The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of 13 social fraternities at the University of North Dakota. The IFC elects seven executive team officers each fall who serve the fraternity community. The IFC helps plan and implement fraternity programs such as recruitment, Grand Chapter, Greek Week, the Study-A-Thon and many more.
One of the purposes of IFC is to hold member chapters accountable to the ideals of fraternity membership as defined by the following basic expectations:
- Chapters will respect the human dignity of all persons.
- Chapters will strive for academic achievement and maintain academic integrity.
- Chapters will respect their own property and the property of others.
- Chapters will meet their financial and administrative obligations in a timely manner.
- Chapters will maintain chapter property so that it is safe, clean and in a condition befitting of the community of which it is a part.
- Chapters will not condone nor tolerate the use of illegal drugs or the misuse of alcohol.
- Chapters will challenge all members to adhere to these interfraternal expectations and will confront those who are in violation of them.