The Creighton University Interfraternity Council is the consortium of the fraternities, which are currently active at Creighton. The Interfraternity Council is the collective coordinating body and policy-making organization of the fraternity system. The purpose of IFC is to coordinate the efforts of the individual fraternities in matters of philanthropy, scholarship, recruitment, and university relations. Each fraternity represented on the Interfraternity Council is allowed one vote.
As part of the mission of IFC, the council declares:
- That the objectives and the activities of the fraternity system should be in entire accord with the aim and purpose of Creighton University as an educational institution.
- The college fraternity system with loyalty and allegiance to Creighton University, which nurturers it, has the duty of supporting the institution of which it is a part.
- That the fraternity system should create an atmosphere, which will stimulate substantial intellectual and social progress of its members.
- That the fraternity system has the goal of providing fellowship and leadership for the individual seeking an education.
- That the fraternity system seeks to teach men how to live and work together, striving by precept and example for the personal development of the individual in the training of mind and body.
- The fraternal system reserves the opportunity to act in terms of its best interest.