Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Interfraternity council 

Georgia College Interfraternity Council serves as the governing body for eight men's fraternities. IFC's dedication to leadership, community service, and educational programs build our relationships with fellow Greek organizations as well as the GC community. 

IFC works to promote the highest ideals of:

                     *Scholarship     |     *Leadership     |     *Service    |    *Brotherhood

2022 IFC Exec Team


Current Officers

President Aaron McKeever
VP Administration & Chief Justice Jake Johnson
VP Recruitment Slate Fluker
VP New Member Education Patrick Morris
VP Philanthropy Drew Vondalt
VP Wellness & Safety Ethan Hattaway
VP Finance Tyler Maxwell
VP Public Relations Connor Patronis



Fraternities at Georgia College

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IFC Recruitment

The Interfraternity Council member organizations will host recruitment in September. Registration for recruitment will OPEN on June 1st and will CLOSE on August 1st



IFC Philanthropy

Last Year IFC...

  • Raised $20,000 for The Independence Fund 
  • Logged a record number of hours at GIVE Center 

This Past Year (2021), IFC....

We started fundraising to establish a GMC Scholarship for the student of a Military Veteran or First  Responder. All of our fundraising efforts this year will go towards helping to establish this scholarship. We are so excited to be able to support our neighboring community college, while also supporting our own.

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Recruitment Guide

The IFC 2022 Recruitment Guide will provide you with the necessary information you need to know about going through recruitment.

Recruitment Schedule

Fall Recruitment 2022 Schedule.

  • September 8th - Potential New Member Orientation
  • September 9th - Chapter Introductions
  • September 10th-  IFC Philanthropy Day
  • September 11th - TBA
  • September 12th - TBA
  • September 13th - 15th - Fraternity Bid Dinners (Invitation Only)
  • September 16th - Bid Day

THE IFC.GMC Scholarship

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