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Interfraternity Council


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The Interfraternity Council at ETSU is the governing body of five social fraternities. The council regulates formal recruitment for the fraternities and serves as a judiciary board in case any problems between fraternities arise. The council keeps a constitution and a set of bylaws that, if necessary, can be amended with new legislation during weekly meetings held each semester.


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The Interfraternity Council Executive Board is made up of the following men:


Executive Vice President

Vice President of Administrative Affairs

Vice President of Risk Management

Vice President of Recruitment


If you need to call attention to a student of concern, please review information about ETSU's CARE Report.

If you wish to submit a complaint, infraction, or incident regarding a fraternity or sorority click here.



At the IFC Maple Street Housing Update meeting on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 ETSU announced it was ending University recognition of new off fraternity housing effective July 1, 2018 with existing homes phased out over a multi-year period.

 The only two homes with agreements in place by to that time and that are currently recognized by ETSU are Sigma Chi fraternity at 734 West Maple and Beta Upsilon Chi at 719 West Maple. These are the only two homes/off campus addresses that will be listed on the ETSU FSL website and the only homes where any university related including but not limited to recruitment events or registered social events will be recognized.

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