Ohio University's Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for fifteen member fraternities and nearly 1,000 affiliated members. The executive board of the IFC is made up of elected representatives from the member organizations to oversee academics, recruitment, finances, service, and programming.
The Interfraternity Council oversees the Fall and Spring semester structured recruitment processes, hosts a benefit dinner each October called the "Pink Tie Affair" to raise funds and awareness for the Susan G. Koman Foundation, and a scholarship recognition event called "Donuts for Dean's List." IFC member organizations hold various philanthropic and service events throughout the year.
For more information regarding the North-American Interfraternity Conference, the umbrella organization over IFC, visit: http://nicindy.org/
For more information regarding the Ohio University's IFC, please visit: http://ohioifc.com/