Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council at Grand Valley State University is comprised of eight member organizations that abide by the rules and expectations of the IFC Constitution. Member chapters of The IFC participate in Formal IFC Recruitment, Greek Week, and all Fraternity & Sorority Life activities. IFC is the student-led governing body that supports and unifies the fraternities and communicates with the larger GVSU and Allendale community to promote a positive image for fraternity life on campus. On this page, you will find the registration for Fall 2022 IFC Recruitment, which will begin on September 6, 2022 as well as more information about each of our chapters. For any questions regarding IFC at GVSU, contact Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life and IFC Advisor, Jeremy Paul, at [email protected]

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IFC Fraternity Recruitment Registration

Grand Valley State University is home to eight Interfraternity Council organizations that will be recruiting new members this fall.┬áPlease complete this registration form to receive updates and important information regarding fraternity recruitment. Registration for fraternity recruitment is free of charge, however, it is required by the Office of Student Life. If you have any questions, please reach out to Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Jeremy Paul, at [email protected].

* denotes a required field

IFC Fraternity Recruitment Registration





Mandatory Hazing Prevention Course

To be eligible to register and participate in IFC Recruitment, you must first complete the 45-minute Hazing Prevention 101™ Course - College Edition was developed in partnership with HazingPrevention.Org and leading hazing prevention academicians to provide evidence-based, best practices that teach you how to recognize, prevent and report hazing. Follow the following steps:

  1. Visit GVSU Prevent Zone
  2. Register for Hazing Prevention 101™ Course - College Edition
    1. First & Last Name
    2. GVSU email & create password
    3. Select your classification
    4. Organization Type – Potential New Member
    5. Organization Name – IFC Recruitment
    6. Submit!!!
    7. Upload your “Certificate of Completion”

Academic Record Release

I understand that to apply for recruitment I must be a regularly enrolled, full-time student in good standing with Grand Valley State University. Each fraternity has its own GPA requirement for consideration for membership. The minimum among our groups is a 2.5 cumulative for all current GVSU students (some groups have a higher GPA requirement). First-term freshmen and transfer students are exempt from this requirement. No graduate students may participate.

I hereby authorize Grand Valley State University Office of Student Life to release my academic record to the GVSU Interfraternity Council to verify my academic eligibility. 

I understand that my grade point average may affect a fraternity's decision to offer me a bid, I have reviewed the minimum requirements for the community, and I make the decision to continue this application.

Academic Record Release *


List of Active Fraternities

Alpha Epsilon Pi - Delta Gamma Chapter

Founded at New York University in 1913 by Charles C. Moskowitz. The fraternity has more than 186 active chapters across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, Australia, and Israel, and has initiated more than 102,000 members. Although the fraternity is based upon Jewish principles, it is non-discriminatory and is open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values.

Founded Nationally: November 7th, 1913

Founded at GVSU: December 12th, 2018


Alpha Tau Omega - Kappa Lambda Chapter

Founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865, Alpha Tau Omega or "ATO" for short, has 250 active and inactive chapters and colonies. Nationally, ATO has initiated over 250,000 members since their founding. 

Founded Nationally: September 11th, 1865

Founded at GVSU: September 26th, 2009


Delta Tau Delta - Iota Upsilon Chapter

Founded at Bethany College in 1858, Delta Tau Delta or "Delt" for short, has 133 active chapters. Nationally, Delta Tau Delta has initiated over 170,000 members. 

Founded Nationally: January 1st, 1858 

Founded at GVSU: April 13th, 2013


Pi Kappa Phi - Epsilon Beta Chapter

Pi Kappa Phi is a national men's fraternity founded on leadership in 1904 at College of Charleston. Who are now 120,000 strong, & on more than 187 campuses.

Founded Nationally: December 10th, 1904

Founded at GVSU: April 28th, 1979


Pi Lambda Phi - Michigan Beta Alpha Chapter

 Pi Lambda Phi is a social fraternity with 145 chapters (44 active chapters/colonies). The fraternity was founded in 1895 at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. 

Founded Nationally: March 21st, 1895 

Founded at GVSU: March 2020


Phi Gamma Delta - Gamma Rho Chapter

Founded at Jefferson College in 1848, Phi Gamma Delta or "FIJI" for short, has 158 active chapters. Nationally, FIJI has initiated over 170,000 members. 

Founded Nationally: May 1st, 1848

Founded at GVSU: October 22nd, 2016


Sigma Pi - Theta Rho Chapter

Founded at Vincennes University in 1897, Sigma Pi or "Sig Pi" for short, has 124 active chapters. Nationally, Sigma Pi has initiated over 100,000 members. 

Founded Nationally: February 26th, 1897 

Founded at GVSU:  February 26th, 2005


Theta Chi - Iota Gamma Chapter

Founded at Norwich University in 1856, Theta Chi has 153 active chapters. Nationally, Theta Chi has initiated over 184,000 members. 

Founded Nationally: April 10th, 1856

Founded at GVSU: April 29th, 2000

Fraternity & Sorority Life is a part of the Office of Student Life, which is a department of the Division of Student Affairs of Grand Valley State University.



Page last modified June 21, 2022