Interfraternity Council

The University of Mississippi
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  • Interfraternity Council

    The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is composed of 15 members chapters whose job is to support its organizations as a resource, to be an advocate, and to serve as a governing body. Each represented chapter is unique in name but common in Five Core Values: academic excellence, respect and dignity for all, civic engagement, personal and professional development, and health and wellness. Our council exists to cultivate these core values to foster unique and diverse servant leaders among its men, in addition to providing a governing structure that is primarily student-led. Any given day at the University of Mississippi, you will see members of IFC chapters actively leading and participating in Associated Student Body, planning activities with the Student Activities Association, organizing and attending service opportunities such as The Big Event, RebelThon, and much, much more.

    While our organization provides many opportunities to serve, to lead, and to get involved, the primary purpose and reason we exist is to make our members better men and our community a better place alongside other councils such as NPHC and Panhellenic. In a moment of time when the challenges of manhood are especially revealed and confronted, the bond of fraternity is here to encourage, to support, and to walk alongside.

    Please feel free to contact our office at 662-915-7609, or email for more information.

    Jarrett Estess

    Interfraternity Council President