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1 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL RECRUITMENT 2016

2 DEAR STUDENTS AND FAMILIES, Tyler Mincavage ON BEHALF OF THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC) HERE AT THE UNIVERSITY of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I would like to present this summer s recruitment informational packet. This packet is designed to serve as a preliminary introduction to the IFC and our recruitment process. Consisting of 24 chapters, we boast some of the most involved, respected, and driven individuals at Carolina. We stand strong behind our contributions to the community through philanthropy, we excel academically, and we remain involved in other co-curricular commitments outside of our chapters, from student government to working with various philanthropic organizations. We stand strong behind our contributions to the community through philanthropy, we excel academically, and we remain involved in other co-curricular commitments. The recruitment process can, at times, seem a bit overwhelming. As such, we, as a council, will provide open informational sessions at each Orientation Session, as well as an IFC Recruitment Kickoff on September 2nd at 8:45PM in the Agora, located in Granville Towers. In addition, enclosed at the end of this packet is a description of each IFC fraternity on campus and the recruitment chair s contact information. These individuals will act as your point of contact for their respective chapter to aid you in the recruitment process. As Vice President of Recruitment of the Interfraternity Council, I will also be at your disposal for any help or advice you may need. Should you have any questions at any time, please feel free to reach out to me at I encourage you to discover as many of our chapters as you can and to reach out to voice any questions you may have. It is my sincere hope that you come explore our community and learn more about who we are, and all that our organizations can offer you. Sincerely, TYLER MINCAVAGE Class of 2018 Vice President of Recruitment, Interfraternity Council

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 ABOUT US 3 HOW DO I JOIN? 4 FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS 5 CODE OF CONDUCT 6 PHILANTHROPY & SCHOLARSHIP 8 RECRUITMENT CALENDAR 10 MEET THE CHAPTERS 22 MAPS 24 A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT 1

4 ABOUT US MISSION STATEMENT It shall be the purpose of the IFC to: promote harmonious relations among the fraternities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; provide and act as the representative central government of the men s fraternities; promote, support, and develop the national programs of each fraternity chapter; standardize, control, and regulate the recruitment and new member activities of the men s fraternities; in no way interfere with the Instrument of Student Judicial Governance; and act as the judicial body for fraternity violations, IFC rules, or the violations that impair the Greek community. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD PRESIDENT, MORGAN PERGANDE VICE PRESIDENT OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS, JACKSON SOMERS VICE PRESIDENT OF RECRUITMENT, TYLER MINCAVAGE VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE, NELSON DOUGLAS VICE PRESIDENTS OF JUDICIAL AFFAIRS NICK GIORDANO BEN FINGERS VICE PRESIDENT OF EVENTS, MILLER DOBY VICE PRESIDENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, MATT MENGERT The Interfraternity Council serves as the governing body for the 24 member fraternities and is the largest men s organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The IFC fraternities provide an enriching niche in the overwhelming environment of a large university. IFC fraternities are a home away from home, where lasting friendships are forged and expansive alumni networks await. 2

5 HOW DO I JOIN? IFC fraternities host Formal Recruitment starting on Friday, September 2, through Tuesday, September 13. During the recruitment period, only alcohol-free events, such as dinners and low-key interactions, will take place. These events must be over by 11PM to allow for students to focus on their classes. Invitation-only events will take place later on in the rush period and fraternities will invite back those whom they wish to accept into their brotherhood. Bids will be extended on Tuesday, September 13. By Thursday, September 15 at 5PM, the men who have accepted bids from individual chapters must notify the chapter and formally accept their bid online at ifcunc.com. To participate in rush, please do the following: 1. REGISTER ONLINE FOR IFC RECRUITMENT at ifcunc.com/recruitment (required). Registration will open May 15th. 2. ATTEND THE IFC RECRUITMENT KICKOFF on Friday, September 2 at 8:45PM in the Agora, located in Granville Towers 3. RECEIVE CHAPTER RECRUITMENT CALENDARS at the Recruitment Kickoff 4. VISIT CHAPTER EVENTS Be sure to follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook Page (UNC Interfraternity Council) for all IFC-related news and updates For more information about fraternity life at UNC, visit ifcunc.com 3

6 FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS In-house dues include room charges, utilities, approximately 10 to 14 meals each week, as well as things such as leadership training, retreat costs, intramural sports, social activities, building and house improvement fees, national dues, liability insurance, and academic incentives. Out-of-house dues include the same except for rent, utilities, and possibly a limited meal plan. New member dues include the same as out-of-house member dues with a few one-time fees for initiation and dues to the national organization. As these numbers show, it is often less expensive to live in a fraternity house than on campus or in Granville Towers PROJECTED COSTS RESIDENCE HALL LIVING AVERAGE RANGE PER SEMESTER PER YEAR New member dues $1,780 $1,000-3,240 Double occupancy $2,964 $5,756 Member living in house $4,300 $1,100-5,250 Single Occupancy $3,513 $6,822 Member living out of house $2,500 $1,100-3,450 Meal plan $1,248-$2,010 $2,350 $3,740 *Does not include the four non-housed chapters GRANVILLE TOWERS LIVING Double occupancy STARTS AT $4,176 Varies depending on meal plan selection Those with the Carolina Dining Services meal plan can cancel or reduce their meal plan for a prorated refund within one week of receiving a bid with proof of Greek membership for a $50 fee. This helps defray the cost of membership the first semester of new member education in exchange for home-cooked meals at the fraternity house. If you live in Granville Towers, you are able to increase your meal plan size but cannot reduce it until the end of the semester. 4

7 CODE OF CONDUCT RISK MANAGEMENT All IFC fraternities at UNC-Chapel Hill have a risk management program that conforms to the standards of their individual national organization and complies with University policies, as well as applicable federal, state, and local laws. Additionally, the Interfraternity Council has adopted a risk management policy for their 24 member organizations. Each fraternity is also required to have a written accountability/judicial process that addresses, at a minimum, issues of hazing, alcohol and drug violations, and interpersonal violence, and the IFC maintains a standards board to hear and adjudicate matters of chapterwide misconduct. Each semester, every IFC fraternity participates in mandatory risk management training through the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Community Involvement, which covers reducing risk related to fire safety, social events, and house management. Additionally, the IFC is committed to fostering organizations that provide a positive, and safe environment for new and existing members. The IFC expressly prohibits hazing or any activity that puts a student s physical, emotional, or psychological health and safety at risk. Through the OFSL-CI, there are two ways for students, parents, faculty, staff, and community members to report incidents that are physically, emotionally, or psychologically detrimental and damage the integrity of the fraternity community. The anonymous Hazing Hotline is available in two forms: an online form available at ofslci.unc.edu and a 24- hour telephone hotline available at The Interfraternity Council Judicial Board investigates all reports of hazing thoroughly and adjudicates policy violations as appropriate. NEW MEMBER EDUCATION The IFC believes that a student s new member period, which lasts no longer than eight weeks, should be one of growth and discovery. During this period, a new member learns about the history and rituals of his fraternity, and becomes better acquainted with his fellow new members and with all of the members of his chapter. It is the hope of the Interfraternity Council that the active members of the chapter will serve as mentors by sharing experiences, offering advice, and monitoring the study habits and academic achievements of each new member. To ensure that these goals are met, the IFC maintains a Code of Conduct that outlines a set of standards to be upheld and embraced by the fraternity community, and are enforced by the IFC Judicial Board. For a full copy of the IFC Code of Conduct, please refer to ifcunc.com. To further enhance the new member education process, the IFC also hosts four mandatory new member education sessions throughout the course of each semester. These informative, engaging sessions cover a variety of topics, from drug and alcohol safety to making the most of your fraternity experience. 5

8 PHILANTHROPY & SERVICE At UNC-Chapel Hill, our IFC fraternities have cemented a precedent of excellence in improving the greater community through philanthropy and community service. Throughout the school year, our chapters work with one another to raise money for a multitude of causes, from Relay for Life and the Eve Carson Memorial Fund, to Camp Kesem and the Brothers For Habitat project. Each chapter dedicates thousands of hours each year to their own local and/or national philanthropy, including the Children s Miracle Network, the American Red Cross, and the N.C. Children s Hospital. Philanthropy and community service are longhonored traditions of our fraternity system, and we strongly encourage all new members to find personally meaningful ways to continue this tradition. 6

9 SCHOLARSHIP By joining a fraternity here at UNC, you enter an environment that nurtures academic excellence. In fact, on average, Greek students consistently perform better academically than the general student body. For the past 13 consecutive years, the All-Greek GPA has been higher than the All-University GPA. For example, for the fall 2015 semester, the All-Greek GPA was 3.3, while the All- University GPA was 3.2. Fraternity men here at UNC are no exception to this trend of Greek students strong academic performance; for the fall 2014 semester, the All-IFC GPA of 3.22 was also higher than the All-University GPA. Each chapter also has multiple programs in place, such as brother tutoring programs and academic incentives, to support those who may struggle at any point. 7

