Interfraternity Council hosts Trick-or-Treat Event 

Submitted by Jesse Anderson

Submitted by Jesse Anderson

The University of Tulsa’s Interfraternity Council (IFC) hosts their 2nd  annual community trick-or-treat event for local elementary school students. 

Tulsa, October 30, 2022 – The Interfraternity Council in conjunction with True Blue Neighbors hosted their second annual community trick-or-treat event together. Students from Kendall-Whittier Elementary School were invited to The University of Tulsa’s campus to trick-or-treat at all the fraternity houses on fraternity row. The trick-or-treat event also included many of the sororities and other student organizations including the Student Veterans Association and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office by setting them up in a nearby parking lot for trunk-or-treat. 

The event was a success with nearly 500 students stopping by campus with their families. The fraternities were excited to participate and give back to the local elementary school students. “It was so fulfilling to see the smiles on the children’s faces as they walked across fraternity row and to see the fraternity members sacrificing their time to help put on this event.” IFC President and event organizer Jesse Anderson recalled how he felt during the event. “It was worth every minute of planning and execution to know that we were able to host a safe and fun Halloween event for the students in our community.”  

The IFC and True Blue Neighbors are already planning for next year’s trick-or-treat event and hope to continue to grow the participation of student organizations on campus and broaden our reach within the community.