The Interfraternity Council or IFC is the governing council for the twelve recognized, social fraternities at San Jose State University. The Interfraternity Council was created to provide a shared space for the associated fraternities to build community, self-govern, and set a standard for involvement for fellow students. The IFC at San Jose State is nationally affiliated with the North American Inter-Fraternity Conference, otherwise known as the NIC. The NIC is the mother organization for hundreds of IFC's at Universities/Colleges across the nation.
As IFC President, I pursue to keep consistent communication (via meetings) with my fellow IFC Executive Board Officers, Chapter Presidents, the IFC Advisor, Alex Richards, and the rest of the Fraternity and Sorority Life Staff Members. By keep myself accountable for consistent communication, I am confident to keep the rest of the IFC Executive Board accountable. Currently, as an Executive Board, we are working on big plans to unify the entire SJSU Greek Community, to ensure most to all IFC chapters are in Good Standing, to display our IFC chapters' diverse, lively background, and ultimately, to provide the most safe, enjoyable time in college as a fraternity member.
Previn Wong is a third-year Computer Engineering major. He was the former Chapter President for Beta Theta Pi. In his term as Chapter President, he stabilized the chapter culture, introduced a higher standard, and innovated new projects to keep the fraternity growing in a positive manner. In his free time, he loves playing and watching sports, acquiring more knowledge about Computer Engineering, coding, and having a grand ole' time during the weekends. Please say "hello" if you see him on campus, he is always happy to meet new people!
The VP of Communications servers for the Inter-Fraternity Council to manage all communication and ensure that information is being relayed to all parties involved with the Council. This includes taking minutes, maintaining contact information, updating the calendar and managing the website as well as social media profiles.
Luis loves the outdoors and adventuring. He’s a brother of Delta Upsilon and a second year Computer Science Major with a focus on Cyber Security and the Internet of Things.
The VP of Finance is the Treasurer of the Inter-Fraternal Council. He manages the budget, allocates funds when necessary and keeps the system running. We live in a capitalist society, money is necessary to keep the council functioning.
Vybhav is a simple man. Loves spending time with his parents and quiet nights at home with his cat, Mr. Whiskers.
His duties include assisting the entirety of the IFC board in coordinating and setting up IFC related events. He also has to ensure that each individual chapter does not got screwed over by poor planning.
He is a third year Aerospace Engineering student and also a proud brother of Beta Theta Pi. He works at Bellano Coffee (visit him) where he enjoys to make amazing latte art for the masses. (please visit). He also runs cross country and track with a running club that competes at a collegiate level.
I am in the business of recruitment and expansion. I actively pursue opportunities to expand the Greek community at SJSU. Recruitment is the lifeblood of the Greek system, and I treat it as such.
Aidan's greatest hobby is collecting stamps and he has a deep love for the democratic process of the Unite States Government.
A little bit about me, I am a third year, Business-Management major here at San Jose State. I was born and raised in San Diego, CA so I am a big fan of both the San Diego Padres and Chargers (unfortunately I'm disappointed season after season). I am a brother of the Epsilon Theta chapter of Sigma Chi. Outside of Greek Life I have two jobs, I'm a server at Island's in Cupertino as well as being the Collegiate Ambassador for Monster at San Jose State. This is my second term on the IFC Executive Board; last year I served as the VP of Membership/Recruitment and now I am the VP of Risk Management. Greek life has made a huge impact on my life which is why I choose to give back as much as I can.
same as joe
Second year here at SJSU, born and raised in Northern California. I'm very grateful for everything San Jose has given to me so far and taking positions such as these is just one way I can give back.