| WMU News
KALAMAZOO—The Interfraternity Council at Western Michigan University is holding a week of structured recruitment events for male students interested in going Greek at the university.
The Interfraternity Council's recruitment events will be held through Thursday, Sept. 12. Events taking place during the recruitment week include an BBQ Sports Day, Kick-off and Info Night, two nights of house tours, and will end with a Fraternity Open House at the Bernhard Center.
The Interfraternity Council is the governing council of the fraternities on WMU's campus. The purpose of Interfraternity Council is to ensure cooperation among member fraternities, promote academic success among member chapters, to enforce policies for the betterment of the Greek community, and to foster a relationship between member chapters and the greater WMU community.