Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council is a governing body of 23 fraternity chapters at UNC. The IFC promotes the development of fraternity men, providing numerous leadership opportunities, friendships and more. It is the largest men's organization on campus.

The four core values are scholarship, campus involvement, brotherhood and philanthropy. Many chapters were founded before 1900, and the IFC takes tradition very seriously. 

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Greeks serve the Chapel Hill community

For 10 years, DKE sponsors professorship Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is dedicated to keeping UNC at the top of its academic game. In 2000, Edward “Tee” Baur, an alumnus of Delta Kappa Epsilon, began fundraising efforts to create the Delta Kappa Epsilon Distinguished Professorship, which established a chair endowed by the fraternity to be awarded to an outstanding member of the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences.