The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at Duke University is the umbrella organization for 16 national fraternities. The purpose of the IFC is to promote and further the best interests of the fraternity community, its member chapters, and Duke University. Belonging to a fraternity entails a life-long commitment and encapsulates all parts of a student's life: academics, leadership, friendship, brotherhood, athletics, community service, career exploration, and social activities. For more information about the Interfraternity Council or any of its member fraternities, you may contact the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. You may also email Interfraternity Council officers by clicking their names below, or visit the chapter pages and websites by clicking on each chapter's name.
Interfraternity Council Recruitment
Online Registration Start Date: TBD
Online Registration Deadline: TBD
**IFC Recruitment: January 7, 2018-January 21, 2018
**The opening event for IFC Recruitment takes place in January on the Sunday BEFORE classes start. Please plan travel accordingly.
2016-2017 Chapters and Advisors
2017-2018 Executive Board
Submit names of individuals you are interested in to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life (OFSL) prior to offering bids. The OFSL will then check each recruit's eligibility for membership.Information for Recruitment Chairs
This page is intended for chapter recruitment chairs and other members.
Chapters: Please remember that you can recruit upperclassmen anytime during the school year. If there is an upperclassmen you are interested in, please follow the following procedure:
Finally, the official schedule for IFC formal recruitment in January will be available by mid-October. When the fall semester begins, the IFC will contact all recruitment chairs to schedule recruitment meetings during the semester.