The purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to assist in providing a total educational experience for the fraternity community by emphasizing and acting as a resource to support community participation and responsibility. The role of the Interfraternity Council Executive Board is to create proper programming and protocol in order to ensure that our purpose as an organization comes to fruition.
One of our main goals is to promote interfraternal relations and we do this by creating programming such as Greek Week in the spring and the President-Faculty Dinner in the fall. Outside of our IFC Meetings, which mainly involve presidents from every fraternity, we also have a Delegate's Council where we discuss organizational commonalities amongst the fraternities which each person can use to improve their own fraternity.
As an organization, we are fully structured and have various documents that outline our goals, rules, and guidelines. Our Constitution outlines the reason behind our existence as an organization, with three main supporting documents that outline our overall policy, rules, and guidelines: the Judicial Committee Bylaws, the Recruitment Rules, and the Risk Management Policy.
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