Welcome to the Oregon State Interfraternity Council Website


The Interfraternity Council (IFC) represents all male housed fraternities here at Oregon State. This site serves as the central location for information about the benifits of Greek Life and how to sign up for fraternity recruitment. For more information about fraternities, Check out the Parents & Prospective Members section of our website, specifically the Recruitment Pages or contact IFC.


Apply to IFC!

Interested in becoming an exec member on the InterFraternity Council? Apply below:


Applications close on October 25th at 5PM!

IFC Executive Members

  • President - Michael Conan, Sigma Chi
  • VP Judicial - Will Meier, Sigma Chi
  • VP Regulations - Matt Weiss, Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Treasurer - Harrison Manning, Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • VP Public Relations - Thuy Tran, Phi Delta Theta
  • VP Education - Christian Faria, Lambda Chi Alpha
  • VP Recruitment Marketing - Alec Petersen, Lambda Chi Alpha
  • VP Recruitment Programming- Erik Beatty, Phi Gamma Delta
  • VP Community Service - Jake Wallach, Delta Upsilon
  • VP Scholarship - Tim Meier, Sigma Alpha Epsion
  • Secretary - Joey Spiegelberg, Sigma Alpha Epsilon

"My goals are to lead IFC to facilitate the growth and progress of the Greek community through the reinvestment of the Unviersity and innovative work of the Executive Council. By providing resources and leading efforts for recruitment, public relations, and educational programming, I intend to steer the Greek culture at Oregon State towards a sustainable path that develops students into leaders rooted in Fraternal values. As the Interfraternity Council, we will be working to provide every opportunity possible for our Greek chapters to grow and succeed academically, operationally, and socially." - Michael Conan 

Fraternity Facts

  • There are over 9 million Greek members nationally. 
  • Of the nation’s 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by fraternity men.
  • 76% of all Congressmen and Senators belong to a fraternity.
  • Every U.S. President and Vice President, except two in each office, born since the first social fraternity was founded in 1825 have been members of a fraternity.
  • A U.S. Government study shows that over 70% of all those who join a fraternity/sororitiy graduate, while under 50% of all non-fraternity/sorority persons graduate.
  • Less than 2% of an average college student’s expenses go toward fraternity dues. (U.S. Office of Education).
  • Over 85% of the student leaders on some 730 campuses are involved in the Greek community.