Serving as the unifying and governing body for 30 Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternities at the University of Minnesota, the IFC is the largest men's group on campus. The IFC legislative body is composed of the council's executive board and the president of each member chapter. IFC creates and implements policies, programs, and training opportunities for its member organizations, and serves as a liaison between the Greek community and various departments and offices within the University of Minnesota. The council focuses on recruitment, social experiences, leadership development, community service, campus involvement, Greek spirit, and academic achievement.
IFC supports three phases of recruitment: Informal, Formal and Semi-Formal. Informal recruitment takes place over the summer where potential new members can join a chapter prior to school. Individual chapters decide to what extent they recruit during the summer and what events they have during this time.
Formal recruitment begins between Welcome Week and the start of classes and starts with a recruitment fair. The following two days involve house tours where potential new members get to learn more about each chapter as they tour chapter facilities before spending the next three days attending semi-formal events hosted either at a chapter house or around campus.
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We, the members of The Delta Chi Fraternity, believing that great advantages are to be derived from a brotherhood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist
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