Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) of Arkansas Tech University was founded for the purposes of promoting fraternity life and providing a forum for the discussion of issues that affect fraternities and their members. All eight fraternities at Arkansas Tech are governed by the Interfraternity Council. While these chapters have different histories, distinguishing characteristics, members, and personalities, they share the central tenants of all fraternal organizations: scholarship, leadership, service, and brotherhood.

Fraternities foster friendship and provide opportunities to socialize through the hosting of social events such as chapter retreats, mixers, date parties and formals. As you learn more about the fraternity system you will come to realize that every chapter has an important role in making life as an ATU student more exciting, enjoyable, and successful. Any chapter in the Interfraternity Council will offer numerous opportunities for friendship, campus involvement, leadership, and the development of essential skills. We hope that you are interested in learning about the traditions of fraternity life and helping to keep them alive.

2015 IFC Executive Board

President: Conner Wood
Vice President: Kevin Hemphill
Vice President of Greek Affairs: Dylan Edgell
Vice President of Recruitment: Cristian Perez

IFC Chapters

Alpha Phi Alpha
President - Titus Mills
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Alpha Tau Omega
President - Trent Rogers
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Kappa Sigma
President - Jordan Dunham
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Omega Psi Phi
President - Zabian King
National Website 

Phi Lambda Chi
President - Tim Beirne
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Pi Kappa Alpha Colony
President - Connor Payne
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Sigma Phi Epsilon
President - Mac Croff
National Website

Sigma Pi
President - Blake Bratcher
National Website

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