Stephen F. Austin State University

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Interfraternity Council

The North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is composed of 64 member organizations nationally with over 5500 chapters on 800 campuses. At Stephen F. Austin State University, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) is composed of 13 chapters; IFC interacts among its members and the campus through meetings, social outlets, and philanthropic events.

The first meeting of the NIC was conducted on November 27, 1909. Twenty-six fraternities met at this conference to discuss the issues facing fraternities at the time. However, it was not until 1910 that there was a formal organization. The mission of the NIC is to advocate the needs of its members through enrichment of the fraternity experience, advancement, and growth of the fraternity community, and enhancement of the educational mission of the host institutions. The NIC is also committed to enhancing the benefits of fraternity membership.

Our member fraternities have many different offerings and values to instill in these men. It is a testament to our fraternities and their impact on these young men that IFC has enjoyed revitalization in the last few years. Academic achievement has remained a focus of the fraternities. IFC continues to reach out to the community through various philanthropic events that help develop and instill values into the young men that become involved in our member organizations.

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Unrecognized IFC Fraternities

We would like to advise all students and parents/guardians that there are groups that are not recognized by the Greek Life Office, Stephen F. Austin State University, or the national office/organization they display the letters of. For your own well-being, we strongly discourage you from attending events and from affiliating yourself with these organizations.

What does it mean to be an inactive chapter?

Inactive status means that a chapter is not currently on campus due to reasons such as low membership numbers, low campus interest, or the chapter chose to leave on their own.

Inactive Chapters

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity

What does it mean to be a suspended chapter?

Suspended status means that the chapter is not permitted to be an active organization on campus; whether that is mandated by the University or the organization's National Headquarters. In most cases, there is a significant reason for the suspension, and there is a certain date when they will be reactivated as a student organization.

Suspended Chapters

Delta Chi Fraternity

Delta Tau Delta Fraternity

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity

Important Recruitment Information

If you have LESS THAN 12 college or dual credit hours, you must have a 2.75 GPA in order to register for recruitment.

If you have 12 or MORE college or dual credit hours, you must have a 2.5 GPA in order to register for recruitment.

IFC Documents

SFA IFC Chapters

Alpha Gamma Rho Crest

Alpha Gamma Rho

Nickname: A-G-R

President: Garrett Cowy

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.55

Alpha Tau Omega

Nickname: A-T-O

President: Wyatt Smith

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.80

Kappa Alpha Order

Nickname: K-A

President: Tanner Knight

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.34

Kappa Sigma

Nickname: Kappa Sig

President: Hunter Collins

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.47

Phi Kappa Psi

Nickname: Phi Psi

President: Connor Gilbertson

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.63

Pi Kappa Phi

Nickname: Pi Kapp

President: Ethan Dinger

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.71

Sigma Chi

President: Mark Trejo

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.14

Sigma Nu

President: Thomas Arvizu

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.77

Sigma Tau Gamma

Nickname: Sig Tau

President: Brett Friedman

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.85

Tau Kappa Epsilon

Nickname: Teke

President: Garrett Wortham

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.69

Theta Chi

President: Christian Smith

Fall 2019 GPA: 2.48

Interfraternity Council

Students with Disabilities

The Office of Student Affairs Programs is committed to providing support for students with disabilities. If you are a student who needs an accommodation to attend or participate in one of our events or student organizations you are encouraged to stop by Room 325 in the Human Services Building to make your request. You may also call us at (936) 468-3004, TDD: (936) 468-1004.

If you have an accommodation request please see us as soon as possible, so we can make any arrangements necessary. Accommodations can only be arranged once a request has been submitted in writing to Disability Services. To the greatest extent possible, the Office of Student Affairs Programs shall observe confidentiality with respect to any request for accommodation.

Students who feel they have not been accommodated appropriately can appeal that decision utilizing the university appeals process.