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Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council (IFC), sponsored directly as a subsidiary of the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), is a student representative organization that governs all NIC-recognized fraternities. The purpose of IFC is to EDUCATE, ADVOCATE, and COLLABORATE within and for the betterment of member fraternities. Annual IFC activities include recruitment, Greek Week, various community service events, campus and community speakers, and attendance at regional leadership conferences.

The University of Wyoming Chapter of IFC has been focused on advancing the fraternities on campus scholastically, organizationally, and philanthropically by instituting avenues by which positive growth can occur. For more information, please contact us or visit the North American Interfraternity Conference.

Interfraternity Council Logo surrounded by Greek Olive Branches and nine stars representing the nine fraternities on campus


President: Christopher Jaworsky

Oversee the operation of the Interfraternity Council, preside over IFC meetings and Executive Council meetings, liaison between IFC, CPH, and the University of Wyoming Administration and establish positive working relationships between IFC and Recognized Chapter Leaders.

VP of Standards: Mark Gigliotti

Serve as chair of the IFC Judicial Committee and Fraternal Standards Board with Panhellenic counterpart, perform a Judicial Review in the event a Recognized Chapter violates the IFC constitution, bylaws, and/or code of conduct, and conduct judicial policy and procedures, training for FSB/IFC.

VP of Recruitment: Zach Hammer

Serve as chair of the IFC Recruitment Committee, produce and distribute promotional materials to all incoming students and unaffiliated students, work to educate chapters on inclusive recruitment and retention strategies.

VP of Education: Seth Jones

Work with individual chapter scholarship chairs on improving chapter GPAs, provide resources that promote intellectual, physical, and mental well-being and develop opportunities to continue member education on current issues.

VP of Finance: Davis Eskam

Supervise the annual budget, serve as chair of the IFC Finance Committee, review and approve all IFC request forms, keep accurate records all disbursements and financial statements.

VP of Programming: Dylan Miller

Provide advice and support to Recognized Chapter’s community service/philanthropy, promote the mission and principals of IFC and Recognized Chapter through sponsorship and promotion of campus programs, develop opportunities for inter Fraternity and Sorority Life competition.

VP of Communication: Kenny Emerson

Act as a liaison between member chapters and the FSL office with publicity and social media, maintain records for IFC, maintain contact information, serve as a secretary to the IFC Legislative Council, and foster promotion of a positive FSL image on campus.

VP of Safety and Wellness: Dalton Stoddard

Lead safe social event hosting discussions and presentations, ensure chapter facilities are compliant with local fire code, and understand FIPG guidelines and other relevant documents, and build community wide knowledge of Mental Health and Wellness.

ASUW Liason: Jake St. Marie

Report of the business of IFC to ASUW and report ASUW business back to IFC Legislative Council.

IFC Council at the Jingle and Mingle celebration

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