About the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC)

The Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) is a voluntary association of fraternity governing councils in the United States. SEIFC is one of the regional associations throughout North America designed to bring together institutions and individuals with a commitment to fraternity life on college and university campuses.

In 1966, SEIFC was founded during a meeting of student leaders, fraternity professionals and advisors in Jackson, Mississippi. The concept of direct student involvement remains a cornerstone of SEIFC today. With over 50 fraternity governing councils attending the annual Leadership Academy, colleges and universities with student populations from under 1,500 to over 30,000 are serviced by the SEIFC Executive Board. Programs offered by the SEIFC are equally beneficial to any size member institution.


If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Gary Wiser, Executive Director.