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About IFC

Carroll University Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for fraternities formed in 2012, “ in order to form closer working relationships, to self-govern, to educate, and to promote a sense of community among the fraternities of Carroll University.”

 

The Objectives of the IFC are to:

Promote the interests, mission, and Four Pillars of Carroll University

Promote the missions of the member fraternities

Promote Greek life, community, harmony, and cooperation among fraternities and sororities

Promote superior scholarship, social, and moral standards

Regulate recruitment and New Member processes

Serve as liaison between Carroll University and member fraternities on issues of common interest

Act as a judicial body for violations of IFC policy

Provide educational opportunities to member fraternities

Enforce and regulate all Fraternal Information and Programming Group (FIPG) risk management policies


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