Since 1919, the Ball State University fraternity community has provided a premier student development experience dedicated to a lifetime of excellence for thousands of men.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a self-governing body that works closely with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and represents members of 13 fraternities at Ball State. IFC consists of nine executive council members, a voting representative from each fraternity and the chapter president from each fraternity.
The council provides support to ensure academic success and sustainability. It continuously promotes the safety, health, and wellness of Ball State’s chapters and their individual members by engaging stakeholders, initiating and maintaining collaborative relationships. This in turn will consistently support a positive membership experience. The IFC dedicates its resources for the continuous growth of community membership and will always continue engaging in efforts to support the specific needs of its chapters and their individual members.
- Better break down the barrier between the Ball State fraternity community and its elected officials by increasing transparency through stronger communication and individual chapter visits.
- Increase diversity by pairing with the Panhellenic Association and National Pan-Hellenic Council on events.
- Promote philanthropic awareness by donating to, promoting and attending events.
- Promote the Fraternity and Sorority Life and IFC brand by integrating the Muncie community and non-Greek organizations.
- Create and implement a new IFC event attendance system.
“The mission of the Ball State University Interfraternity Council is to govern, to serve, to represent, and to promote our community, with the highest standard of integrity and excellence to our 13 member fraternities. We serve as a resource to facilitate the growth and development of fraternity men in the areas of personal and fraternal responsibility, leadership, scholastic achievement, and civic engagement with the Ball State and Muncie communities, diversity, and brotherhood. We put our strongest efforts forward to promote a community of inclusiveness and brotherhood in our member chapters and within the council.”