The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the self-governing student organization that provides guidelines and support to its member organizations, which make up the Council of Fraternities. Wofford's IFC governs the six inter/national fraternities on campus who are all members of the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). IFC's Council of Fraternities meets at least three times per month. It is comprised of two representatives per fraternity in addition to the Executive Council, which is elected each spring.
The IFC Creed
We, the Undergraduate Members of men’s fraternities, in an effort to lessen the disparity between fraternity ideals and individual behavior and to personalize these ideals in our daily experience, strive to abide by the values and ethics set forth by our chapters’ rituals.
We, the fraternity men of Wofford College, stand for academic achievement; for the respect of all persons; for guarding the health and safety of all human beings; and for the challenge to our brothers to uphold fraternal ideals in their daily lives.
Executive Council 2023-2024
Wofford College's Interfraternity Council is governed by its bylaws which are reviewed annually under the purview of the Vice President of Judicial Affairs.