10 RECRUITMENT CALENDAR SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY New Student Convocation, FallFest st 8PM-2AM South Road, Hooker Fields AUG 14 AUG 15 AUG 16 AUG 17 Classes Begin AUG 21 AUG 22 AUG 23 AUG 24 IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM AUG 28 AUG 29 AUG 30 AUG 31 IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM Recruitment Registration on ifcunc.com closes IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM SEP 4 at 5PM SEP 5 SEP 6 SEP 7 IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Ends at 11PM Bids Extended by 11PM SEP 11 SEP 12 SEP 13 SEP 14 To register for IFC Recruitment, please visit IFCUNC.COM 8

11 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY First-Year Move-in Begins (Granville Only) Residence Halls Open Please remember that alcohol is not permitted during Formal Recruitment. AUG 18 AUG 19 AUG 20 Greek Promo Day 11AM-2PM in The Pit AUG 25 AUG 26 AUG 27 IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Kickoff 8:45PM at Agora,Granville Towers (required) Formal Recruitment Begins, Recruitment Curfew at 11PM SEP 1 SEP 2 SEP 3 IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM IFC Recruitment Curfew at 11PM SEP 8 SEP 9 SEP 10 Bids Accepted by 5PM SEP 15 SEP 16 SEP 17 9

12 MEET THE CHAPTERS With 24 member fraternities on our campus, the Interfraternity Council offers innumerable opportunities to excel academically, gain leadership training, and make the most out of your college experience here at Carolina. On the following pages, you will find a brief description of ALPHA EPSILON PI ALPHA SIGMA PHI Founded in 1937, the Omega chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi is a social and service-based Jewish fraternity open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values. Newly housed in Fraternity Court, we pride ourselves on our strong brotherhood, commitment to service, and diverse campus involvement. Our pinnacle philanthropy event is a biannual Battle of the Bands event benefiting the Gift of Life Foundation. Learn more about us at aepiunc.org. The Eta Kappa chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi is one of the largest chapters on campus. Brothers pride themselves on being active leaders on campus in service, philanthropy, and social events. The chapter s highlights include its annual golf tournament, mountain weekend, and meritbased scholarships to the general student body and potential rushees. JAMES SHEA, PRESIDENT MICHAEL TOMMER, PRESIDENT CARSON ZONE, RECRUITMENT CHAIR NOAH SOMARATNE, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 10

13 each IFC fraternity and the contact information for the president and recruitment chair. Please feel free to reach out to any chapter president or recruitment chair to learn more about their individual chapter. ALPHA TAU OMEGA BETA THETA PI Alpha Delta chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was chartered in The chapter has retained active status for 136 years. The brotherhood consists of 60 members, all of whom are involved with the University and local community through campus involvement and philanthropic activities. ATO s capstone philanthropy event is a charity golf tournament. Members of Beta Theta Pi are heavily involved in activities around campus and in the surrounding community. Brothers participate in areas ranging from writing for the Daily Tar Heel to managing the Varsity Basketball team to coaching youth sports. We are also engaged in numerous philanthropic activities supporting the N.C. Children s Hospital. RYAN LEWIS, PRESIDENT QUINTON VERCHICK, PRESIDENT ALEX HOFFMAN, RECRUITMENT CHAIR SPENCER HAZEL, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 11

14 CHI PHI CHI PSI Alpha Alpha chapter of Chi Phi was founded at the University of North Carolina in The chapter maintains a strong philanthropic presence on campus and is known for its annual Crawfish Boil in support of the Susan B. Lambeth Ovarian Cancer Fund, the Richmond Children s Hospital, and UNC s Dance Marathon. DANIEL MALTSEV, PRESIDENT COLBY JOHNSON, RECRUITMENT CHAIR Founded in 1855, Chi Psi has upheld a long tradition of excellence. The brothers pride themselves on being well-rounded individuals. We consistently achieve the top fraternity GPA and have a full social calendar. In addition to offering opportunities for social engagement, Chi Psi regularly hosts philanthropic events like the Millennium Village Fundraiser. MCKENZIE FOLAN, PRESIDENT CLARK WILLIAMSON, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 12

