Interfraternity Council

Mission

The Interfraternity Council’s object at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is to act as a self-governing body to promote a healthy, educational, educational, safe, and positive experience to all its members. The Interfraternity Council’s continued purpose is to:

  • Provide new programs and educational (ex. academic, leadership, prevention), philanthropic, and social opportunities for all member organizations.
  • Ensure the unity and growth of the fraternity community.
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with the other three councils in Fraternity and Sorority Life.
  • To act as leaders, both on campus and within our community.
  • Uphold the highest standard of personal conduct including but not limited to personal fraternity membership, the IFC community, UW-Madison campus, all forms of competitive interaction.
  • Promote fraternal association without discrimination on the basis of any identities along with ethnic, cultural, racial awareness.
  • Foster positive relations on campus between fellow fraternity members, the greater university, and the Madison community.

Council Officers

President: Spencer Callaway

VP Judicial Affairs: Andrew Nachman

VP Harm Prevention: Peter Ranchero

VP Administration: Samuel Ramirez

VP Risk Management: Davis Fowler

VP Recruitment: Noah Kornfeld

VP Member Experience: Matan Lieberman

VP Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion: Ryan Weil

VP Communications: Logan Deeter

Fun Facts

  • Led by 10 council officers & 2 standing committees
  • Comprised of 29 member chapters
  • Home to over 1,900 undergraduate men
  • Support over 35+ philanthropic cause
  • Average Chapter Size 77

Recruitment

Recruitment is a time for potential new members to meet chapters and for chapter members to get to know potential new members in a relaxed setting. During this time potential new members should ask whatever questions feel pertinent, such as finance, scholarship, activities, housing, and time commitment. This is a time to find a chapter where you feel most comfortable and aligns with your personal values. We encourage you to check out as many chapters as possible. See below for a variety of events hosted by IFC and the chapters, to check out all of your options. 

All men interested in receiving a bid from an IFC fraternity must register via Chapter Builder.

IFC Registration

 

Fall 2024 Recruitment Dates:

  • Tabling sponsored by IFC: Tuesday, September 3rd; Library Mall
  • Recruitment Kick-Off: Wednesday, September 4th
  • Scheduled open house round: Thursday, September 5th – Sunday, September 8th
  • Chapter events begin: Monday, September 9th
  • Bid Day: Thursday, September 19th

Follow the IFC Instagram, @IFC_UWMadison, to stay up to date on IFC!