Serving as the unifying and governing body for 30 IFC fraternities at the University of Minnesota, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the largest men's group on campus. The IFC legislative body is composed of the council's executive board and delegates from each of the member chapters. IFC creates and implements policies, programs, and training opportunities for its member organizations, and serves as a liaison between the Greek community and various departments and offices within the University of Minnesota. The council focuses on recruitment, social issues, leadership development, community service, campus involvement, Greek spirit, and academic achievement.
WHAT WE DO
Interfraternity Council GPA compared to all mall average of 3.16
4 Year Greek Graduation Rate in comparison the 62.61% Non Greek Graduation Rate
Service hours completed by Interfraternity Council Chapters
Raised by Interfraternity Council chapters for charity
Interfraternity Council Chapters at the University of Minnesota
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL EVENTS
Homecoming is a university-wide event celebrating the University of Minnesota. It pairs fraternities and sororities across all four greek councils in different social, philanthropic, service and community based events.
Machy Days is a series of social events focusing on community through philanthropy, service, and competition within the four Greek councils at the University of Minnesota.
Lakes & Legends is series of philanthropy events created and hosted by the Interfraternity Council. Events include a hockey tournament, gala, 5k and more!
Lakes and Legends Foundation
The Lakes and Legends Foundation is an organization formed by members of IFC fraternities dedicated to raising money for various charities. In 2015 and 2016 we raised thousands of dollars for the University of Minnesota Children's Hospital through our Power Play on Cancer hockey tournament. To learn more about our cause, click here.
In the future, Lakes and Legends hopes to raise more money through a gala, 5k run, broomball tournament and more. If you have any questions, please contact Vice President of Programming Griffin Ehlen.