. Discuss questions of mutual interest and present to its Member Fraternities such recommendations as the IFC deems appropriate;
  5. Promote the interests of the University of North Alabama;
  6. Promote mutual cooperation between its Member Fraternities;
  7. Promote mutual cooperation between the IFC, fellow governing councils, and student organizations at the University of North Alabama; and
  8. Promote mutual cooperation between the IFC and the University of North Alabama, its students, faculty, staff, and local community.


The Interfraternity Council promotes year-round recruitment, however most of the recruitment at UNA takes place in the summer and fall. IFC recruitment is informal, meaning each chapter holds their own events (we recommend that you contact the chapter(s) that you're interested in to learn more about their recruitment events). The IFC will hold a campus kick off on August 21st at 6:00pm on the Cramer Walkway to provide interested men in more information. 
You may sign up for more information here: IFC Recruitment Information Sign Up. By signing up, you will receive information on all chapter recruitment events and your contact information will be shared with the chapter(s) indicated on your sign up. IFC Bid Lock Day is September 15, 2017, therefore we encourage all interested men to sign up or contact chapter(s) before September 1st. 

Alcohol Free Recruitment and New Member Activities

Fraternities will observe a dry recruitment practice, as well as new member activities. No buying for or supplying alcohol to interested students is allowed. Active brothers will not use personal or chapter funds for this purpose. Any event with the purpose and intention of recruiting potential new members is classified as a recruitment event, which must remain alcohol free. Chapters not following this policy will be called to a judicial hearing with IFC, and may additionally be brought through the UNA Student Conduct process.

Governing Documents

Recruitment Interest Form
Rush Book

Joshua Haggerty

Joshua Haggerty, President

Will Middleton
Will Middleton, VP for Recruitment

David Merola
David Merola, VP for Judicial Affairs

Zac Majors
Zac Majors, VP for Administration

Victor Alves
Victor Alves, VP for Public Relations

Sam Wood
Sam Wood, VP for Philanthropy

Scott Griffin
Scott Griffin, VP for Academics