The purpose of the IFC is:
- To serve as the governing and legislative body of all member fraternities at New York University under the jurisdiction of the Inter-Greek Council of New York University.
- To maintain a positive rapport with our University and foster cohesion among fraternities at New York University.
- To maintain a high plane of fraternity life and inter-fraternity relationship or with our university.
- To cooperate with the University Administration and Faculty in fostering and maintaining high social and academic standards.
- To represent IFC and fraternity interests in all matters involving the general welfare of the New York University.
- To adjudicate violations of the IFC statutes.
The Four Pillars
The Council seeks to help its member fraternities strive to uphold NYU Greek Life's Four Pillars: Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Friendship.
IFC ensures that every fraternity remains dedicated to achieving academic excellence and professional success for its members.
The Council offers fraternity men the opportunity to hold leadership roles on the executive board, providing a leadership experience through which students can make a significant impact on the NYU community.
IFC also provides numerous resources and opportunities in the way of service work to benefit not only the NYU community, but the NYC community and beyond.
Finally, the IFC strives to promote brotherhood within chapters and within the Greek community on the whole by hosting Interfraternity brotherhood social programming and various athletic contests.