The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing council for its three member fraternities on campus. The IFC is the campus-based council which falls under the North-American Interfraternity Conference. The specific purposes of the IFC are to; establish and administer rules governing recruitment and general oversight of fraternities, encourage scholastic achievement, cooperation and harmony of its members, promote the best interest of the University of Michigan-Flint, promote and maintain university spirit and loyalty which will transcend an individual fraternity's ambitions, and provide services and additional support to its member chapters.
The three IFC fraternities are:
Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Theta Chi Fraternity

Fraternity Information Session

Meet us and learn about joining a fraternity!

  • Recruitment Check List
  • Meet the Greeks
  • Sign up for recruitment
  • Complete Greek 101
  • Attend Recruitment Event


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Recruitment Registration

Recruitment Check List

  • Complete Greek 101
  • Sign up for Recruitment
  • Attend Recruitment Events

Recruitment Schedule - Fall 2018 - September 10th - 21st
Fraternity Info Session
September 10th 6pm-8pm in the Michigan Rooms
Learn more about fraternity life and meet members from each of the three IFC fraternities on campus.

Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity

more information on Alpha Sigma Phi events contact:
President: Robert Swager
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
For more information on Kappa Sigma event contact:
President: Nick Flynn
Theta Chi Fraternity
For more information on Theta Chi events contact:
President: Hunter Whitworth

Executive Board


President: Marcus Williams - Alpha Sigma Phi

Vice President of Communications: Scott Huang - Theta Chi

Vice President of Recruitment: Killian Howard-Latham - Theta Chi

Vice President of Finance: Anthony Kline - Kappa Sigma 

Greek 101

Greek 101 is an information session for anyone who is interested in joining a fraternity or sorority or simply learning more about fraternity and sorority life. This session will provide an overview of the commitment and responsibilities expected of a student who joins a fraternity or sorority, including the financial obligations, academic requirements, and various policies.  Anyone looking to join a fraternity or sorority needs to complete a Greek 101 before formally accepting a membership bid.

Sign up on Blackboard today! Just click on the Organizations tab, search Greek 101 and sign up. Then look in your notifications and follow the steps!

If you have any issues or questions, contact the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office