The Interfraternity Council at Robert Morris University exists to develop and maintain fraternity life and Interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. The annual goals of the IFC are as follows:
A. Enhance the quality of student life and maintain the highest standards of collegiate fraternalism.
B. Conribute to the education and personal develop of members.
C. Provide structured opportunities for self-governance.
D. Serve as a vehicle to involve students in service to the University and in the community.
E. Insure cooperation between the general fraternities and to abide by the Robert Morris University Mission Statement.
F. Set the standards and regulate activities of the men's fraternities in accordance with the IFC and University policy and by the applicable laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
National Interfraternity Council Commission on Values and Ethics
We, as fraternity, believe in the development of the human spirit. The primary process by which the human spirt is developed is through the relationships we share with one another, ourselves, and with God. These relationships are the essence of our identity. It is through fraternity with others that we know who we are. The absence of positive relationships, not the absence of things and events, is a primary source of unhappiness. The fraternity is essentially making one statement: We believe in developing the human spirit. It is through the values expressed in our ritual that we share this belief. It is through our actions that we examplify this belief.
An executive board of officers is elected each year to oversee the activities of the member organizations. IFC holds weekly meetings during the academic year, oversees the membership recruitment process, and coordinates educational, service and community building activities.
Brandon Long - Phi Delta Theta Fraternity - firstname.lastname@example.org
The President is the leader of the Council and is responsible to serve as the chief student representative of the fraternity community to the univeristy and surrounding community. The IFC President serves as the chairman of all council meetings, appoints all regular and special committees and members, and provides leadership to ensure the implementation of the mission and vision of both the Council and University.
Brandon Locke - Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity - email@example.com
The Vice President is primarily responsible for the coordination of RMU's fraternity recruitment programs. Duties include assisting in planning the recruitment schedule, working with the university in the publication of recruitment related materials, coordinating Fraternity Recruitment activities throughout the year, and providing informal recruitment training for chapter Recruitment Chairman. The Vice President also serves as the Chairman of the FIPG Risk Management Committee and sees to its enforcement.
Tom DeGory - Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Treasurer is responsible for all financial matters of the IFC. He is responsible for the collection of dues and fines. The Treasurer is the Chairman of the Fundraising Committee and the Athletic Commitee.
Ray Watsula - Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity - email@example.com
The Secretary is responsible for all correspondence and for the recording and distribution of minues of all council meetings. The Secretary also serves as Chief Justice and the Chairman of the Judicial Board when such matters arise.
Andrew Beal - Phi Delta Theta Fraternity - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scholarship Chair is responsible for coordinating any council-wide scholarship programs with fraternity members and providing programming on study skills, tutoring, and time management.