Quote of the Day
Fraternities have moved away from their roots of purely academic organizations such as literary societies. However, academics are at the core of a fraternity's mission. You will find that graduation rates, retention, and GPA's are higher among those who seek to make fraternity part of their college experience.
A Letter from the President
Hello, and welcome to the home of the Interfraternity Council at Grand Valley State University. Among above exceptional opportunities to learn and develop as a student, Grand Valley State University offers students the opportunity to grow and develop as individuals and members of their communities. Student Life at GVSU is strong, and continues to grow stronger with each new class of students joining our community. Among the incredible Student Life opportunities our campus offers, the Fraternity and Greek systems stand among the strongest and most influential. However, this is not contained to only our campus; Fraternity life has shaped countless men into leaders across the nation for over 150 years, and we aim to continue that tradition within our Fraternal system.
Our Interfraternity Council at GVSU includes 9 chapters and 2 colonies, who include every top of undergraduate collegiate men in order to achieve success both during their college experience, and for the rest of their lives. Our chapters all work tirelessly to achieve academic success, raise money for philanthropic efforts, and prepare themselves to make an impact on their communities upon their graduation from GVSU. The Interfraternity Council stands by these chapters and colonies and offers Support, Guidance, and Structure to allow these men and their organizations to reach their maximum potential.
The Interfraternity Council Executive Board consists of 7 positions, each of which performs a crucial role in the effectiveness of our fraternal system, in order for our community to flourish with its full potential. Over the next year, our board will work tirelessly to strive for success and growth in our community, and to continue the traditions of excellence within the fraternal system at Grand Valley State University. It is with great pride and happiness that I welcome you all to Grand Valley State University and the IFC! Please feel free to contact me for more information, and thank you again for visiting us!
Page last modified February 25, 2014