A fraternity is a group of men who are a part of a brotherhood built on shared aspirations, values, and goals that commit to each other for life. These members share common knowledge, efforts and friendship. Fraternities help young men cultivate leadership skills and gain a sense of social identity. Fraternities allow students to meet others through social events, service projects, recruitment events and intramural sports.
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The Interfraternity Council (IFC) aims to advance fraternities on campus and provide interfraternity leadership to the entire community. IFC promotes the highest ideals of scholarship, leadership, service and brotherhood among its member organizations.
Social Responsibility Director
Civic Engagement Director
Joining a fraternity can feel like a pretty anxious process because you don’t know what to expect. Maybe you have seen the Hollywood depiction of fraternity life or you have listened to the news stories that have come out about the fraternity experience at other institutions across the country? We can promise you that Hollywood exaggerates everything and that the news stories you have heard do not depict all fraternal communities. Our goal at UW Oshkosh is, through the fraternity recruitment process, to give you a glimpse into the fraternity experience on our campus. Our fraternities are dedicated to excellence in all areas of their lives – scholarship, service, leadership, and respect for all. We want to be as transparent as possible to all interested male-identified students and their families/friends about who we are and what values are important to us.