Sigma Alpha Mu is a historically Jewish fraternity established in 1909 in New York City and reached the University of Arizona in 1962. The Beta Gamma chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu strives to maintain a spirit of fraternity, brotherhood, scholarship, and love for and loyalty to the alma mater. Sigma Alpha Mu (or Sammy) continually holds events to benefit the Judy Fund, a foundation dedicated to scientific research for Alzheimer's Disease.
The 2013 year was a great success for the Beta Phi chapter of Sigma Chi. The chapter has watched the groundbreaking and preliminary construction of a new chapter house. The house’s development would not have been possible without hard work and generous donations from alumni. They expect to complete construction by June 2014. The chapter initiated 16 new members in the Spring and another 27 in the Fall. Additionally, three of brothers were named to the Bobcats Senior Honorary. Through their annual Derby Days Philanthropy, the chapter was able to raise over $20,000 for the Diamond Children’s Medical Center.
The women of Sigma Kappa are proud of their 2013 accomplishments. Not only did they redecorate their home, attend a sisterhood event at Disneyland and continue to be an excelling chapter at the University of Arizona and with their National Headquarters, but they also were able to put on their greatest philanthropy events yet that raised thousands of dollars towards Alzheimer's research. Additionally, by winning multiple fraternity philanthropy events, Sigma Kappa's were able to raise even more funds for various other organizations. All this while being ranked 5th in GPA out of all sororities and increasing their on-campus club involvement.
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. is the world's largest Latino-based multicultural fraternity with over 144 entities in over 28 states, including a chapter in Puerto Rico. Founded on April 4th, 1986 at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, SLB follows the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service and Cultural Awareness. This small, but very tight knit family believes that once you are a brother, you are a brother for life. Sigma Lambda Beta believes in fairness, opportunity and equality among all men, no matter their race, culture, orientation or faith.
Sigma Lambda Gamma strives to be the premier organization committed to providing a mechanism of empowerment to all women. They focus on 5 principles of Academics, Community Service, Cultural Awareness, Morals & Ethics, and Social Interaction and place them in the highest regard. Over the years and most recently, Sigma Lambda Gamma has held the highest G.P.A. and has been recognized as an emerging Greek leader in their respective council. Sigma Lambda Gamma held their first annual Winterfest celebration that will continue yearly to bring Greeks together to share the holiday traditions and festivities.
SigEp is most proud of its high academic achievement. Earning the highest GPA of any Greek organization on campus, they are constantly striving to be the best they can be, both academically and socially. Their unique member development program (strictly no pledging/no hazing) fosters growth in all areas of life so that all members may develop into Balanced Men. Academics are SigEp’s greatest focus, along with upholding the values of having a Sound Mind and Sound Body. Over 65% of SigEps are involved in other on-campus organizations. Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love are the three cardinal principles that hold SigEp together.
Sigma Tau Gamma is a national college Fraternity founded in 1920 by educators and by veterans of the First World War. Founded as a society of men who endeavor to pursue the highest ideals of Manhood, Brotherhood, and Citizenship, its members dedicate themselves to a Path of Principles: value, learning, leadership excellence, benefit and integrity.
Theta Chi is one of the oldest men’s college fraternities in North America. Founded in 1856, more than 180,000 members have enjoyed the Fraternity’s traditions, ideals and fellowship.
Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member, Theta Chi aims to provide its members with an enjoyable and fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for rewarding, successful lives after graduation.
Snce 1847, Theta Delta Chi has believed that it is the duty of every member to improve himself intellectually, morally, and socially through friendship. Currently, the fraternity fields Charges (chapters) at over thirty institutions of higher education in North America.
Theta Nu Xi Mu Chapter is most proud of initiating its largest line in Spring 2013, with 8 new members of strong women from diverse backgrounds. In addition, the chapter continues to exemplify its tenets: scholarship, service, sisterhood, leadership, and multiculturalism through successful events such as its 12th annual ONE Love Multicultural Showcase--where the campus and Tucson communities meet to celebrate its diversity. Mu Chapter also hosted its first ever AZ State Meeting where sisterhood bonds and chapter cohesiveness are strengthened. Finally, Mu chapter served the Tucson community this year by getting involved with SAAF and Tucson Meet Yourself.