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Interfraternity Council


Our Purpose

The goal of the Interfraternity Council, here after called the Council, shall be
to develop, maintain, and promote Greek Life on the New Mexico State University campus.


What is IFC

Interfraternity Councils are established on campuses where there are at least two social fraternity chapters. Each chapter has a designated person (IFC Delegate) that attends weekly council meetings. The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is dedicated to enhancing the benefits of lifelong fraternal membership by supporting chapters and encouraging their members to develop intellectually, socially and professionally at New Mexico State University, as alumni and as members of their community. IFC supports chapters by organizing purposeful programming, providing opportunities for balanced growth and facilitating collaboration among chapters, the Fraternity and Sorority community and New Mexico State community. 


IFC Chapters at NMSU


Alpha Gamma Rho
National Founding Date: April 4, 1904
Local Founding Date: 1951 

Fall Semester - Mule Deer Foundation
Spring Semester - Cowboys for Cancer
National Founding Date: April 15, 1905

Local Founding Date: 2024
Philanthropy: TBD

Alpha Tau Omega
National Founding Date: September 11, 1865 

Local Founding Date: 1976 

Philanthropy: Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley
Lambda Chi Alpha
National Founding Date: November 2, 1909 

Local Founding Date:April 27, 1946
Philanthropy: Feeding America 
Pi Kappa Alpha
National Founding Date: March 1, 1868 

Local Founding Date: March 25, 1995 
Philanthropy: Fire Relief and APA Animal Shelter 
Sigma Chi
National Founding Date: June 28, 1855 

Local Founding Date: April 19, 2008
Philanthropy: Huntsman Cancer Institute 
Tau Kappa Epsilon
National Founding Date: January 10, 1899 

Local Founding Date: March 25, 1934 

Philanthropy: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 
Theta Chi
National Founding Date: April 10, 1856 

Local Founding Date: December 4, 2021
Philanthropy: United Service Organizations (USO)