Contact Information
Emilio Sanchez
IFC VP of Chapter Development

Mike Bobeldyk
Interfraternity Advisor
(319) 273-5888

Student Involvement Center
(319) 273-2683


Fraternity Recruitment
August 25-September 5

Fall Fraternity Recruitment is August 25-September 5. In this period IFC will be coordinating Fraternity Information Tables around campus where interested men can meet all the chapters on campus.  Each fraternity will have a wide variety of events for you to meet chapter members and find out more about each organization.  If you have any questions please email us at Check us out on: Facebook Twitter UNI Fraternity & Sorority Life, as well as UNI Fraternity Life

Why consider Fraternity Life?

Benefits of Fraternity Life Scholarship -
High overall GPA - Study tables/hours programs - Scholarship opportunities - Academic support system

Leadership -
Many Fraternity men are leaders in other student orgs - 5 of last 7 NISG Presidents were Fraternity men - CATS, SAA, RHA, Hall Senates all have Fraternity presence and/or leaders

- Family on campus - Networking opportunities - Immediately have social support - Brothers for life (Lifetime member) - Support of national organization and alumni

Service - Over 4,000 hours volunteered - Over $25,000 raised - Each chapter hosts annual philanthropy - Every member participates in other chapter/ campus philanthropies in large numbers

Fraternity Stats at a Glance
  • Total Undergraduate Fraternity Membership: 325,530*
  • Number of Men Initiated in 2011-2012: 84,954*
  • Community Service Hours: 2.8 million hours*
  • Philanthropic Dollars Raised: $21.1 million*
  • All-Fraternity GPA: 2.936 versus All-Male GPA: 2.905^
  • Greeks in 113th US Congress: 39 Senators (39%), 106 Congressmen (24%)
  • 50% of the Top 10 Fortune 500 CEOs are fraternity men; 15% of Fortune 100 CEOs are Greek
  • 44% of all US Presidents have been fraternity alumni
  • 31% of all US Supreme Court Justices have been fraternity alumni

**Compiled from Member Fraternities in the NIC Standards Compliance Report for the 2011-12 Academic Year