The Interfraternity Council at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) set forth this Constitution and Bylaws in order to cause closer working relationships and coordination among its member chapters and CU Boulder, in accordance with the policies and standards established by the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). We, the Interfraternity Council (CUIFC) exists to advance conditions conducive to the success of its member chapters and to promote the progress of the fraternity experience. With this aim, the CUIFC actively encourages interfraternalism and collaboration with other fraternity/sorority governing councils and student governance bodies. Maintaining a positive working relationship and partnership with the campus administration, alumni, NIC and inter/national headquarters of member chapters is critical toward elevating the role of the CUIFC. 

Currently, there are ten fraternities that are officially recognized by the University of Colorado Boulder.

Luke LozanoLetter from the President

My name is Luke Lozano and I am the CU Interfraternity Council President for the 2023 calendar year. I am a sophomore studying Piano Performance and a member of Delta Sigma Phi. Fraternity life has given me some of the best friendships and memories I could have ever asked for, and it is something that I will passionately advocate for every man at CU Boulder.

On behalf of the CUIFC, I'd like to welcome you to our campus and Greek life community! CU Boulder is a prestigious academic institution full of culture, history and endless opportunities. The CUIFC prides itself on our commitment to a holistic approach in our college men's professional and personal development.

As you review our website, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions about our community or commitment to continued fraternal excellence.

Luke Lozano
CUIFC President