Texas Tech University

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the fraternities at Tech who are usually members of the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council consists of 24 men's organizations, governed by an Executive Council of different community representatives. IFC strives to promote high academic standards, philanthropic services, resources for recruitment, and inter-fraternity unity. These organizations are dedicated to personal development, academic achievement, leadership, and service to the campus community.

IFC Executive Board

Follow IFC on Instagram for the latest updates:

IFC Instagram

IFC Organizations

Expanding Chapters

Below are the organizations that will be expanding to the Texas Tech campus in the upcoming years. 

Organization: Arrival to Campus:
Theta Xi Fall 2024
Sigma Pi Fall 2025 (Tentative)

Interfraternity Council Executive Board

Position: Name: Email:
President Caleb K. ttuifcpres@gmail.com
Executive Vice President Jonathan P. ttuifcvp@gmail.com
Vice President of Judicial Affairs Barrett M. ttuifcjudicial@gmail.com
Vice President of Finance Brant C. ttuifcfinance@gmail.com
Vice President of Academics  Nicholas P. ttuifcacademics@gmail.com
Vice President of Philanthropy  Carter A. ttuifcphilanthropy@gmail.com
Vice President of Intramurals Jake F. ttuifcvpintramurals@gmail.com
Vice President of Recruitment Noah L. ttuifcrecruitment@gmail.com
Associate Vice President of Recruitment VACANT ttuifcrecruitment@gmail.com
Vice President of Risk Management Corbin A. ttuifcrisk@gmail.com
Vice President of Member Education Baron B. ttuifcmembered@gmail.com
Vice President of Public Relations Samuel O. ttuifcpr@gmail.com

How to Join:

The IFC at Texas Tech utilizes a Formal Recruitment and Informal Recruitment structure to welcome new men into the community. Bids are not allowed to be given out between the final day of class (4/30/2024) through the conclusion of IFC Formal Recruitment (8/21/2024 at 2pm CST). If you receive a bid or are promised a bid, that is not a guarantee and should not be happening. If you have any questions and/or concerns, you can reach out to the IFC Recruitment Team or the IFC Advisor.

Through IFC Formal Recruitment (available during Fall Semesters), interested students may sign up through the council registration link. In order to be eligible to participate in IFC Formal Recruitment, the student must be enrolled at Texas Tech as a full-time student and complete the registration process via CampusDirector. There is a Kickoff Event, followed by Round 1 (2-days), Round 2, Pref Night, and Bid Day. After each round, Potential New Members (PNMs), will receive invites from chapters and make selections narrowing down options. PNMs can receive bids from any chapter, even if they were not invited back originally, on IFC Bid Day. 

Through IFC Informal Recruitment (available post-IFC Formal Recruitment & Spring Semesters), interested students may sign up through the council link to express interest and be on the Potential New Member (PNM) List that is sent out to all chapters in the IFC Community. In order to be eligible to participate in IFC Informal Recruitment, the student must be enrolled at Texas Tech as a full-time student. There is usually a Kickoff Event, followed by IFC Chapter Recruitment which is done on an individualized basis depending on the chapter and their recruitment needs. 

Fall 2024 IFC Formal Recruitment Link

IFC Featured Programs

The Interfraternity Council features a handful of programs throughout the Fall and Spring Semesters. 

Fall Programs:

Men's Health Month

Hosted in November raising awareness to Men's issues such as testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Movember Movember Hair cutting

Spring Programs:

Dust Bowl: Interfraternity All Star game

Our IFC gentlemen host this large scale all star football game in collaboration with the Texas Tech Football team. 

Dust Bowl Coach speaking with team IFC Dust Bowl Celebration