Interfraternity Council

"The Core Purpose of the Interfraternity Council is to build a stronger Fraternity & Sorority Community through efforts to foster a positive image, to enhance greek unity, and to recruit men consistent with the high standards of our Chapters."

The Interfraternity Council is the governing body of the university's fraternity system. In addition to the nine executive officers, the Council's membership includes the presidents of each of the fourteen IFC recognized fraternities.

The IFC serves as a weekly forum for fraternity leaders to discuss issues, organize large events, address representatives of university administration, and to collectively set policies for campus-wide fraternity conduct. The IFC serves as a means of encouraging fraternities to better themselves and helps them in accomplishing this goal. Also, the IFC sets and manages the recruitment process.

The final hope and purpose of the IFC is to ensure that the fraternity system at William & Mary maintains the high standards which it has held for over two hundred years.

Interested in Joining an IFC Fraternity?

Joining a fraternity and being a part of the vibrant Fraternity & Sorority community at William & Mary can help make your college experience even more unforgettable.  You can find detailed information on recruitment events, open house schedules, etc. by going to the IFC Fraternity Recruitment page.

2018 IFC Executive Council Officers

President

Jerry Shaen

Delta Chi

Executive Vice President

Mikey Ostendorf

Delta Phi

VP of Recruitment

Liam McLoughlin

Sigma Phi Epsilon

VP of Conduct

Patrick Maurizi

Alpha Tau Omega

VP of Programming

Jonah Finkel

Delta Chi

VP of Scholarship

Joe Dowell

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

VP of Community Service

Vacant

 

VP of Public Relations

Matt Pawelski

Sigma Phi Epsilon

VP of Administration

Nathan Salomonsky

Alpha Epsilon Pi