About the Organization
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the largest men’s organization on campus. It is the governing body of the four fraternities at Drury University. The IFC is responsible for assisting fraternal organizations in organizing activities of mutual concern and interest to all the fraternities on campus and promotes excellence in academics, community and campus involvement, and brotherhood. IFC fraternities are a home away from home where lasting friendships are made and networks with thousands of alumni are found. For more information, please visit the Greek Life website.
The Interfraternity Council meets on Thursdays at 7 p.m. in FSC 124.
Elections: Officers are elected through their individual Fraternity chapter in November and December each year. IFC officers officially begin their office during the spring semester following the elections.
Larry Page, Fraternity House Director
Findlay Student Center, 124
At a Glance
- Greek organization
- Selective membership by election
- First-year involvement is welcome by pledging a fraternity
- Meeting once a week
- $40 involvement fee
- To join, pledge a fraternity on Drury's campus
- IFC 2015 Constitution