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Meet Our Interfraternity Council

The fraternities have elected members for the upcoming years Interfraternity Council, who are excited and ready to begin, and who we want you to meet! First, lets start with the basics: What is Interfraternity Council (IFC)?

  • Interfraternity Council serves as the public relations liaison between the Fraternity and Sorority community, Montana State University, and the community at large. The purpose of IFC is to promote interfraternal relationships through discussion and cooperation, promote scholastic achievement, and to promote responsible involvement within the community and MSU. They establish policies and discipline Fraternities using a Judicial Board based upon these policies.

So, who is on IFC? Let us tell you!

President: Joel Pratt

JoelFraternity: Alpha Gamma Rho

Year in School: Senior

Major: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Hometown: Miles City, MT

Favorite part of being in a Fraternity: “The opportunities that fraternity life provides me. These opportunities are unmatched by any other organization I have seen on this campus.”

Vice President: Erik Enselmen

ErikFraternity: Pi Kappa Alpha

Year in School: Senior

Major: Business Management

Hometown: Seattle, WA

Favorite part about being in a Fraternity: “The friendships with my brothers and the connections I have developed. I have met so many successful people and I strive to hold myself to higher standards to be a leader on campus.”

Sergeant at Arms: John Perrodin

johnFraternity: Sigma Chi

Year in School: Senior

Major: Civil Engineering

Hometown: Havre, MT

Favorite part about being in a Fraternity: “The experience of being part of something larger than myself”

Recruitment: Chris Castagnola

chris

Fraternity: Kappa Sigma

Year in School: Junior

Major: University Studies

Hometown: Alamo, California

Favorite part about being in a Fraternity: “I like being in an elite school organization that holds so much responsibility, such as endless acts of community service and our desire to achieve the greatest scholarship and school recognition that we can.”

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