What is the IFC?

The IFC can be viewed as a common ground among fraternities. It is a powerful environment comprised of leaders throughout Bucknell's campus including an Executive Council, all Chapter Presidents, Chapter Representatives, and an Assistant Directors of Residential Education for Fraternity Affairs. By fostering an an environment of education, the IFC works to correct, offer guidance on, and prevent issues that may arise within or among fraternities.

IFC provides a place for the voices of the Greek community to be heard by faculty, Town of Lewisburg officials, and fellow students. The fraternity system is sometimes viewed as dividing the campus community into two segregations: non-Greek and Greek. It is therefore the responsibility of members of each chapter affiliation and the IFC to work to correct any misperceptions and to promote better understanding and communication by and among these campus groups.

The underlying mission of the IFC is to advocate honor, scholarship, integrity, philanthropy, community service, and overall excellence among fraternity members.

 

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