Michigan State University IFC

Dear MSU Student and Parent,

Michigan State University’s InterFraternity Council (IFC) chapters pride themselves on brotherhood, academic achievement, community service, leadership, and setting an example for the greater student body and community of what it means to be a Spartan. Our members are held to a higher standard as a requirement of being part of our community.

Each IFC Member chapter has agreed to and works daily to live up to the standards of the Michigan State community and is committed to providing a safe environment for members and guests at all times. IFC chapters are expected to uphold standards of conduct and follow IFC, university, and organizational policies. While the majority of our members strive to better themselves and maintain strong organizations that prioritize safety and upholding our standards, there are chapters that have not met these expectations and been held accountable for their choices.

On January 31st, 2018, the Delta Chi chapter at Michigan State was suspended by the Delta Chi Fraternity International Headquarters. They are no longer a recognized IFC chapter at Michigan State. The group operating out of 101 Woodmere Ave is not a recognized IFC chapter and does not have oversight to ensure that safety requirements are being met.

While this organization might attempt to recruit new members during the days IFC is holding Spring Recruitment, from January 22nd-25th, they are not an affiliated chapter and not recognized by the University. We hope you have a safe and successful transition to MSU and fraternity recruitment experience. If you have any questions or concerns about any chapter or the fraternity recruitment process, please contact me at ifcpresident@greeklife.msu.edu.

 

Thank you,

Benjamin Libon

Welcome

Since 1872, Michigan State’s Greek community has been a viable and respected part of campus life. With more than 60 Greek letter organizations, “going Greek” can be one of the most significant experiences for a college student during their time at  MSU.

Each year, our community members achieve better academically, are elected to the highest leadership roles in student government, dedicate thousands of hours to community service, donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to charitable organizations, serve as executive officers for many of Michigan State’s student organizations, and build campus spirit, pride, and tradition through our major campus events such as Safe Halloween, Homecoming, Greek Week, and Mental Health Awareness Week. Most importantly, fraternity and sorority life provides the opportunity to establish bonds with the most dedicated, talented, and diverse people on campus and be a part of a global network of alumni that will last a lifetime.

The Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Council (PC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), are the governing bodies of Greek letter organizations on our campus.

Questions? Contact us at general@greeklife.msu.edu.

All-Greek Contact:
Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Guillermo Flores

Floresg6@msu.edu


General Interfraternity Council Questions:
Benjamin Libon
Interfraternity Council President
ifcpresident@greeklife.msu.edu

Recruitment Questions:
Andrew Scott
Vice President of Recruitment
ifcvprecruitment@greeklife.msu.edu

Our Council

Greek life at Michigan State University would not be possible without the hard working students and administration who make it possible. The IFC council consists of eight gentlemen who come from the different fraternities organizations on campus. They volunteer their time in order to oversee that Greek Life continues and prospers. To learn more about IFC as well as the other Greek Councils on this campus, click the button below.

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How to Join

Recruitment is an exciting time of each semester for each fraternity chapter. With 32 chapters on Michigan State's campus, the rush process can get overwhelming. Don't fret. We have tips for a successful rush week, important information, a map of all the fraternities, and much more. Just click the link below to learn more about the IFC recruitment process at Michigan State.

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Michigan State Greek News

Greek life in today's society has often fallen to negative stereotypes due to one organization bringing all of us down with them. At Michigan State University, we are proud of what our greek organizations accomplish. We think it is fitting to show off all that our greek organizations have done for the surrounding community and university. Click below to hear some heart warming stories of students giving back in each of their greek organization.

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