Academics, Philanthropy, Brotherhood
Joining a fraternity was one of the best decisions I made when I first came to college. It gave me a great set of friends that I could be comfortable with, provided me with a support system, and really pushed me to be a better member of the Carolina Community. Popular culture leads everyone to believe that fraternity life is just about parties and drugs and sex, but that's not it at all. Fraternity life is about having people you can depend on; its about having guys around you who push you to be the best you can be; its about building lasting relationships with like minded people. The guys I've met, the opportunities I've been given, and the network I've developed could not have been done without joining KA. Go Greek because it will really make your life here at Carolina.Luke Cullifer: KA
Being part of a fraternity my first year not only engaged me in a dynamic variety of conversations, activities, and opportunities, but it also provided me with a strong support system in the transition to college life. Finding a comfort zone on campus is a crucial part of the first year experience, and it was assuring to know that I always had a community of great guys that would be there for me through highs and lows. As an out-of- state student, Greek Life really plugged me into the Carolina community, by helping me make friends and build alumni relationships that will last a lifetime. Now, whenever I walk into my fraternity house, I find someone who’s ready to join me in whatever endeavor I’m pursing—whether it’s going to a UNC Lacrosse game, studying for a final in Davis library, sitting in on an interesting campus lecture, or driving to the mountains for a weekend hiking trip. Looking back at my decision to go Greek, I realize that it did more than just enhance my Carolina experience; it made me into a better man, and that’s something that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.Morgan Pergande: Phi Gam
As the President of the Interfraternity Council, Carson oversees the operations of the council, its budget, and the independent agencies that operate therein.
Vice President of Internal Operations
As Vice President of Internal Operations, Luke handles chapter relations and organizational strategies while serving as second in command over the Council.
Vice President of Recruitment
As Vice President of Recruitment, Tanner is tasked with establishing the recruitment protocols for both the fall and spring rush periods. Additionally, he is responsible for ensuring chapter integrity during recruitment.
Vice President of Public Relations
As Vice President of Public Relations, Charlie maintains the public face of the organization. Dealing with imaging issues, publicity, and outreach for both individual chapters and the Council at large, Charlie shapes the view outsiders have on the fraternal system.
Vice President of Finance
As Vice President of Financial Affairs, William handles all organizational funds, facilitates transactions between chapters and the Council, and takes care of the organization's many financial needs.
Vice President of Judicial Affairs
As Vice President of Judicial Affairs, Baty is tasked with maintaining the moral integrity of the Council and its contributing members. Along with his counterpart, he ensures that the IFC's guidelines and bylaws are being upheld.
Vice President of Judicial Affairs
As Vice President of Judicial Affairs, Owen is tasked with maintaining the moral integrity of the Council and its contributing members. Along with his counterpart, he ensures that the IFC's guidelines and bylaws are being upheld.
Vice President of Events
As Vice President of Events, Eliot is tasked with designing, creating, and handling all large events put on by the Council. In addition, he provides member chapters with assistance or advice as to how they can best plan their event.