About the Interfraternity (IFC) Council
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at California State University, Northridge serves as the self-governing body for fraternities on campus. It consists of nine Executive Board members (check out the executive board page!) and two delegates from each member fraternity. In addition to promoting fraternal values and fostering relationships within our community, we as an organization strive to help our members live happy and healthy lives. Our members strive to achieve academic achievement, leadership development, community involvement, and establish brotherhood within their organizations to establish growth both as gentlemen and a leading scholars.
Every Monday of the Fall 2018 semester the council will meet at 7 p.m. in the FlintRidge room in the East Conference Center.