The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for 16 fraternities on LSU’s campus. As such, it establishes guidelines, facilitates recruitment, and fosters the growth and development of the fraternity community.
The purpose of the council is to promote unity among the individual chapters, provide relations between the Greek community and the University, and to see that all rules, policies, and regulations passed by the council are followed by the fraternities. The council acts as the functional liaison between fraternities and the University as well as all other groups. The council also provides leadership and structured programs for fraternity growth and development.
If you are interested in spring 2022 recruitment, please complete the registration application here. Registration closes on February 1st, 4:30 p.m.
Click here to complete the spring 2022 recruitment registration application.
Spring recruitment is an informal recruitment process, meaning there will be no structured/organized rounds/events. Chapters may host their own events—details for these events will be communicated by the fraternity and not by the Greek Life Office/IFC.
Men who wish to join a fraternity in the spring should complete the spring 2019 IFC recruitment registration application. Once the registration application is complete, the information will be shared with the IFC fraternities participating in spring recruitment.
Men interested joining a fraternity may also reach to express their interest and to seek information on chapter specific recruitment events. For individual chapter contact information, please see the chapter’s page (click “Chapters” on left side).
The following chapters will be taking new members during spring 2022:
· Alpha Gamma Rho
· Alpha Tau Omega
· Beta Theta Pi
· Delta Chi
· Sigma Chi
· Sigma Phi Epsilon
· Theta Chi
If you are interested in participating in IFC formal recruitment process this fall, be on the lookout more information in early May.
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