2016-2017 IFC Judicial Board Application
Interfraternity Council (IFC) Judicial Board members are selected to address violations of the constitution, bylaws, rules and regulations of the council and the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) Standards. This includes everything that the institution or the fraternity community wishes to regulate including non-alcoholic recruitment activities, new member activities, social functions, and many others. The Judicial Board also promotes smart risk management and healthy living, and reviews the governing documents of the council as needed.
A potential InterFraternity Council Judicial Board member must be in good standing his chapter.
The potential member must have a 2.5 minimum GPA and have an active status within his chapter.
Chapter presidents, vice presidents, or IFC executive board members may not apply.
IFC Judicial Board members must be initiated members within their organization.
Candidates must be atleast a sophmore.
Applicants must have chapter presidents approval.
The most important qualification for a potential judicial board member is impartiality. Involvement as a judicial board member does not reflect values or concerns of a specific fraternity. Judicial board members will be trained to act as impartial and unbiased members of the Fraternity community who act in the best interest of the image and values, which reflect the larger community. Individual fraternity affiliation is irrelevant to the responsibilities of a judicial board member.
Last updated: 7/17/2016