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Welcome to the official website of the Interfraternity Council at Florida Atlantic University. Here, you will find information about the Interfraternity Council and the 9 member fraternities on campus that fall under its governance. The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the student-led governing body that supports and unifies the fraternities and collaborate  with the larger FAU and Boca Raton community.

Enhance your college experience!

Our IFC community has a long history on  campus and is proud of the work that the fraternities do to improve the quality of the student experience. There are many different clubs and organizations on campus, but what sets the IFC fraternities apart from other organizations is our commitment to scholarship, service, leadership, and brotherhood.

Ready to take the next step?

Joining an IFC Chapter can be life-changing in a young man's growth when coming to college. Not only do students create lifelong connections, but they also grow as individuals both professionally and personally. Students partake in educational training, community service, and much more while also working to obtain their degree.


On behalf of the 8 fraternity chapters that make up the Interfraternity Council, I would like to welcome you to our IFC community. 


We, the members of the IFC at Florida Atlantic University, join to promote each organization’s purpose, to reach community expectations and high standards, to create social and personal development, to exhibit responsibility to self and others, to develop intellectual growth and genuine learning, to foster global citizenship and engagement, to strengthen relationship building and to expand innovative thought and actions.  


Whether you are a parent, a prospective fraternity member, or currently affiliated with one of our chapters, I hope our website will answer any questions you may have. If not, please do not hesitate to contact myself, chapter presidents, chapter recruitment chairmen, or other members of the Interfraternity Council.​


In the Bonds of Brotherhood,

Jean Luma

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