Texas Tech University

Interfraternity Council



The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council consists of 21 men's organizations, governed by an Executive Council of different community representatives. The IFC community strives to promote high academic standards, strong philanthropic endeavors, and overall interfraternalism. These fraternities are dedicated to personal development, academic achievement, intentional leadership and service to the campus and community.

IFC Executive Board after Voting

 IFC Organizations

Expanding Chapters

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

Pi Kappa Phi Fall 2020 Delta Sigma Phi Spring 2023  
Delta Upsilon Spring 2022    

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

Members Today, Leaders tomorrow Emerging Leaders Academy

Members Today, Leaders Tomorrow

This program is for members of the IFC community to learn and embrace their leadership skills and qualities to enhance our Greek community. 


How to Join:

There are several opportunities for men to become a member of an Interfraternity council fraternity! Students can either join through the council's fall formal recruitment process the week prior to school starts, or informally throughout the rest of the academic school year. Please note that not all chapters recruit outside of the formal process.

Fall Formal Recruitment

Formal Recruitment is an organized, week-long series of events that allows incoming students to meet the many fraternities of the Interfraternity Council at Texas Tech. This is a mutual selection process, meaning throughout the week, incoming men will attend different chapter events, and will then accept of deny invitations to fraternities they have an interest in joining. Through this process, our fraternities are looking to recruit new members who have outstanding leadership skills, high academic standards, commitment to community service, and a shared excitement for Texas Tech.

In order to be eligible to participate in recruitment, you must be enrolled at Texas Tech and is full time student. Please read the Potential New Member Recruitment Rules to ensure you understand what is expected of you during the recruitment process.


Informal Recruitment

Informal Recruitment is the opportunity for students to join the IFC outside of fall formal recruitment. This event takes place immediately after Formal Recruitment and goes throughout the remainder of the academic year. Students always have the opportunities to reach out to various chapters, attend recruitment events, or connect digitally with fraternity's social media.

In spring semester, the Interfraternity Council will host a kick-off barbecue event to give all interested men a chance to meet participating fraternities. Chapters have the choice to participate in spring recruitment, meaning not all fraternities will take spring pledge classes.

In order to be eligible for Spring Informal Recruitment, you must be a full-time registered Texas Tech student and register with the Interfraternity Council. Please read the Potential New Member Recruitment Rules to ensure you understand what is expected of you during the recruitment process.



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