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Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council was established at Appalachian State University in 1973 as the governing body of the men's social fraternities. The IFC currently recognizes 16 fraternities on the AppState campus, and is comprised of 11 executive members and two delegates from each chapter. Even though each fraternity is unique, the IFC helps to unify the individual chapters to make the fraternity community stronger. The IFC promotes scholarship, community service, social development, public relations, personal development, risk management, and cooperation among the men's organizations. Recruitment of new members begins with recruitment during the first few weeks of each semester. Be sure to follow the Interfraternity Council Instagram page @AppstateIFC to stay up to date on all fraternity events.

Interfraternity Council Executive Officers

 

 

President 

Jackson Bjork

Vice President of Judicial Affairs

Carter Hill

Vice President of Risk Management

Nick Spiers

Vice President of Administration & Finance

Alex Tan

Vice President of New Member Services

Luke Barbaryaka

Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Jose Torres

Vice President of Recruitment

Gavin Blank

Vice President of Programming

Austin Skinner

Vice President of Scholarship

Joe Best

Vice President of Community Relations

Carter McDowell

Vice President of Communications

Bobby Weisberg

Advisors:

Shaleeah Smith & Lexi Snoke

 

 


University Statement On New NIC Affiliated Organizations & Non-Affiliated Organizations

Organizations who wish to apply for expansion here at Appalachian State must strictly adhere to the Fraternity and Sorority Life Expansion and Re-expansion Policy outlined here. Failure to follow the policy will result in the said organization to be removed from consideration. Organizations that have not been given the approval to expand may reapply one year from the previous ruling. 

Recognized Interfraternity Association Fraternities

Fraternities help to complement a student's education process by providing opportunities for leadership, social interaction, brotherhood, and academic growth. Fraternities are also an important part of the University, and often provide the campus with leaders in many areas.

Kappa Alpha Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Tau Omega Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu
Phi Kappa Tau Phi Gamma Delta Theta Chi
Delta Sigma Phi Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Delta Tau Delta Phi Sigma Kappa
Pi Kappa Alpha Beta Theta Pi Phi Delta Theta

Organizations currently under sanctions with the University and/or National Office:

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The Following Organizations are no longer recognized by the University:

  • Tau Kappa Epsilon - Organizational Suspension originally issued has now been changed to the removal of recognition due to concerns about a persistent pattern of concerning conduct during their suspension period. The chapter may petition to return as an expansion chapter in 2023.
  • Pi Kappa Phi - Charter revoked by national office in 2019 due to national policy and university policy violations.
  • Delta Chi - University Recognition revoked in 2021 due to university policy violations.  The chapter may petition to return to 2025.