Fraternity Life at the Capstone

Monday, August 15-Saturday, August 20, 2016 - IFC Meet & Greet Events

We will be hosting our IFC Meet and Greet on Monday, August 15 in the Ferguson Center Ballroom. The event will have a keynote speaker to inform potential new members on what to expect while going through recruitment. Come meet some of our IFC chapters in this causal meeting event. All chapters will be participating in the Meet and Greet, and this is a great time to learn about the many different options for Fraternity membership as well as interact with Fraternity members in a natural enviornment.

Tuesday, August 16 & Thursday, August 18, 2016 - IFC Open Houses

On Tuesday, August 16 the IFC will host a round of open house. Potential new members will be given a schedule of when to attend each house and will be guide through the round by a recruitment student advisor. On Thursday, August 18 each chapter will host an invitational open house in the afternoon-evening.

Wednesday August 17 & Saturday, August 20, 2016 - Chapter Specific Events

Chapters will be hosting individual recruitment events and activities throughout the evening. Men interested in learning about a specific chapter are encouraged to meet with those chapters at their given chapter facilities, or another designated location. For information about specific chapter events, make sure to register for IFC Recruitment (opening May 1) and look for emails to your listed "Student Email" address. These will be coming from the account.


Message From the Alabama Interfraternity Council:


On behalf of the thirty fraternity chapters that make up the Interfraternity Council, I would like to welcome you to the IFC website.

The Fraternity & Sorority Community at the University of Alabama has a tradition rich in history and campus involvement. Since the founding of the University's first chapter in 1847, the Greek system has flourished. With roughly 3,500 gentlemen currently represented in IFC fraternities and thirty-one chapters on campus, our individual members, chapters, facilities, and charitable donations are among the most premier in the nation.

Whether you are a parent, a prospective fraternity member, or currently affiliated with one of our chapters, I hope our website will answer any questions you may have. If not, please do not hesitate to contact myself, chapter presidents, chapter recruitment chairmen, or other members of the Interfraternity Council.


Matt Murray

IFC President


IFC will host informal recruitment activities Monday, August 15 - Friday, August 19, 2016. Monday's activities will be an IFC Meet and Greet with chapters representatives at Manderson Landing. This is an informal event where men interested in attending Fall Recruitment events can show their interest in a variety of fraternity chapters. The meet and greet will also have a keynote speaker to inform potiential new members on what to expect during the week of informal recruitment. IFC chapters will host recruitment events and further meet and greet events each evening beginning on August 15 until Friday August 19, 2016. If you're interested in learning more about those organizations that are part of the IFC, be sure to register for Fall Recruitment, attend the Meet and Greet on the 15th, and the open house events August 16 and 18, 2016. For more information about the IFC Recruitment process or to register for Recruitment, please refer to the recruitment tab.


Please Be Aware that men participating in IFC recruitment CANNOT move into residence halls early. The IFC does not have any formal scheduled recruitment events before the evening of August 15, 2016. Therefore, there is no need for men interested in joining a fraternity to move in early their on-campus residence hall room for recruitment events or activities.

Furthermore, chapters should not request or require that any new member or potential new member arrive on campus prior to their assigned regular move-in date.  All move-in arrangements should be made through the Office of Housing & Residential Communities.  

If you are interested in learning more about your housing options, or you are interested in scheduling a move-in date, please visit the Office of Housing & Residential Communities at or you can call their office at either (888)-498- BAMA or (205)-348-6676.



 Sigma Chi Derby Days at US Raise Funds to Help Others 

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Members of Sigma Chi fraternity, in conjunction with University of Alabama sororities, raised $25,000 to donate to Children’s Hospital of Alabama.

The UA students generated the proceeds through Derby Days, a week long series of events and competitions and through contributions by local businesses. Community Sponsors included: Chuck’s Fish, Smoke It Up Tobacco, The Balcony, The Lofts, Rounders, JNJ Apparel, Pyro’s Pizza, Crimson Smokers LLC, Renasant Bank, Nationwide Insurance, East Edge, Cahaba Veneer, Inc, Investar Real Estate Services, Inc., Secoa Technology, Welsh Wear, High Tide Bar, Hodges & Ford, Marsh, Rickard, & Bryan, P.C., Habenero’s Trussville, LLC, Tuscaloosa I, LLC, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, Capstone Hotel and Omega Financial, Inc.

According to Sigma Chi President, Hunter Ross, “The fraternity works months in advance to encourage participation and involvement to raise funds that will enable Children’s Hospital of Alabama to continue their mission of providing specialized medical care for ill and injured children.”   

Shane Autrey, Community Development Coordinator, expressed, “We are so grateful for this donation to Children’s of Alabama. It is amazing to see these young gentlemen have a successful event and meet their ambitious fundraising goals to help the children. Thank you to Sigma Chi, the sororities, The University of Alabama, and all the donors who helped contribute to Derby Days 2016.”


Sigma Chi has always donated to Children’s Hospital of Alabama, but this year the fraternity decided to make a second donation in the amount of $3,000 to the Pi Beta Phi Foundation, the philanthropy of the Derby Days sorority champion.

Derby Days Chairman, Johnny Kelley, said “We hope the contributions can go far, whether they are utilized to provide the best medical care in the country to the children of our state or aid Pi Beta Phi Foundation, in its mission to promote literacy.”

University of Alabama Sigma Chi Fraternity officers present the donation to  Shane Autrey, the Community Development Coordinator for Children’s Hospital of Alabama.

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 Contact Us

Alabama Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Box 870298
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-298

Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
The University of Alabama

Ferguson Center 2512
Box 870298
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0298
Phone: (205) 348-2693
Fax: (205) 348-8326

Hazing and Harassment Hotline:

(205) 348-HALT (4258)

Student Complaints and Appeals:

Media Inquiries: For press and media requests, please Media Relations, 205-348-5320.


The University of Alabama complies with all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination, which are outlined in the University’s nondiscrimination notice available at and in its harassment policy at Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama, without regard to race, religion, sex, disability, national origin, color, age disability, gender identity or expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.


Individuals who have concerns about the recruitment process are encouraged to contact the Dean of Student Office at 205-348-3326.