2014 Interfraternity Council



President: Kevin Gartman


    • Hometown
      : Waukee, IA

    • Major: Business Teaching

    • What being a member of a greek organization has done for me: Fraternity life has provided me with numerous campus-wide connections and professional connections as well. Expanding my network has allowed me to have access to all resources I might need to further myself in my college experience. Choosing to become a part of a fraternity was a decision I never expected to make coming to college, and it has been the one that has made the biggest difference. 


Secretary/Treasurer: Shane Boyer


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Vice President of Administration: Cody Mclees


    • Hometown
      : Cascade, IA

    • Major: Management Information Systems

    • What being a member of a greek organization has done for meBeing a member of the Greek community has increased my accountability in almost every situation I am presented with.  Being in a fraternity has increased my organizational and teamwork abilities and has definitely prepared me for a job and my life after college.  Coming into college I did not think I would be interested in Greek life, but joining a fraternity has been the best decision I have made while at college.  


Vice President of Chapter Development: Emilio Sanchez


    • Hometown
      : Davenport, IA


    • Major: Political Communication

    • What being a member of a greek organization has done for me: Coming into UNI as a newly transfer student, fraternity life has helped me make become the true gentlemen I have always stride to be. With socials, philanthropies, access to campus connections, what more could you ask for in a great student organization? Choosing to join a fraternity was one of the best decisions I have made so far here at UNI, and I hope it will be one of yours as well! 


Vice President of Scholarship: Sean Ford


    • Hometown
      : Cedar Falls, IA

    • Major: Public Relations and Religion Studies

    • What being a member of a greek organization has done for me: Fraternity life has pushed myself to be a better person with my academics, community service, and relationships with other people. I am pushing myself to go the extra mile with my grades and help other people who are in need. Fraternity life keeps me accountable and helps me strive to be a better man. I would encourage anyone to join a fraternity because of the positive impacts of joining a fraternity in my life.


Vice President of Public Relations: Barry Schintler


    • Hometown
      : Iowa City, IA


    • Major: Public Relations

    • What being a member of a greek organization has done for me: When I joined my fraternity 3 years ago, I had no idea what I was in for. What I soon found out was that the next three years would be the most amazing experience of my life. I was transformed into a leader with every opportunity that I took advantage of. I have gained skills that I never dreamed I would have, and I have created memories and friendships that truly will last a lifetime. I have had the opportunity to go to Chicago multiple times, Dallas, and Indianapolis because I joined Greek Life up here at UNI. The experiences, people I have met, and personal growth that I have experienced over my tenure I would not trade for the world. Greek Life truly is something special, and unbelievable.