Introducing the Tomorrow’s Leaders Campaign

Your support of our Tomorrow’s Leaders campaign will empower our members to become superior leaders in their chapter as well as effective and principled leaders of the broader society. Sigma Pi Fraternity, International is 125 active Chapters & Colonies strong and recently initiated its 100,000th member.  We are united in brotherhood with kindred minds and […]

Proudly Introducing The Online Store of Sigma Pi Fraternity

Sigma Pi Fraternity, International is proud to announce that our licensed vendor, Advanced-Online, has worked diligently the past several months to get the The Online Store of Sigma Pi ( ready for you on Founders’ Day. Advanced-Online produces and ships all of products. The Sigma Pi Executive Office works in conjunction with Advanced-Online to determine […]

Thorsbakken to leave Executive Office staff; LaRose hired as Regional Director

As of Friday, February 13th, 2015, Neil Thorsbakken (Theta-Omega, Middle Tennessee ’08) has left the Executive Office staff and his role of Regional Director to pursue a new career opportunity at Otterbase Inc. as a Recruitment Specialist in Nashville, Tenn. The Executive Office is pleased to announce that Rhett LaRose (Iota-Delta, UT-San Antonio ’12) has […]

20 Random Questions with… PGS Larry Rovira (Epsilon-Nu, CSU-Fullerton ’85)

Editors Note: In our series “20 Random Questions with…”, we take a fun and interesting look at some of our most prominent alumni.  From men who contribute financially to the success of the organization, to others who volunteer their time to help our members across North America, we take this opportunity to spotlight the leaders of […]

118 Years of Excellence

Our Fraternity is the premier men’s social and personal development fraternity in North America. Sigma Pi men embark on a quest to enrich their lives the moment they take oath to join our ranks, and first clasp on the golden greek cross over their heart. The brotherhood that four ambitious men dreamed of in 1897 is a […]

In Praise of Frat Life on Campus

Editors Note:This article originally appeared on the Newsweek website on February 9, 2015. In his February 4 piece, “The Fraternity No Longer Belongs on the American College Campus,” Alexander Nazaryan recklessly capitalizes on overblown, negative stereotypes of fraternities to imply that Greek life is the catalyst for all the troubles facing campus life today. The author couldn’t […]