The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the fraternities at Tech who are members of the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council consists of 21 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.
Below are the organizations that will be expanding to the Texas Tech campus in the upcoming years.
Pi Kappa Phi Spring 2021
Phi Sigma Kappa Spring 2021
|Delta Upsilon Spring 2022|
|Delta Sigma Phi Spring 2023|
How to Join:
IFC at Texas Tech utilizes an Informal Recruitment structure to welcome new men into the community. This process is utilized in the fall as well as spring semesters. Through informal recruitment, interested students may sign up through the council registration link, to ensure they have the chance to meet all of our IFC chapters. Students can connect face-to-face, or virtually, as they engage with recruitment. Each semester, the council will set a date in which invitations to membership may be distributed. In order to be eligible to join a fraternity, you must be a full-time registered Texas Tech student.
IFC Featured Programs
The Interfraternity Council features a handful of programs throughout the Fall and Spring Semesters.
Men's Health Month
Hosted in November raising awareness to Men's issues such as testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
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.
Members Today, Leaders tomorrow Emerging Leaders Academy
This program is for members of the IFC community to learn and embrace their leadership skills and qualities to enhance our Greek community.