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:
Fraternities at Georgia College:
- Alpha Tau Omega
- Delta Sigma Phi
- Kappa Alpha Order
- Kappa Sigma
- Pi Kappa Alpha
- Pi Kappa Phi
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon
- Theta Chi
|2021 Interfraternity Council|
|VP Administration & Chief Justice||Matthew Hartnett|
|VP Recruitment||Cameron Story|
|VP New Member Education||Perry Ender|
|VP Philanthropy||Austin Branson|
|VP Wellness & Safety||Paul O'Neill|
|VP Finance||Matthew Nitkowski|
|VP Public Relations||Evan Christian|
Awards & Recognition
- In 2020, $20,000 was raised for The Independence Fund
- Hours at GIVE Center logged
- Georgia College's Fraternity Man of the Year- Charlie Haug
" Charlie serves as the president of the Kappa Alpha Order chapter. He is a strong leader, well respected, and shows his focus on transparency with his executive council and their decisions. He also emphasized cohesiveness among fraternities, bringing a joint philanthropy event to the IFC that brought everyone together and created for positive change for a local veteran in need. This cohesiveness among our chapters has never occurred before. He and the Kappa Sigma president started a philanthropy concert in the spring, and is inviting Delta Sigma Phi to host County Line, another philanthropy concert in the fall. Fraternities working together for good causes like this shows who we are, and how much good we can create. Charlie takes being a gentleman extremely seriously, and reminds everyone at chapter to do the same. He is currently on the Deans List and has been for the past three semesters which shows his commitment to knowledge. To ensure the brothers were heard when tough decisions had to be made he created the council of honor, where brothers could voice concerns directly to an executive council member. He also established the first ever KA- Epsilon Nu housing corps." -anonymous
Recruitment 2020 will be a combination of virtual and face-to-face activities. However, please be advised, that all plans for recruitment are "TENTATIVE" and are subject to change.
- September 10th - Potential New Member Orientation
- September 11th - 12th - Chapter Introductions
- September 13th - Potential New Member Call-Backs
- September 14th - 17th - Fraternity Bid Dinners
- September 18th - Bid Distribution
The Independence Fund
Founded in 2007, The Independence Fund is committed to empowering our nation's severely wounded, injured, or ill Veterans to overcome physical, mental, and emotional wounds incurred in the line of duty.
Through The Independence Fund's Mobility, Caregiver, Adaptive Sports, Advocacy, and Family programs the lives of Veterans and their families are improved. The Independence Fund strives to bridge the gap of unmet needs to Veterans and their caregivers.
Georgia College's IFC is committed to raising funds to aid a local Baldwin County Veteran. In 2020, Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Theta Chi worked together to raise $20,000 to donate on behalf of Georgia College's IFC.