The University of Texas Interfraternity Council serves as the governing body for the twenty-five men's social fraternities on campus.  The IFC has seven executive board members that are elected representatives from the chapters every year.  There are also ten cabinet members as well as each fraternities' chapter presidents.  Our vision is to uphold faithfully the ideals and beliefs of our predecessors and create a unified community of fraternity men full of leaders in academic and service.

Mission Statement

The Interfraternity Council at The University of Texas at Austin, an entity designed to address the needs of the member fraternities, shall operate as a model organization whose sole purpose is to self govern, to educate, and to promote a true sense of community.

 

Spring 2014 Statistics:

  • 24 chapters

  • 2648 members, largest all-male organization at UT. 

  • 8 Exec Board members

  • 24 members on Cabinet & J-board