The IFC President is the leader of the Executive Council, and is the primary point of contact between the IFC and the MIT's administration. The President shapes the vision of the fraternity community as a whole and is tasked with making decisions to ensure the health and longevity of the community. If you have any questions about the overall direction of your chapter or anything else, he is a great point of contact.
The IFC Vice President acts as chief-of-staff of the IFC and acts as a resource for chapters on internal operations. The Vice President's role is less rigidly defined and may change with the election of a new Executive Committee. If you need assistance with any aspect of chapter operations, such as food service, new member education, scholarship, etc., the Vice President will be able to assist you in generating new ideas or connecting with the appropriate resources.
The IFC Judicial Committee Chair runs the judicial branch of the council, overseeing the process and actions of the Judicial Committee, also known as JudComm. The IFC is a self governing body, and JudComm is one of the ways the council maintains this, through hearings and issuing resolutions for any infractions a house may incur. The chairman is responsible for running judicial hearings, ensuring resolutions are made, and keeping the council and others informed of the actions and decisions of JudComm. Contact the Judicial Committee Chair if you have any questions on judicial processes, resolutions, or any other JudComm related questions.
The IFC Risk Manager is tasked with ensuring the safety of events held by all members of the IFC. He organizes alcohol and drug training programs for IFC members, manages party registration, and acts as a resource to individual Risk Managers IFC-wide. If you have questions about your chapter's Risk Management policies or have any questions related to on-campus alcohol/drug resources, contact the IFC Risk Manager.
The IFC Recruitment Chairman manages all IFC recruitment activities, including Formal Recruitment in the fall, CPW in the spring, and spring recruitment activities across the IFC. He is also responsible for gathering and organizing data from Rush. He coordinates the activities of the various fraternity Rush Chairs. Contact the IFC Recruitment Chair if you have questions about IFC recruitment.
The IFC Public Relations and Programming Chair is in charge of all publicity for any IFC-related events and programs. He coordinates the production of any official IFC literature and publicity materials, and manages outreach programs to the MIT students, staff, faculty, parents, and the broader community. He is also responsible for organizing programs and events designed to encourage Interfraternal relations, boost Greek pride, and otherwise aid the IFC community. The IFC Program Development Chair also has funds available to support events held by multiple chapters. Contact the IFC Public Relations Chair if you have any questions about the IFC's public image and public relations best practices or about IFC programs, or if you need funding or help throwing an event for your chapter.
The IFC Executive Assistant & Treasurer is in charge of the finances of the IFC. He manages the annual IFC budget and receives payment from IFC member chapters. If you have questions about the IFC budget, need a receipt on dues payments, or have other financial questions, contact the IFC Executive Assistant & Treasurer.