The Interfraternity Council at Ohio Northern University strives to benefit the individual member, their respected chapters, and the Ohio Northern community and the Greek System as a whole. Our members are offered opportunities to enhance their college experience by developing fraternalism through support systems that create positive relations. This shall be achieved through establishing, promoting and achieving academic standards; motivating, educating and supporting members to attain leadership potential; creating an atmosphere dedicated to service of our campus and surrounding community, and cultivating an environment which forms positive and lifelong relationships of our members.
Ohio Northern University Interfraternity Council
The Interfraternity Council’s purpose is to govern the fraternities on campus as a group for the good of the Greek system. Projects and events are promoted by the IFC in order to benefit the entire community. Each of the five fraternities has two representatives on the council, the active chapter president and an elected IFC representative. The executive board has nine members.
IFC meets on Mondays at 8:30 p.m. in the Dean's Heritage Room of the McIntosh Center.
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