The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a self-governing body made of representatives from each UMSL Fraternity: Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Pi, and Sigma Tau Gamma. Since its inception, IFC has worked towards providing opportunities for member organizations to develop the academic, leadership, social, and professional skills of UMSL's fraternity men. 

How to Join

 

Benefits of Membership

Fraternities are not just social groups. They are values-based organizations dedicated to providing opportunities for their members to develop the academic, leadership, social, and professional skills they will need to be successfully beyond their collegiate years. Members are challenged to reach new levels of personal development and enhance their UMSL experience.

Interfraternity Council Chapters

At UMSL we have three chapters that are members of the Interfraternity Council: Alpha Sigma Phi (Alpha Sig), Sigma Pi, and Sigma Tau Gamma (Sig Tau). The average size for our IFC fraternities is around 20/30 members giving most members a chance to take on leadership roles within the chapter. 

  • Alpha Sigma Phi (Theta Nu chapter)
  • Sigma Pi (Delta Zeta chapter)
  • Sigma Tau Gamma (Gamma Theta chapter)