Interfraternity Council records, 1935-2001
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Brief Description: Records of the Interfraternity Council at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (#2017-5) include the organization's constitution and bylaws (1963), amendments to the constitution (1964), and numerous IFR publications, including information about Greek life at RPI, rules for rushing, details about RPI fraternities, maps showing their locations, and related information.
Held at:
Institute Archives and Special Collections
Phone: 518 276 8340
Email: lib-archives [at] rpi.edu
Created by: Interfraternity Council
Volume: 0.4 Linear Feet
Biographical Note for Interfraternity Council : The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at Rensselaer, established in 1916, was created to help connect different fraternities across campus. Each chapter elects delegates, who meet and discuss various Greek topics, and vote on decisions. The IFC established the committee’s constitution and rush rules, and overlooks decisions on fraternity applications, should a fraternity want to join the council. The IFC aims to build relationships between individual fraternity chapters through inter-fraternity league sports, fundraisers, social events, and other activities.
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Related Materials: 1980-23, 1988-12, and 1990-13.