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Northwest Missouri State University

Interfraternity Council

Welcome | About | Executive Board | Chapters | Meetings | Recruitment | Contact


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IFC is the administrative and facilitating board of fraternity men who represent the best interest of Northwest Fraternities.  IFC seeks to promote a uniform Greek Community in which dedication to standards of leadership, brotherhood, scholarship, member development, service, and philanthropy will serve as the guiding values of the Council and all Fraternities.  IFC coordinates educational, social and recruitment programs for member chapters, as well as establishes the framework and standards that all fraternities uphold.  It is the goal of the Interfraternity Council to create an environment of welcoming by seeking to help each fraternity strive to reach its fullest potential.

But Greek Life is more than just abiding by rules and pretending to live the core values of each of our fraternities.  It changes your life.  From the people you meet to the events you experience, you grow as a person, and each step along the way defines you more and more.  Your brothers will always be there for you, through thick and thin, and you will end up with more than just a life-long friendship; you’ll end up with a brotherhood second to none.   

The Interfraternity Council is always here to aid you with questions and assist you through the entire Greek process.  We are a group of individuals who represent the Greek Community and all that it stands for.  On behalf of the entire Greek Community, we thank you for visiting our site.

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If you have questions you may contact us by e-mailing Interfraternity Council 

About IFC

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the administrative and governing board representing the best interest on Northwest fraternities. The responsibilities of IFC include striving toward the highest standards of leadership, brotherhood, scholarship and self-governance. IFC coordinates educational, social and recruitment programs for member chapters, as well as establishes rules and standards for behavior and membership.

If you are interested in joining one of our fraternities we encourage you to visit the recruitment link on this website to learn about the recruitment process, contact the Office of Student Involvement at (660) 562-1226 or e-mail us at  

The Greek, male community is actively involved in a variety of different activities both on and off-campus.


2015-2016 Executive Members


Casey Schulte

Casey Schulte

Major: Psychology
Minor: Sociology/Deaf Studies
Year: Junior

I love Greek Life because it’s my home away from home. The eternal bonds that I have created with the individuals in my chapter and Greek Life as a whole has helped shape me into the person I am today. I have developed relationships that will last a lifetime and couldn’t have done it without going Greek. 

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Devin Williams 
Vice President of Programming & PR


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Tyler Richardson

Vice President of Judicial Affairs 


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Benjamin Brodeson

Vice President of Scholarship & Finance


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Sam Spencer

Vice President of Communication



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Austin Mezzacasa
Vice President of Philanthropy



General Council meetings are Thursdays at 6:00p.m. in the Boardroom, JW Jones Student Union

If you have any questions, please contact:
Sam Spencer, V.P. of Communications


Letters Today, Leaders Tomorrow.

Participation in recruitment will give you the opportunity to meet men from each of the eight fraternities. Recruitment is a mutual selection process that takes place over five days in September and January. Recruitment provides potential members the opportunity to meet with chapter members, ask a variety of questions, and tour chapter houses.

Men interested in fraternity life can participate in the Spring 2015 recruitment events (see event schedule below) men must have a 2.5 G.P.A. Each respective chapter organizes their own events and activities. Most recruitment events, which are typically casual and held at the chapter houses, range in activities from athletic events, poker/card tournaments, meet and greets, and cookouts.

For men, the recruitment process comes at no charge.  However, for those interested in going through recruitment, the deadline to register and be eligible to potentially receive a bid from a chapter is the Monday of Recruitment Week After this deadline, no potential new member will be eligible to accept a bid until the following Monday following the conclusion of formal recruitment. Please register here

Spring 2015 Recruitment Dates

 *Attending recruitment events is not an excuse to miss class. Greek Life values the importance of scholarship and academics; please do not miss class for a recruitment event.


Event Location Date/Time
Fraternity Forum Boardroom, J.W. Jones Student Union Monday, January 25th; 5 - 7 pm

Chapter Specific Recruitment Events (January 28th - 31st ; 5 - 8 pm)

Bid Day Ballroom Monday, February 1st 4 - 5 pm

Open House Schedule

Date/Time Chapter Location
Tuesday, January 26th  Alpha Kappa Lambda (AKL)
421 W. 16th
Delta Sigma Phi (Delta Sig) 622 N. Walnut
Phi Sigma Kappa (Phi Sigs) 940 College Ave. 
Wednesday, January 27th Alpha Gamma Rho (Ag Rho) 1417 E. 3rd
5 - 8 pm Phi Delta Theta (Phi Delt) 222 W. 2nd 
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep)   530 W. 9th
Sigma Tau Gamma (Sig Tau) 423 W 9th 

For interested men that do not go through recruitment, fraternities will generally continue to organize recruitment events throughout the entire fall and spring trimesters.

Please contact Casey Schulte with any questions.

Contact IFC

For general information regarding the greek community or fraternities, please contact the Greek Life Office at:

Office of Student Involvement
Attn: Greek Life
800 University Drive
Maryville, Missouri 64468