The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a self-governed student organization at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The IFC consists of 28 member chapters and over 2,000 undergraduate men. The IFC council works closely with the University and chapter leadership to promote brotherhood, academic excellence, health and wellness, racial awareness, community service, and philanthropy.
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What is IFC?
Fraternities Give Back
Every year, hundreds of children dress up in costumes and come to the Langdon Street neighborhood for Trick or Treat with the Greeks. Children are assigned to a group, lead by a Greek student guide, and walk from one chapter house to next while engaging in activities along the way. With the help of the Boys & Girls Club of Madison, Greek chapters work together to plan festive activities such as cookie decorating, bobbing for apples, decorating one another as mummies and much more!