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The Interfraternity Council at the University of North Florida is the governing body for nine active (inter)national fraternities. It is the council’s mission to ensure that every IFC man has a life-changing fraternity experience, and that the values of his organization continue to shape each member beyond his college years. 


To learn more about the IFC community, please visit

How to Join

To join an IFC fraternity and participate in recruitment, prospective members must register at

All men seeking to join an IFC chapter at UNF must meet all OFSL membership requirements. Please refer to the “How to Join” page under our “Potential Members” tab for more information. Additionally, each IFC organization has its own requirements set by their (inter)national organization and UNF chapter.


Recruitment activities are held during both the spring and fall semesters.

IFC Executive Board

President: TJ Price

Vice President of Administration: Brian Turk

Vice President of Standards: Alex Anderson

Vice President of Finance: Matthew Layton

Vice President of Recruitment: Michael McClure

Vice President of Member Safety & New Member Education: Eric Scarbrough

Vice President of Programming & Member Education: Max Schuchard

Vice President of Scholarship: Jason Branggacio

Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Austin Price

Vice President of Community Relations: Jamar Brown

All IFC Executive Board Officers may be reached at

Recognized Chapters

Alpha Tau Omega

Chi Phi

Delta Sigma Phi

Delta Upsilon

Kappa Alpha Order

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sigma Chi

Theta Chi

Zeta Beta Tau


Alpha Sigma Phi will be expanding at the University of North Florida in Fall 2021.

Unrecognized Chapters

  • Kappa Sigma – Permanent separation and removal of recognition in 2020 due to sexual misconduct, endangerment, harassment, disruptive behavior, bystander participation, conspiracy, and retaliation violations.  Ineligible to return to UNF.
  • Lambda Chi Alpha - Removal of recognition issued by the (inter)national headquarters in 2006 due to hazing. Eligible to return to UNF.
  • Pi Kappa Phi – Removal of recognition in 2013 due to endangerment, participation, and violation of UNF regulations. Eligible to return to UNF in Fall 2024.