Welcome to the Oregon State Interfraternity Council Website

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The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for the traditionally-housed men's fraternities here at Oregon State University. This site serves as the central location for information about the benefits of fraternity life and provides guidance for how to go through fraternity recruitment. For more recruitment info, see our Recruitment Pages or contact Riley Johnson or Seth Bowman, the IFC Vice Presidents of Recruitment.

Fall 2022 Recruitment Dates
September 21st to September 30th 
September 21st- IFC Fraternity Fair: MU Ballroom 4:00pm to 5:30pm
September 21st - IFC Bowling Night: MU Lanes & Games 6:00pm to 8:00pm 
Chapter Events: September 22nd-September 29th 
 

Check out our new 2022 Fall Chapter Recruitment Schedule!

You can view the CFSL 2022-2023 Go Beavs! Go Greek! publication here! This guide lists the recognized chapters at OSU, details about joining and provides an overview of the community!

Meet the Interfraternity Council (IFC) - 2021 Video

Always Wearing Our Greek Letter Video
 

Fraternity Life at OSU

  • At Oregon State University, there are 23 IFC fraternities - and counting!
  • Our fraternities have a long history of over a hundred years, some being "single letter" chapters.
  • IFC fraternities value scholarship - our community routinely performs above the campus men's average GPA.
  • Our community is diverse and welcoming. No matter where you choose, you can't lose!
  • IFC is involved in raising thousands of dollars of funds for philanthropic events along with community service hours.
Fraternity Life Facts
  • There are over 9 million fraternities and sororities nationally. 

  • The Greek system is the largest network of volunteers in the US, with members donating over 10 million hours of volunteer service each year

  • Of the nation’s 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by fraternity men.

  • 76% of all Congressmen and Senators belong to a fraternity.

  • Every U.S. President and Vice President, except two in each office, born since the first social fraternity was founded in 1825 have been members of a fraternity.

  • A U.S. Government study shows that over 70% of all those who join a fraternity/sorority graduate, while under 50% of all non-fraternity/sorority person graduate.

  • Less than 2% of an average college student’s expenses go toward fraternity dues. (U.S. Office of Education).

  • Over 85% of the student leaders on some 730 campuses are involved in the Greek community.

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