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The Interfraternity Council, or IFC, is the governing body for 11 of our fraternities at Fresno State. This council has 8 executive officers, which are elected by the general voting body each year. The purpose of the council is to promote fellowship within the Greek community and set standards and governing rules for members of our chapters to abide by. The philosophy behind IFC is, in order for us to hold our Greek community to it's highest standard, we must hold each other to these same standards.
IFC fraternities sponsor community service projects such as Habitat for Humanity, Children and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. We take pride in our high scholastic achievements and constantly remind our members that academic excellence comes before anything else. We encourage everyone to check out and visit each of our IFC fraternities and set a course towards academic and personal success.
You've got to succeed academically in order to be a good fraternity brother. Let the fraternity help you succeed. Older brothers serve as tutors and mentors for new members. Many fraternities offer scholarships to brothers who do well. No matter what your major, you can join a fraternity.
Use the skills and talents you've developed by being a leader in a fraternity. You can find leadership opportunities from the beginning of your membership through your entire college experience. Many fraternities offer nationally recognized leadership programs that help give you an advantage over others. The diversity of each fraternity means that everyone is welcome.
Sitting alone in your room doesn't lead to many lasting memories of college. There are a variety of social activities that fraternity men become involved in. Intramural sports are an important part of the fraternity experience. Whatever your skill, whatever your interest, there is a team for you to participate on. There are social activities for everyone, whether you prefer small groups or large crowds. These activities connect you to your fraternity, the Greek community, and the campus. Don't make the assumption that social means alcohol. Social should be defined as interacting with a variety of people in unique settings.
You're joining a world-wide brotherhood. No where else on campus can you find a professional network of alumni than through a fraternity's alumni group. There are over five million fraternity alumni world-wide. This network is helpful in securing internships, summer work, and professional careers.
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