A Letter From The IFC President



Thank you for your interest in Greek Life and The Interfraternity Council! My name is Logan Weissler and I have the privilege of serving as the IFC President for the 2014-15 school year. It is truly an exciting time to be Greek and a member of an IFC chapter here at Texas A&M. With 19 chapters and a collective membership of over fourteen-hundred Aggies, Fraternities at A&M have experienced unprecedented growth in recent years. Last Fall was the largest recruitment period in our nearly forty year history. Our numerical growth is outmatched only by the quality of our members. The IFC wide grade point average is well above the all University average; our members are enrolled in every available major at A&M, and receive among the most selective internships and job opportunities before and after graduation. The Fraternity community raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities in both our local community as well as for some of the largest philanthropic organizations in the country.  In short, our members are academically successful, desirable candidates for post graduate employment, and are dedicated to being active in our community. Our organizations strive to exemplify the core values that have long characterized our internationally renowned University. Through Leadership, Integrity, and Selfless Service our members help to advance the reputation of the University of which we have the privilege of attending. We invite you to explore the opportunity the unique experience of being a member in one of our chapters provides. Signups for recruitment will begin June 1st and can be accessed below. If you are a parent, incoming freshman, student, or simply someone wanting to learn more about our organization please do not hesitate to contact me at the email address provided below. 


God Bless, Go Greek, and Gig 'Em Aggies, 


Logan Joseph Weissler

IFC President 



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