Welcome to the Interfraternity Council Website

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Howdy! First off, I'd like to welcome you to the official website of the Texas A&M Interfraternity Council (IFC). My name is Garrett Nerren and it is an honor and privilege to serve as the President of IFC for the 2013-2014 school year. IFC is the governing student-run body of 18 fraternities at Texas A&M University. IFC has a long and proud history of promoting excellence on and off campus and significant strides have been taken to become one of the preeminent student organizations at Texas A&M University.


Greek Life at Texas A&M is growing by the year, and there has never been a more exciting time to go Greek, especially as we continue to make our incredible transition into the SEC. College is a time of choices. Attending a renowned public institution with over 50,000 students and countless student organizations can be overwhelming. Each year, hundreds of men make the choice to become a part of something bigger than themselves and join a fraternity at Texas A&M University. By doing so, these men gain an education outside the classroom that is incomparable to any other student group on campus. IFC seeks to promote areas such as personal development, academic excellence, community service, leadership development and interpersonal skills. IFC allows students to network with other students and faculty in order to find their place at Texas A&M and get involved. If you are interested in learning more about joining a fraternity, please visit the Recruitment page.

True Aggie Greeks embrace the fact that we are Aggies first and Greeks second. An Aggie Greek is one who represents the Aggie Spirit and displays the qualities of being a true Aggie by living a moral life of selfless service. Aggies emphasize the importance of succeeding academically, giving back to the community and being leaders, all of which are characteristics promoted through the individual fraternities that make up the IFC.

We take tremendous pride and responsibility in our philanthropic endeavors. Collectively, IFC chapters raise over $140,000 annually for local charities and volunteer thousands of community service hours every year in the Bryan/College Station area. Each year, IFC puts on three different philanthropic events - the IFC Golf Tournament, Greek Life Spring Break Mission Trip and the IFC vs. Corps Baseball Game. For more information about our philanthropies, please visit the Philanthropies page.

Thank you for the time you've spent visiting our website. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact a member of our Executive Board. Thanks and Gig 'Em!


Garrett Nerren ‘14

IFC President, 2013 -2014



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