Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council, or IFC, is the governing body for 12 of our fraternities at the University of North Texas. This council has 9 executive officers, which are elected by the general voting body each year. The purpose of the council is to not only promote fellowship within the Greek community, but also to set standards and governing rules for members of our chapters to abide by. The philosophy behind IFC is, in order for us to hold our Greek community to its highest standard, we must hold each other to these same standards.

IFC fraternities sponsor community service projects and philanthropic efforts such as Gift of Life, SEAL Legacy Foundation, and the Huntsman Cancer Institute. We take pride in our high scholastic achievements and constantly remind our members that academic excellence comes before anything else. We encourage everyone to check out and visit each of our IFC fraternities and set a course towards academic and personal success.

Our Chapters

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Chapter: Mu Gamma
Founded nationally: New York University, Nov. 7, 1913
Colors: Gold and Blue
Motto: “Commitment for a lifetime”
Philanthropy: No National Philanthropy
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Delta Sigma Phi

Chapter: Gamma Xi
Founded nationally: City College of New York, 1899
Colors: Nile Green and White
Motto: “Better Men, Better Lives”
Philanthropy: Red Cross
International Website:

Theta Chi

Chapter: Delta Phi
Founded nationally: Norwich University, April 10, 1856
Colors: Military Red and White
Motto: “An Assisting Hand”
Philanthropy: American Red Cross, USO

Kappa Alpha Order

Chapter: Gamma Lambda
Founded nationally: Lexington, VA December 21, 1865
Colors: Crimson & Old Gold
Motto: “God and the ladies”
Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy Association
International Website:

Kappa Sigma

Chapter: Epsilon Upsilon
Founded nationally: University of Virginia, Dec 10, 1869
Colors: Scarlet, Emerald Green
Motto: “Bononia Doce”
Philanthropy: A Greater Cause; Military Heroes Campaign
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Lambda Chi Alpha

Chapter: Iota Zeta
Founded nationally: Boston University, November 2, 1909
Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold
Motto: “Every Man a Man”
Philanthropy: Feeding America
International Website:

Phi Kappa Tau

Chapter: Zeta Theta
Founded nationally: Miami University, 1906
Colors: Harvard Red and Old Gold
Motto: “Building men of character”
Philanthropy: Hole in Wall Camps
International Website:

Pi Kappa Alpha

Chapter: Epsilon Delta
Founded nationally: University of Virginia, 1868
Colors: Garnet and Old Gold
Motto: “Once a Pike, Always a Pike”
Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy
International Website:

Sigma Chi

Chapter: Iota Phi
Founded nationally: Miami University, June 28, 1855
Colors: Blue & Old Gold
Motto: “Men of the white cross”
Philanthropy: The Huntsman Cancer Institute
International Website:

Sigma Nu

Chapter: Zeta Omicron
Founded nationally: January 1, 1869
Colors: Gold, Black and White
Motto: “Life of Love; Way of Honor; Light of Truth”
Philanthropy: Character Counts
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Sigma Phi Epsilon

Chapter: Texas Beta
Founded nationally: November 1, 1901
Colors: Red, Purple, & Gold
Philanthropy: Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Motto: “Building Better Men”
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Phi Kappa Sigma

Chapter: Beta Eta
Founded nationally: October 19, 1850
Colors: Black and Old Gold
Motto: “Stellis Aequus Durando – Equal to the stars in endurance.”
Philanthropy: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
International Website:


General Overview of Recruitment

Students interested in joining an Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternity can do so by participating in the IFC’s formal recruitment process. This is a process in which there are certain events planned and executed by the Interfraternity Council that give Potential New Members (PNM’s) the opportunity to meet fraternity members. PNM’s must attend all events and meetings scheduled during this process.

IFC Recruitment will take place right before the start of the academic year. This year, the formal recruitment period will take place from August 18th - 26th.

Registration is required to participate in this process. You can sign up HERE!

Recruitment eligibility

ITo be eligible for IFC Recruitment you must:

  • Have a high school GPA of 2.75+ or a college GPA of 2.5+
  • Register for recruitment via CampusDirector.

If you are interested in participating in the IFC formal recruitment process this fall, be on the lookout for more information in early August for additional information.

If you need any accommodations throughout this process, please contact the Vice President of Recruitment.

Vice President of Recruitment

Follow UNT IFC on Instagram for the latest information on recruitment and the council!

President: Brady Groppi
VP of Administration and Finance: Matthew Hailu
VP of Recruitment and Membership: Isaac Hernandez
VP of Programming: Benjamin Cohen
VP of Judicial Affairs: Joseph Harrison
VP of Public Relations: Devon Soucy
VP of Scholarship and Member Development: Parker Thomas
VP of Philanthropy: Kian Jamshidi
VP of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Daniel Najera

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