Welcome to the Auburn Interfraternity Council Page!
The mission of the Auburn University Interfraternity Council is to govern, to serve, to represent, and to promote, with the highest standard of integrity, its member fraternities. We exist as a resource to facilitate the growth and development of fraternity men in the areas of personal and fraternal responsibility, leadership, scholastic achievement, civic engagement, and brotherhood.
A Letter from the IFC President…
My name is Spencer Dunn and I have the privilege of serving as Auburn University’s Interfraternity Council President this year. Auburn’s fraternity community started in 1878 with the founding of our first chapter, and it has since grown to provide one of the nation’s strongest Greek experiences for 26 chapters and over 3000 men. Our council has a remarkable history of producing influential leaders: our alumni include CEOs, politicians, Board of Trustees members, church pastors, and so many more. This is all due to the emphasis we place on compassion-driven service. Service to our community is central to what it means to be a Greek man and is something that doesn’t stop at graduation. You can distinguish an Auburn fraternity man by the positive impact he has on those around him.
To the prospective student, joining our Greek Community could very well be the best decision you make in your 4 years at Auburn. You will enter into a network that you can leverage to succeed in school or even find your eventual career. You will meet other men who are motivated to become better versions of themselves and will hold you accountable to do the same. But most importantly, you will step into lifelong friendships which you will carry beyond your time at Auburn.
To the prospective parent, a major focus of our executive board this year is to work with chapter presidents to make sure that each fraternity, and ultimately each brother is living up to the high standards of what it means to be an Auburn Man. While we are far from perfect, we work hard to ensure your son is not only safe in our community but also welcome.
To the current Auburn fraternity man, I charge you to consider your values. Whether those be found in your faith, your fraternity, or both, I encourage you to walk each day with purpose knowing that you represent Greek Life, your fraternity, and ultimately yourself. The world is in need of strong men with high character, and I am a firm believer that Auburn’s fraternity system is one of the biggest answers to this need.
With any questions, please reach out to me at email@example.com. I’d love to connect with you and address any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.
Spencer Dunn, 2023 IFC President