Our Mission: To foster the advancement of the men’s social fraternities at James Madison University.
Our Purpose: The purpose of the IFC shall be to dedicate itself to the advancement of fraternal excellence in the following areas: community development, risk management, scholarship, community service, member recruitment and education, and alumni/public relations.
Zach Bolan, Sigma Nu
Vice President for Standards
Colin O’Donnell, Delta Upsilon
Beginning in the Spring 2015 semester, the Interfraternity Council is proud to announce the addition of several new Executive Board positions designed to help the IFC achieve its mission and purpose. Candidates for the new positions must complete the IFC Executive Board Application and submit it via email to Adam Lindberg, IFC Advisor, at email@example.com by Friday, November 7th at 5:00 pm. Late and paper applications will not be accepted. For a copy of the application and more information about each position, please see the documents below.
Executive Board Application
IFC Officer Elections Powerpoint
Vice President of Community Development Position Description
Vice President of Member Recruitment and Education Position Description
Vice President of Standards and Risk Management Position Description
Vice President of Alumni and Public Relations Position Description
IFC Judicial Board
When a violation of the Standards Policy by an Interfraternity Council Member Organization allegedly occurs, the incident is investigated by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. Should sufficient evidence exist, the case is resolved by an Interfraternity Council Judicial Hearing Board. For more information about this process, please see the resources listed below.
Interfraternity Council Recruitment
It is an exciting time to join a fraternity here at James Madison University! For two weeks at the beginning of each semester, fraternities open their doors and host recruitment events. Please stay tuned to this website for more information about Spring 2015 IFC Recruitment.