15 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON DELTA SIGMA PHI Delta Kappa Epsilon, the first fraternity at Carolina, colonized at UNC on April 5, DKE s philanthropy events include Habitat for Humanity, an annual charity golf tournament, as well as a spaghetti dinner each fall. DKE brothers are active in numerous campus organizations including Honor Court, the Daily Tar Heel, Varsity Football and Lacrosse, and other club and intramural sports. CHAS EGAN, PRESIDENT HUNTER ALLEN, RECRUITMENT CHAIR A lpha Delta chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was founded at the University of North Carolina in With the mission of Building Better Men, the fraternity seeks to create well-rounded, successful gentlemen. Delta Sigma Phi donates to the American Red Cross through its annual Lawn Games. Its members hold leadership positions in a variety of student organizations across campus. The brothers of Delta Sigma Phi welcome gentlemen of principle who wish to learn about what they can do to not only improve the quality of their college experience, but also to contribute selflessly to the greater good. JOSEPH WARN, PRESIDENT MARK PETERSEN, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 13

16 DELTA UPSILON KAPPA ALPHA The brothers of Delta Upsilon boast the heritage of a traditional Southern fraternity as well as one of the largest collegiate fraternity systems in the country. DU invites its members to attend leadership conferences across the country, volunteer with organizations in the community, and socialize with both UNC s Greek and non- Greek community. Upsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was founded on November 25, 1881, making it the longest continually operating chapter of KA in the country. The brothers of Upsilon chapter are involved in all aspects of campus life and dedicate themselves to their two national philanthropies: the American Red Cross and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. DAVID CUPPETT, PRESIDENT TOM CAMP, PRESIDENT WILL LAWSON, RECRUITMENT CHAIR HAYDEN VICK, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 14

17 KAPPA SIGMA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Alpha Mu chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity was founded at UNC in Since then, thousands of brothers have passed through. Currently our brothers are some of the most involved on campus. We have members pursuing nearly every major and involved in nearly every activity, including the former president of the IFC. JAY MALAK, PRESIDENT TATE OVERBEY, RECRUITMENT CHAIR Gamma Nu chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity has had a presence at the University since Our brothers take active roles in campus and fraternity life, ranging from presidents of school organizations and clubs to members of athletic teams. We excel in scholarship, campus leadership, community service, athletics, and social and special events. NOAH BERKELHAMMER, PRESIDENT CARTER HOFF, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 15

18 PHI DELTA THETA PHI GAMMA DELTA The North Carolina Beta chapter of Phi Delta Theta was established at UNC in Supported by our core values, the brothers strive to be leaders in the classroom and community. Phi Delt is currently one of the largest fraternities at UNC, with involvement in varsity sports, student government, and a variety of other student organizations. Epsilon chapter of Phi Gamma Delta prides itself on the strong ties of brotherhood that extend well beyond college. Many of our brothers are involved in campus organizations such as Ducks Unlimited, intramural and varsity sports, and the IFC. Phi Gam focuses its philanthropy on the Red Cross and fire safety awareness and promotion. SAM CLEMENTS, PRESIDENT MACLIN BATCHELOR, PRESIDENT MILLER DOBY, RECRUITMENT CHAIR SAM LILLEY, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 16

19 PI KAPPA ALPHA PI KAPPA PHI Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was founded in With well over 100 years on campus, Pi Kappa Alpha prides itself on brotherhood, scholarship, service, and athletics. The chapter is a perennial contender in campus intramurals, has brothers involved in many campus organizations, and boasts a large number of individuals in the campus professional schools. Pi Kappa Phi is a brotherhood of leaders focused on campus involvement, service to the community, and weekly social functions. Our commitment to service is exemplified by the Journey of Hope, in which brothers contributed 8,000 service hours and raised over $35,000 riding their bikes across the country to raise awareness for people with disabilities. CHRIS CONNEELY, PRESIDENT NICK GREGOR, PRESIDENT NICO SCHWARZ, RECRUITMENT CHAIR JOSH DODSON, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 17

20 PI LAMBDA PHI SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Omega Beta chapter of Pi Lambda Phi has been at UNC since Pi Lam is actively involved in the UNC and Greek communities; our philanthropic endeavors include a 3-on-3 basketball tournament and our annual Little Fraternity Court Oyster Roast. At UNC, we continue to live by the grounds on which Pi Lambda Phi was founded. DUNCAN SHERIDAN, PRESIDENT TANNER ERLEMANN, RECRUITMENT CHAIR Through campus involvement as well as a diverse and socially active group of brothers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon has established itself as a prominent fraternity at UNC. The fraternity boasts multiple Division I athletes, Morehead Scholars, Daily Tar Heel writers, and members of the Carolina Athletic Association s Cabinet. Brothers participate extensively in intramural sports and philanthropy. ANDREW PETRY, PRESIDENT TJ SCHMIDT, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 18

