Interfraternity Council

"The Fraternity Way at GW"

IFC REGISTRATION | SPRING 2020 

 

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Each fraternity is devoted to the promotion of friendship, academic excellence, athletics, and community service. While the GW campus has changed dramatically over the years, many Greek traditions continue to hold steadfast. Some of these traditions include Greek Week and campus-wide community service projects.

Fraternities foster friendships and provide opportunities to socialize through the hosting of social events such as chapter retreats, mixers, date parties and formals. As you learn more about the fraternity system you will come to realize that every chapter has an important role in making life as a GW student more exciting, enjoyable and successful. Any chapter in the Interfraternity Council (IFC) will offer numerous opportunities for friendship, campus involvement, leadership and the development of essential skills. We hope that you are interested in learning about the traditions of fraternity life and helping to keep them alive.

The Interfraternity Council of the George Washington University was founded for the purposes of promoting fraternity life and providing a forum for the discussion of issues that affect fraternities and their members. Since 1858, fraternities at GW have come together under the common bond of brotherhood to improve campus life and GW's surrounding neighborhood.

All 16 IFC fraternities at The George Washington University are governed by the Interfraternity Council. While these chapters have different histories, distinguishing characteristics, members, and personalities, they share the central tenets of all fraternal organizations: scholarship, service, active leadership, accountability and community.

 

 

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The IFC invites you to explore its 15 fraternities which includes its newest addition (Tau Kappa Epsilon) by clicking the links below.

Alpha Sigma Phi  
President: Corday Cruz
Recruitment: Jad Dabliz
Chapter Website
 
 
Beta Theta Pi
President: Shalin Bhatt
Recruitment: Barley Fields
Chapter Website
 
 
 
     
 
President: Xavier Adomatis
Recruitment: Jack Eaton
 
Delta Sigma Phi
President: Jackson Williams
Recruitment: Benjamin Shovers
Chapter Website
     
 
President: William Copeland
Recruitment: Julian Baker
 
President: Rheise Berro
Recruitment: Evan Smith
     
 
Kappa Sigma
President: Nick Needham
Recruitment: Robert Mathern
 
     
 
Phi Sigma Kappa
President: Cameron Saad
RecruitmentSteven Brunetto
 
Pi Kappa Alpha
President: Andrew Galant
RecruitmentJonny Campo
     
Pi Kappa Phi  
HQ Expansion Consultant:
Chapter Website
Engage | Facebook
COMING FALL 2019
Read: Community Announcement
 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
President: Deyvid Vasilev
RecruitmentNeil Hartnet
     
 
Sigma Chi
President: Ethan Thomas
RecruitmentMax Weiser
National Website   
Chapter Website
 
Sigma Nu
President: Austen Steinberg
Chapter Website
     
TKE  
President: Mark Detlor
RecruitmentTaylor Nathonson
 
President: Ben Warren
RecruitmentMax Kreinces
Chapter Website
     
     
     
     
    * Associate/Provisional Chapter
A newly joined member of the 
IFC, awaiting formal recognition 
(via a Charter) from their 
National/
International Organization
     
FUTURE EXPANSIONS    
Phi Kappa Psi   FIJI
Phi Kappa Psi
HQ Expansion Consultant: N/A
National Website
Chapter Website
Engage | Facebook
COMING SPRING 2020
Read: Community Announcement
 
Phi Gamma Delta
HQ Expansion Consultant: N/A
National Website
Chapter Website
Engage | Facebook
COMING SPRING 2021
Read: Community Announcement
     
Sigma Phi Epsilon    
Sigma Phi Epsilon
HQ Expansion Consultant: N/A
National Website
Chapter Website
Engage | Facebook
COMING SPRING 2022
Read: Community Announcement
   
     

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From the Desk of the IFC President

On behalf of everyone, welcome to GW and we hope to see you soon!

Governance Councils

The Fraternity & Sorority Life community at GW consists of 39 fraternities and sororities that belong to 4 different councils and a leadership honor society for its members.