Interfraternity Council

Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body for some social fraternities at the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, IFC is comprised of 20 chartered chapters and newly formed chapters. In total, IFC is one of the largest organizations on campus, with over 850 men in membership. IFC General Body Meetings for the fall 2020 semester are 9/2, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, and 12/2. If you would like to be on the agenda please contact the IFC President. For the most up to date IFC information, please check out their Instagram.


With this wide reach, IFC members hold leadership in positions across campus. IFC embraces the tradition of fraternity life, and its mission to produce high-quality young men. The men of IFC thrive off of the deep bonds of brotherhood they form with their chapter members, and it is these bonds that give them the strength to serve their chapter. In addition to the annual Greek Week philanthropic events, each chapter has individual philanthropy/service events throughout the year, which generate huge benefits for the Pitt community, and the City of Pittsburgh at large.


IFC provides various programming events throughout the semester for its member chapters. New members go through an education process stressing academics, alcohol safety, and other issues that are important for new Greeks. IFC also provides seminars on best practices for each chapter’s Risk Managers. Chapter treasurers can learn about better financial management through the financial guidance provided by IFC’s chapter finances management sessions.


Each IFC chapter is unique, and potential new members can easily find a house into which they will fit and not feel pressured to change who they are or how they act. Over a college career, membership in an IFC brotherhood is often the one thing that is constant in a student’s life, and therefore it can have profound positive effects on the way a man goes through his undergraduate years, and ultimately makes the next step after graduation.


IFC Recruitment Fall 2020

  • Attend Meet the IFC Fraternities is an opportunity to meet the IFC chapters
    • Monday, August 31st-Thursday, September 3 from 6pm-8pm via Zoom technology.
    • Interested members will meet four to five chapters a night.
    • Please register to receive the Zoom links for each night.
  • Recruitment Events: Tuesday, September 8-Thursday, September 17. Chapters will host individual events. Please register for recruitment.
  • IFC Bid Day: Friday, September 18. New members will receive email of which chapter(s) would like to extend them a bid or formal invitation.
  • Eligibility
    • Have a 2.5 cumulative GPA and 12 University of Pittsburgh credits as reported in PeopleSoft or a transfer student from a two-year or four-year institution.
    • Attend a Fraternity and Sorority Life 101 Session
    • Complete the Fraternity and Sorority Life Policy Agreements
  • Contact the Vice President of Recruitment with questions about recruitment.