21 SIGMA CHI SIGMA NU Alpha Tau chapter of Sigma Chi was established in 1889 at UNC. From the initial pledge class to the current day, our chapter has been dedicated to three primary principles: friendship, justice, and learning. Annually, Sigma Chi hosts Derby Days, which raised over $35,000 for the N.C. Children s Hospital and Children s Miracle Network last year. Considered to be the first honor fraternity, Sigma Nu seeks to develop men of character who strive for excellence and are dedicated to the principles of love, honor, and truth. Founded in 1888, the Psi chapter of Sigma Nu at UNC is a brotherhood of well-rounded individuals who aim for distinction socially, academically, and in the community. FRANK WALSH, PRESIDENT DAVID VITEK, PRESIDENT ISAAC DURRINGTON, RECRUITMENT CHAIR CARSON SOUTHARD, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 19

22 SIGMA PHI SIGMA PHI EPSILON Alpha of North Carolina chapter of The Sigma Phi Society was founded in It is the newest chapter of the national organization that prides itself on being the oldest national fraternity in continuous existence. The active brotherhood is engaged in a wide variety of on- and offcampus activities ranging from Carolina Mock Trial to UNC JV Basketball to Habitat for Humanity. The Alpha is a very diverse group: geographically, representing five of the six populated continents; scholarly, with members in both the Morehead-Cain and Robertson Scholars programs; and academically, with members majoring in spheres from political science to biology. North Carolina Delta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, originally established on the UNC campus in 1921, has had a rich and prosperous history. Pursuit of the Balanced Man Ideal of Sound Mind and Sound Body is the fraternity s focus, while living out our cardinal principles of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love. JOSEPH LOPEZ, PRESIDENT CASE ALDRIDGE, RECRUITMENT CHAIR PAUL IRBY, PRESIDENT NICHOLAS BYRNE, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 20

23 ZETA BETA TAU ZETA PSI Zeta Beta Tau is the newest member of the IFC after recolonizing in Our young age and smaller size gives all new members the chance to have an instant impact on our organization and opportunities to lead. ZBT strives to be a diverse group of men committed to charity, justice, and brotherhood. Zeta Psi fraternity at UNC is the Upsilon chapter and was founded in Our primary philanthropy events include the Little Fraternity Court Oyster Roast every spring as well as the Dash in the Dark 1K in the fall. These events raise money for Relay for Life and the N.C. Children s Hospital s Play Atrium, respectively. THADDEUS BERGLUND, PRESIDENT BROOKS SIMMONS, PRESIDENT AUSTIN HAHN, RECRUITMENT CHAIR JASON HOWE, RECRUITMENT CHAIR 21

24 MAPS HOUSES ON FRANKLIN STREET & ROSEMARY STREET NORTH COLUMBIA STREET HENDERSON STREET Pi Kappa Phi Delta Upsilon EAST ROSEMARY STREET EAST FRANKLIN STREET Alpha Tau Lambda Omega Chi Alpha HILLSBOROUGH STREET 22

25 HOUSES ON COLUMBIA STREET & CAMERON AVENUE WEST FRANKLIN STREET MALLETTE STREET Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Epsilon Pi Sigma Nu Zeta Psi Pi Lambda Phi Kappa Sigma WEST CAMERON AVENUE Beta Theta Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Gamma Delta PITTSBORO STREET Sigma Chi Sigma Alpha Epsilon SOUTH COLUMBIA STREET EAST CAMERON AVENUE Delta Kappa Epsilon Chi Psi RANSOM STREET Chi Phi MCCAULEY STREET Phi Delta Theta FRATERNITY HOUSE SORORITY HOUSE 23

26 A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT Morgan Pergande Being part of a fraternity my first year not only engaged me in a dynamic variety of conversations, activities, and opportunities, but it also provided me with a strong support system in the transition to college life. Finding a comfort zone on campus is a crucial part of the first year experience, and it was assuring to know that I always had a community of great guys that would be there for me through highs and lows. As an out-ofstate student, Greek Life really plugged me into the Carolina community, by helping me make friends and build alumni relationships that will last a lifetime. Now, whenever I walk into my fraternity house, I find someone who s ready to join me in whatever endeavor I m pursing whether it s going to a UNC Lacrosse game, studying for a final in Davis library, sitting in on an interesting campus lecture, or driving to the mountains for a weekend hiking trip. Looking back at my decision to go Greek, I realize that it did more than just enhance my Carolina experience; it made me into a better man, and that s something that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. MORGAN PERGANDE 2016 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT 24

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28 OFFICE OF FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 2100 Granville Towers Lane South Campus Box 5100 Chapel Hill, NC ofslci.unc.edu To register for fall recruitment please visit IFCUNC.COM

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