Spring 2019 Recruitment
January 13-18, 2019 Please note that the IFC recruitment structure has changed for Spring 2019. Refer to the recruitment page for further instruction.
Each semester, members of the Florida Greek community
strive to advance the University of Florida and Gainesville
area communities through service and philanthropy.
Members of the Interfraternity Council have historically held
some of the highest leadership positions and honors on campus.
A Message From Our President
The Boys from Old Florida since 1884, fraternities at the University of Florida have played an integral role in creating much of the rich history and tradition that make our university the world-class institution that it is today. Through high standards of character and integrity, fraternities have fostered and influenced the development and growth of many of today’s most prominent leaders and visionaries, both during their time in Gainesville and long after they have left the university. Our fraternity alumni have achieved incredible success in all aspects of life, from the Capitol to the playing field and everything in between.
Our current members continue to set the highest standards of leadership, service, scholarship, and dedication to the University of Florida community. Today, fraternities at the University of Florida continue many of the traditions that have led to our proud legacy, while working to create a vision for future success for generations to come. On behalf of the 2,500+ members of the Interfraternity Council, I would like to welcome you to our website. Please take the opportunity to explore what makes the University of Florida IFC one of the nation’s largest and most successful fraternity councils, while ensuring that it is and always will be great to be a Florida Gator.
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As President, it is my responsibility to ensure that our 24 men's Greek fraternities continue to stand as prominent organizations on our campus and within our community. As the liaison between our chapters and the school, I work daily with sorority and fraternity affairs, university administration, and various leaders on campus to do all that I can to move our community forward. Lastly, I oversee the IFC executive board, ensuring that we function in the most efficient way that supports our nearly 3,000 undergraduate members.
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Michael PeilExecutive Vice President
As Executive Vice President, I oversee IFC chapters in the Greek Conduct Process, ensure that IFC philanthropies adhere to the ARB Constitution, and maintain the IFC Constitution and By-Laws.
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Nikhil PatelVice President of Operations
As Vice President of Operations, my duties involve overseeing the proper function of; Scholarship, Philanthropy, Service, Intramurals, Diversity, Educational Programming, Public Relations, and Information Technology within the council. Appointing and overseeing the Interfraternity Council Directors and Assistant Directors. Educating new members on the four pillars that govern our council. In addition, I serve as the liaison between the Office for Sorority and Fraternity Affairs and the IFC community regarding special events and programming.
Tony EmmettVice President of Membership
As the Vice President of Membership, it is my duty to advise chapters in year-round recruitment strategies, organize fall and spring rush, and ensure that IFC chapters maintain an exceptional retention rate.
Graham BooneVice President of Finance
As Vice President of Finance, I oversee the approval of the budget, as well as monitor the collection of dues and the appropriation of our funds for the calendar year.
Rand DorneyVice President of Administrative Affairs
As Vice President of Administrative Affairs, I am in charge of overseeing communications between the IFC executive board and UF administration, the UF Greek community, and the general Gainesville community.
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