Chapter Information

Alpha Epsilon Pi
  • Name: Alpha Epsilon Pi
  • Chapter: Phi Delta
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: To provide opportunities for the Jewish college man seeking the best possible collegiate and fraternal experiences.
  • Colors: Gold and Blue
  • Mascot/Symbol: Lion
  • Philanthropy: The Repair the World Fund
  • Service Project: We Walk to Remember
  • Official Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website
  • Interesting Fact: Two of our biggest events every year are dedicated to Holocaust remembrance.
Alpha Tau Omega
  • Chapter Name: Alpha Tau Omega
  • Charter Letters: Kappa Psi
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: To bind men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles, with a bond as strong as right itself and as lasting as humanity; to know no North, no South, no East, no West, but to know man as man, to teach that true men the world over should stand together and contend for supremacy of good over evil; to teach, not politics, but morals; to foster, not partisanship, but the recognition of true merit wherever found; to have no narrower limits within which to work together for the elevation of man than the outlines of the world: these were the thoughts and hopes uppermost in the minds of the founders of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
  • Colors: Azure & Old Gold
  • Mascot/Symbol: The White Tea Rose
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website:
  • Interesting Fact: ATO was the first fraternity to be founded on Christian principles instead of Greek.
Beta Theta Pi
Delta Chi
  • Chapter Name: Delta Chi
  • Charter Letters: Pittsburgh Chapter
  • Motto: Leges (Law)
  • Values: Friendship, Character, Justice, and Education
  • Purpose: To strengthen the academic foundation of our members and their social prowess for future success
  • Colors: Red and Buff
  • Symbol: White Carnation Flower and Martlet Birds
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: The V Foundation for Cancer Research
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website:
Delta Sigma Phi
  • Name: Delta Sigma Phi
  • Chapter: Omega
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Better Men, Better Lives
  • Colors: Primary: Nile Green and Carnation White, Secondary: Desert Gold and Royal Purple
  • Mascot/Symbol: The Sphinx
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: The American Red Cross
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website:
  • An Interesting Fact: “Dick Winters, the WW2 commander of Easy Company on whom “Band of Brothers” is based was a Delta Sig.”
Delta Tau Delta
  • Chapter Name: Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity
  • Charter Letters: Gamma Sigma Crescent Colony
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Delta Tau Delta is the place for leaders to hone their skills, youths to grow, students to find support and guidance and men to find their paths to a life of excellence. With more than 160 years of guiding men via Truth, Courage, Faith and Power, the Delta Tau Delta experience has fostered innovators, advocates, change agents and community leaders by affecting the world through self-discovery. Where will your journey lead you?
  • Colors: Purple White and Gold
  • Mascot/Symbol: Purple Iris
  • Philanthropy: JDRF – Accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media:
  • ·        Chapter Website:  Delta Tau Delta – University of Pittsburgh
  • Interesting Facts:
    • The original chapter of Delta Tau Delta at the University of Pittsburgh was the first Greek organization on campus.
    • Three of the previous presidents of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity were members of the original chapter of Delta Tau Delta at the University of Pittsburgh.
Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.

·       Chapter Name: Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc

·       Charter Letters: Colony- University of Pittsburgh

·       Motto/Values/Purpose: Iota Nu Delta, the First South Asian interest fraternity, develops well-rounded men to be tomorrow’s leaders–bold individuals who strive towards the forefront of progress in our global society. First and foremost, they must uphold their core responsibilities–to Faith, Family, Academics and Career. Men of Iota Nu Delta engage in the lifelong cultivation of Mind, Body, and Soul.  They come from diverse backgrounds, but each shares the bold ambition to accomplish greater things in life. In their quest, they are empowered by the resources of a national network that is built not merely by “membership in an organization”, but by the unbreakable bonds of Brotherhood Eternal.

·       Colors: Orange and Green

·       Mascot: Tiger

·       Symbol: Rose over shield

·       Philanthropy/Service Project: Active Minds, National Marrow Donor Program

·       Chapter Email:

·       Chapter Social Media Handles:

o   Instagram: @ind_pgh 

·       Chapter Website:

