"Empowering the OSU Greek community to strive for individual and organizational excellence." -The Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life Mission Statement We provide programs and resources to... Advocate and faciliate multiculutral competence development Provide leadership development programs Advise the community governing councils and Greek organizations Partner with OSU and external stakeholders Provide academic and retention reports List of Greek Organizations View list of Greek organizations at Oregon State University Map of Housed Organizations View map of housed fraternities and sororities at Oregon State University.
We are located in Snell Hall, Rooms 431-433. The office is on the fourth floor level, through the Jefferson Street entrance.
Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life
Oregon State University
Snell Hall, Rooms 433 B,C,&D
Corvallis, OR 97331
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 - 11:30 a.m.; 12:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Telephone: (541) 737-5432 (main office)
Fax: (541) 737-3661
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View list of Greek organizations at Oregon State University
View map of housed fraternities and sororities at Oregon State University.
Bob Kerr (Contact regarding Unified Greek Council and Panhellenic Council, and Independant Organizations)
Coordinator of Greek Life (Advisor to Panhellenic Council)
Snell Hall, Room 433B
Richard AK Arquette (Contact regarding Interfraternity Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council)
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Advisor to Interfraternity Council)
Snell Hall, Room 433C&D
We are the governing body of fraternities at Oregon State. In total there are 19 fraternities ranging from 25 to 120 members. IFC works to coordinate these fraternities, recruit new members and ensure the member chapters are successful and good student enviroments.
IFC Exec is a group of men who are tasked with leading the IFC Community. Elections for these executive positions take place each fall. Each IFC Chapter can have a maximum of two representatives on this executive committee at one time. If you're interested in learning more about taking up one of these positions,contact the IFC President and the current holder of this position to start some discussions about how the position currently operates and how you could improve it!
IFC is composed of 19 chapters which provide a rich experience of philanthropy, leadership, academic success, networking, service, and (of course) brotherhood. IFC chapters are generally housed, offering the traditional perception of a fraternity in that sense. Some chapters have been at Oregon State for over a hundred years, and others have re-started or chartered here in recent years. Membership sizes vary from the twenties to over 100, and all offer their own unique sense of brotherhood within the general IFC community.