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Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Joining a fraternity is one of the best ways to become involved on campus and also in the community. The Greek system here at UL Lafayette strongly promotes leadership, loyalty, respect, friendship and, of course, brotherhood. By joining a fraternity, you will gain lifelong friendships with others who have chosen to become Greek as well. By becoming Greek, I have excelled tremendously, both socially and academically. I can say joining a fraternity was one of the best decisions I have ever made, and I hope you will do the same.

I know that you will enjoy everything that Greek life has to offer. The experience will not only enrich your college career, but also help shape your future in order for you to be successful. I am glad that you have chosen to join the Ragin' Cajun community and I am looking forward to meeting you next semester.

-  Interfraternity Council President
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Brandon Abbott
Sophomore
Civil Engineering
Dallas, Texas
Eta Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity
IFC President
   
 
Ross Allbritton
Sophomore
Mass Communications
Mandeville, LA
Lambda Psi Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity
IFC Vice President of Programming

 

Nick Chiappetta
Junior
Marketing
Metarie, LA
Kappa Alpha Order
IFC Vice President of Communications

 

"Greek life, as well as the Keg (RIP), has given me the opportunity to join an organization that has shaped me into the young man I am today. The greatest joy I've received out of Greek life is the comradeship I found with the other men of my Order."

 
 
Rex Jones
Senior
Finance
Lafayette, LA
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
IFC Vice President of Finance

 

"Going Greek has brought out leadership skills I thought I never had. It has also made me a better man by working various community service projects, raising money for charities, and challenging myself to be better than I was yesterday so I can be a positive representation of my fraternity and my university."