Phi Gamma Delta
  • Chapter Name: Phi Gamma Delta or FIJI
  • Letters: Pi Sigma Colony
  • Values: Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, Excellence
  • Mission: Phi Gamma Delta unites men in enduring friendships, stimulates the pursuit of knowledge, and builds courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them.
  • Colors: Royal Purple
  • Mascot: Snowy Owl
  • Service & Philanthropy: Social Media Challenge
  • Chapter
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Website:
  • Interesting Fact: We are Pitt’s First Fraternity!
Phi Delta Theta
Pi Kappa Alpha
  • Chapter Name: Pi Kappa Alpha
  • Charter Letters: Gamma Sigma
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: To advance the educational interests of its members, to promote leadership development, and to make, maintain and uphold a standard of life, happiness and integrity for its members by uniting them in closer bonds of friendship and brotherly union.
  • Colors: Garnet & Gold
  • Mascot/Symbol:
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: "Big Benefit” for Burkitt’s Lymphoma, "Coin Challenge” for Children’s Miracle Network, "Spring Spike” for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
  • Chapter Email: (Colin Pocock, President)
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website: National
  • Interesting Fact: 2017 IFC Football Champions, Undefeated season.
Pi Kappa Phi
  • Phi Kappa Pi
  • Chapter Name: Delta Upsilon
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: ΟΥΔΕΝ ΔΙΑΣΠΑΣΕΙ ΗΜΑΣ "Nothing shall ever tear us asunder"
  • Color: Blue, White, and Gold
  • Symbol: Star & Shield
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Bike-a-thon: Chapter rides stationary bikes for 50 continuous hours in an effort to raise money for our national philanthropy organization, The Abilities Experience
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Website:
  • Interesting Fact: Our chapter sponsors and organizes something known as the Michelle Zajdel Butterfly Project. One of our founders and first president, Sean Zajdel had a little sister who unfortunately passed away at too young of an age. This Butterfly project is a scholarship opportunity for those who have overcome adversity in their lives and is unique to our chapter.
Pi Lambda Phi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  • Chapter Name: Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  • Charter Letters: Pennsylvania Chi Omicron
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: The Fraternity's mission is advancing the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, leadership and service for our members throughout life.
  • Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold
  • Mascot/Symbol: Lion, Phoenix, Fleur-de-lis
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Movember USA
  • Chapter Website:
Sigma Alpha Mu
  • Chapter Name: Sigma Alpha Mu
  • Charter Letters: Psi
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Sigma Alpha Mu's Mission is to foster the development of collegiate men and our alumni by instilling strong fraternal values, offering social and service opportunities, encouraging academic excellence and teaching leadership skills.
  • Colors: Purple and Pure White
  • Mascot/Symbol: Octagon
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Judy Fund of the Alzheimer’s Association
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website: org
  • Interesting Fact: Some of the most famous Sigma Alpha Mu alumni include Bob Dylan, Hank Greenberg, and Ernie Davis.
Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc.
  • Chapter Name: Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc.
  • Charter Letters: Alpha Zeta
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Brotherhood Beyond All Barriers
  • Colors: Red, Black, Green
  • Mascot/Symbol: King Cobra
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: SOS Children's Villages
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website
  • Interesting Fact: Sigma Beta Rho is the only social multicultural Greek organization on Pitt's campus today.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Chapter Name: Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Charter Letters: Pennsylvania Gamma
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love
  • Colors: Purple, Gold, Red
  • Mascot/Symbol: SigEp Crest
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Balanced Man Scholarship
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website
  • Interesting Fact: We have a plethora of leadership opportunities and retreats we send members to annually.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
  • Chapter Name: Tau Kappa Epsilon
  • Charter Letters: Tau Phi Chapter
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: “Better men for a better world”
  • Colors: Cherry and gray
  • Mascot: Eagle
  • Symbol: Equal lateral triangle
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website:
  • Interesting Fact: The Tau Phi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon has raised over $2000 for our philanthropy in the last academic school year, 2017-2018.
Triangle Fraternity
  • Chapter Name: Triangle Fraternity
  • Charter Letters: Pittsburgh Chapter
  • Motto/Values/Purpose: Veritas Omnia Vincit
  • Colors: Old Rose/Gray
  • Mascot/Symbol: Engineers' Transit
  • Philanthropy/Service Project: Habitat for Humanity (National), Semper Fi Fund (Local)
  • Chapter Email:
  • Chapter Social Media Handles:
  • Chapter Website:
  • Interesting Fact: Pitt Triangle's brothers live everywhere from New Jersey to California, and anywhere in between.
Zeta Beta Tau

o   Chapter Name: Zeta Beta Tau

o   Charter Letters: Beta Phi

o   Motto: "Brotherhood for a Lifetime"

o   Colors: Medium Blue and White

o   Mascot/Symbol: Zeta Beta Tau Crest

o   Philanthropy/Service Project: Get On The Ball Philanthropy Event for Children's Miracle Network

o   Chapter Email:

o   Chapter Social Media Handles

§  Facebook: Zeta Beta Tau- University of Pittsburgh

§  Instagram: @PittZBT

o   Chapter Website

o   Interesting Fact: Our chapter was colonized in spring 2015, received its charter in spring 2017, and won Greek Sing in spring 2018!

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