“We, the members of fraternities at the University of Southern California, realizing the need to strengthen the fraternity system, and in order to secure a greater unity in our aims and objectives and to establish an effective regulation of interfraternity affairs, do hereby establish and subscribe to this constitution.”
What is IFC?
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the coordinating and governing board of the fraternities. IFC is made up of 9 executive officers in charge of various aspects of Greek Life, as well as the president and delegate from each fraternity. Our goal as an organization is to lead USC’s Greek Community, one of the nation’s strongest, in the right direction. As a whole, the purpose of the IFC is, in accordance with the objectives outline by the National Interfraternity Conference, to assist the fraternity system in the development of fraternity members through intellectual, social leadership, and humanitarian pursuits. Most All-Greek events at USC are planned and organized by the IFC, rush being one of the biggest. Simply put, we work to continue the proud tradition of being Greek at USC.