The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at APSU is the governing body of seven social fraternities. The council regulates formal recruitment for the fraternities and serves as a judiciary board in case any problems between fraternities arise. The council keeps a constitution and a set of bylaws that, if necessary, can be amended with new legislation during weekly meetings held each semester.
The Interfraternity Council Executive Board is made up of the following men:
- President, Drew Crook
- Vice President of Administration, Matthew Rutter
- Vice President of Community Standards, Justin Duncan
- Vice President of Membership Recruitment, Jon Mortimer
- Vice President of Logistics, Blake Armour
APSU’s Interfraternity Council preserves the high standards of its member fraternities, promoting the general interests of the organizations and ensuring cooperation among chapters.
The purpose of IFC is to develop and maintain fraternity life and interfraternity relationships. In doing this, the IFC:
- Promotes excellence in scholarship;
- Acts in conjunction with member fraternities and the University to promote and maintain high social and moral standards;
- Provides programs and services to member fraternities;
- Acts as a liaison between member fraternities and other student organizations, the student body, the faculty and the administration;
- Fosters the development of a positive relationship between the community and member fraternities;
- Institutes policies and rules that further the mission of fraternity and sorority life;
- Works collaboratively with the organizations of the College Panhellenic Council and the National Pan-Hellenic Council on programs, activities, and events.