Interfraternity Council positions will be transitioned at 7:15 a.m. Dec. 8 in the Great Hall in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.
Not all of the positions have been finalized yet. Trae Trousdale, education/history freshman, was elected IFC president from Lambda Chi Alpha.
Blake Lemmons, political science junior and former IFC President, said some of the responsibilities for the position are to preside over all executive meetings and general body meetings of IFC, attend monthly all-Greek presidents meetings and serve as a recruitment guide during formal recruitment.
“As President, I see my responsibilities lying with each of the organizations that we currently have established here on campus,” Trousdale said. “Recruitment and rush numbers, the relationship that we foster between the Greek and non-Greek students as well as pursing the endless opportunities IFC and the Panhellenic Council can accomplish together will remain at the top of our priority list.”
The rest of IFC executive committee will consist of the vice president of logistics and vice president of membership development. The former will serve as a recruitment guide during rush while keeping minutes at the meetings, and the latter will assist the IFC advisor in planning the semester IFC retreat. Jace Jordan, cell and molecular biology sophomore, was elected vice president of logistics. The Vice President of Membership has not yet been chosen.