Office of Student Leadership and Engagement

Interfraternity Council

Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council, or IFC, is the local governing body for social fraternities that are members of the North American Interfraternity Conference. The purpose of the IFC is to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and recruitment among member organizations. IFC is the umbrella group for 13 social fraternities on UNCW's campus. IFC has elected executive officers who hold weekly meetings with chapter representatives to create events, discuss current issues, and support recruitment efforts.

RecruitmentInterested in joining one of the 13 IFC Fraternities? All potential new members must register for recruitment to ensure eligibility requirements are met.  In order to be eligible you must be a full-time enrolled student (minimum 12 credit hours), have a 2.5 cumulative GPA (*sophomores/juniors/seniors). Transfer and first semester students are eligible to join their first semester.  Learn more about recruitment!

ProgramsSpeaking Greek

Each fall semester the Interfraternity Council hosts a nationally recognized college speaker to present to our community. Typical speaking topics are character development, hazing prevention, personal growth, relationship building, leadership, motivation, and alcohol education just to name a few.


The Interfratrenity Council supports keeping Wilmington clean and beautiful. Groups are assigned roads/weekends to go out and give back to the community and ensure their areas are clean and free of trash and debris.

Athletics & Intramural Sports

To develop healthy competition between the members of IFC, the council has worked with the Campus Recreation Department to develop an all fraternity league for intramurals. In each sport fraternities will compete against each other and earn points throughout the year. Check out past Champions!