IFC AT OSU
At Oklahoma State University, "fraternity" is used to describe a brotherhood of men who have voluntarily joined together to achieve excellence in several areas. OSU fraternities promote academic achievement, leadership opportunities, campus activities, fellowship, and community service to both the Oklahoma State campus and the surrounding city of Stillwater. Their members also prepare for successful careers.
Today, the fraternity system has grown to include a total of 21 nationally recognized men's organizations. The Men's Interfraternity Council at Oklahoma State University governs these groups.
Learn more about IFC's history, the IFC officers, and the chapters that make up IFC by following the links on the left!
News and notes
Recruitment Registration for the Fall 2013 Semester will be available April 8th, 2013! Please visit the Greek Discovery Day for more information about recruitment!
Interfraternity Council Elects New Officers!
The Interfraternity Council has recently elected new Executive Officers for 2013.
The newly elected officers are:
Evan Frejo, Phi Gamma Delta - President
Dak Hall, Alpha Tau Omega - Internal Vice President
Corbin Mertz, Sigma Nu - External Vice President
Tyler Smith, Phi Delta Theta- Treasurer
Owen Hossack, Owen Hossack - Secretary
Chase Sprueill, Phi Delta Theta - Treasurer-Elect
Tim Krenz - Recruitment Coordinator