IFC -Interfraternity Council

Position Title
Davis Interfraternity Council

Unit
Nick Elliott-Smith, IFC President
Payton Gates, IFC Advisor


Bio

The IFC serves as the governing body for international, national, and local member fraternities. The IFC is an affiliate of the North American Interfraternity Conference, a nationwide network of 66 fraternities comprising over 5500 chapters on 800 US colleges and universities. The IFC works to assist and strengthen fraternities individually and collectively, develops policy, promotes educational programming, coordinates community service efforts, and furthers intellectual accomplishment and scholarship. Each Fall IFC holds a coordinated Rush Week for all men interested in going Greek.

Executive Board:
  • President: Nick Elliott-Smith, Sigma Chi 

  • Executive Vice-President: Harrison Baker, Sigma Nu 

  • Vice President of Communications: Logan Echeveria, Sigma Nu 

  • Vice President of Finance: Noam Marcus, Alpha Epsilon Pi 

  • Vice President of Activities: Bijan Askeri, Sigma Nu 

  • Vice President of Programming: Nathan Kushner, Sigma Chi

  • Vice President of Recruitment: Zachary Silverman, Alpha Epsilon Pi 

  • Vice President of Academics: Britton Stark, Phi Delta Theta 

Fraternities:
Governing Documents:
Have a complaint? Submit below or email the IFC Advisor at pagates@ucdavis.edu 

Fall 2019 Recruitment

  • Sign ups for the Interfraternity Council men’s Recruitment will open on July 15th.

  • Important Dates: 

    • Mandatory IFC Recruitment Kickoff- September 29th at 5:00pm in Science Lecture Hall 123 

    • IFC Recruitment Week- September 30th - October 3rd  

    • IFC Bid Day- October 4th

Informal Recruitment

Outside of the formal Fall recruitment window, IFC chapters host informal recruitment events throughout the year.  For more information about IFC chapters and their individual recruitment events, please visit the chapter pages to contact the chapters directly.

Requirements

To affiliate with a fraternal organization, currently enrolled students and transfer students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average, or at least a 3.0 high school grade point average for first quarter freshmen.