Pioneering Accomplishment

On May 26, 2020, the Illinois Board of Higher Education’s Private Business and Vocational Schools Division approved the Sigma Chi Leadership Institute’s application to become an officially licensed educational institution. This milestone will make the Sigma Chi Fraternity the first Greek-letter organization to offer its own licensed education to its members for the development of […]

COVID-19 Q&A: Jacob Ball, TULANE 2012

Jacob Ball, TULANE 2012, is seeing the results of the COVID-19 pandemic firsthand and it’s his role as epidemiologist and the U.S. Army Public Health Center’s COVID-19 Modeling Team lead that is helping the United States government and military health system make pivotal decisions and ensure that hospitals across the nation have the resources they […]

Special Election Winner Bishop Joins Ranks of Sigma Chi Congressmen

One week after emerging victorious in a special election for North Carolina’s 9th U.S. House District seat, Dan Bishop, NORTH CAROLINA-CHAPEL HILL 1986, was officially sworn into Congress on Wednesday. With his election, Bishop became the 10th active Sigma Chi member of Congress. The Fraternity has the largest contingent of members on Capitol Hill among […]

Policy Changes to be Considered at Grand Chapter

Delegates to this summer’s Grand Chapter in San Diego will consider changes to the International Fraternity’s policies regarding such topics as the Leadership Training Board (LTB) and the makeup of the Board of Grand Trustees.   The measure regarding the LTB would rename it as the Education and Leadership Board, to better reflect its modern role. […]

Wayne Tucker Selected to NIC Board of Directors

The schedule of 66th Grand Consul and Order of Constantine Sig Wayne Tucker, BAYLOR 1985, got a little busier at the end of April. Tucker was named to the seven-person board of directors of the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) following a tedious interviewing process. Tucker was one of 19 people nominated by member fraternities, […]