Becoming a Brother

Thank you for your interest in the Sigma Chi Fraternity at The University of Minnesota.  The Alpha Sigma Chapter at The University of Minnesota was the third fraternity established at the college (1888). It is the longest continuously active fraternity in Minnesota.  Nationally, Sigma Chi is one of the oldest and largest college Greek-letter secret and social fraternities in North America with 244 active chapters and over 300,000 initiates. 

Our recruitment chairs for the 2017-2018 academic year are listed below. Please contact them via email with questions or inquiries.

Maxwell Stangret

Sophomore from Waconia, Minnesota

Cade Huntley

Sophomore from Lakeville, Minnesota

Ryan Berg

Sophomore from Stillwater, Minnesota



Our large chapter has been successful in promoting friendship through our sincere brotherhood. While we strive to recruit men of different temperaments, talents, and convictions, we refuse to sacrifice our standard for quality of character. 


As Sigma Chis, we promote accountability in our members. A Sigma Chi acknowledges and accepts personal responsibility for himself and his actions. His behavior at all times should reflect positively on himself and the Fraternity. 

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Sigma Chi prides itself on its perpetual commitment towards lifelong scholarship and learning. Our cumulative chapter GPA is continually one of the best in the Greek community.