We recognize each fraternal organization’s sovereign responsibility to make decisions that are in the best interests of their organization. However, we also firmly believe that the spirit of interfraternalism originates from and relies on the principle of mutual respect, a principle that was violated on Nov. 7.
The Executive Committee (EC) of the Sigma Chi International Fraternity has voted to immediately suspend the organization’s chapter at the University of Missouri. The suspension is effective immediately, and for an indefinite period of time.
Each year, all chapters should review their risk management plan at a chapter meeting. Then, each member should sign off on it. This should be done prior to September 15th. Chapters that submit plans and signatures to RMF@RMFEducation.org by September 30th will receive a three-percent credit toward RMF membership fees. Failure to submit a signed plan results in a three-percent surcharge.* […]
Selected through the vote of facilitators and alumni volunteers each summer, the annual William H. Carlisle Jr. Outstanding Workshop Faculty Award has been received by a Who’s Who of Sigma Chi leaders. This year’s recipient Jesse Trout, AUSTIN PEAY 2006, was greeted with a standing ovation as he took the stage to be recognized by […]
The Fraternity unveiled the two winners of its 2018 James F. Bash Significant Improvement Award during the 2019 Krach Transformational Leaders Workshop, the chapters at Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach and the University of Oklahoma Named for 49th Grand Consul James Bash, BUTLER and INDIANA 1946, the award is given to chapters that improve their Peterson Significant […]
Sigma Chi capped its inaugural Krach Transformational Leadership Workshop at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio by recognizing the success and improvements among undergraduate chapters across the United States and Canada. The highest honor, the 2019 J. Dwight Peterson Significant Chapter Award, was presented to 66 Sigma Chi groups at colleges and universities […]
In 2017, Alpha Delta Pi sister Rae Ann Gruver and her husband Steve lost their son to a hazing incident at Louisiana State University. Since Max’s death, Steve and Rae Ann have traveled across the country sharing Max’s story, including Rae Ann’s keynote message with Evelyn Piazza and Rich Braham during the 2019 Krach Transformational […]
Andrew McMahon, BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN 2019, accepted the 2019 International Balfour Award during the closing ceremony of the inaugural Krach Transformational Leaders Workshop at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Given annually to Sigma Chi’s most outstanding graduating senior, the International Balfour Award has been presented since 1930 when Significant Sig Paul Hagemann, WASHINGTON (ST. […]
On the 164th anniversary of Sigma Chi’s founding, Central Michigan University chapter sweetheart Lauren Lewallen was awarded the opportunity of a lifetime following an undergraduate delegate vote at the 82nd Grand Chapter in Salt Lake City. Lewallen was named the 2019 to 2021 International Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Now representing the more than 255,000 living […]
In 2017, the leaders of Sigma Chi Fraternity and Foundation gathered in 2017 to consider the Fraternity’s direction for the following decade. Both entities quickly recognized the need to define one future for our great Fraternity and to ultimately speak with one voice. The new sigmachi.org is the first step in expanding our brand and better connecting […]