2020 IFC Executive Board
Public Relations Chair
Residence Hall Association Representative
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Northern Arizona University’s Interfraternity Council (IFC) serves as the governing body for 14 social fraternities. This council functions in accordance with the policies and procedures established by the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
The council is made up of:
- an executive board
- 14 chapter presidents
- 14 Interfraternity Council delegates representing each fraternity
What to expect
All current Northern Arizona University students are welcome to participate in fraternity rush. Each organization has their own GPA requirement for membership, which they will share with you at the beginning of Rush Week.
Rush takes place in both the fall and spring semesters. During rush, you will have the chance to spend time with as many fraternities as you like throughout the week to get a sense of their values, philanthropic endeavors, and social activities.
If you are interested in adding your contact information to the Fraternity Rush interest list, please email NAUgreeks@nau.edu. Your contact information will be shared with each fraternity so they can let you know about their rush events.
At the Rush Fest event, you will be able to speak with each of the chapters and find out more about their events for the week.
Each organization will have its own approved individualized rush calendar of events. Invitations for membership will be handed out at the end of the week.
Please keep in mind that alcohol is strictly prohibited at all recruitment events and hazing is not tolerated at Northern Arizona University.
Membership selection information
Northern Arizona University Greek organizations appreciate the benefits of diversity and have designed their membership selection processes to offer a mutual exploration for chapters and prospective members alike. Every student is welcome and encouraged to participate in Greek membership selection.
The Northern Arizona University Greek system encourages participation of students from diverse backgrounds. The Greek philosophy promotes self-worth, human dignity, and positive image. Discrimination on the basis of race, ethnic background or economics will not be tolerated in any area of membership selection.
Each chapter will affirm its compliance with membership selection processes that are in accordance with the NAU student organization non-discrimination statement as set forth below:
Northern Arizona University prohibits discrimination in organizational membership on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religion, age, or veteran status. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 106.14, makes an exception for social fraternities and sororities with regard to gender requirements for membership.