Sigma Pi Announces Innovative New Member Program Designed to Build Better Men & Better Brothers – Virtually.

Nashville, TN (August 10, 2020) — Sigma Pi Fraternity recognizes that a global health crisis has changed the fraternal landscape. The Fraternity is committed to providing a relevant new member development program that directly responds to the needs of their undergraduate brothers. While current climate adjusts, and then when health and safety allow, this online […]

An Update from the CEO: Jonathan Frost

Brothers, I hope this message finds you and your families healthy and in positive spirits. To say 2020 has been a difficult and unprecedented year would be an understatement. Since 1897 Sigma Pi has encountered and navigated several large scale national and international events, however, this was the first time since 1936 that Sigma Pi […]

What the New CARES Act Means for your Charitable Giving

The following article was written by David Presson (Murray State ’77) who is Senior Vice President & Director of Investments at First Bank Wealth Management.  On March 27, Congress passed and the President signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security or (CARES) Act to help combat the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19.  While […]

An Update from the CEO: Jonathan Frost

Brothers, Due to COVID-19 and schools not having on campus classes, Sigma Pi anticipates a budget shortfall of approximately $200-230,000 due to not having spring initiates (we also have had to postpone four colonies from chartering that were planned for April and May). We are working to have the chapters register these men and have […]

Quarterly Recognition – April 2020

Province Archon of the Quarter David Magnano (Worcester Polytechnic ‘10) New England While certainly a younger alumni volunteer, David Magnano has gone above and beyond to assist all of the New England chapters. Despite the recent national pandemic outbreak, Magnano was still able to organize a province workshop in mid-February, in which all chapters were […]

National Mentoring Month – Why it’s Important and How to Get Involved

With January honored as National Mentoring Month it is important to highlight the impact a mentor has on a student that can be life-changing. Volunteering your time as an alumni mentor not only benefits the undergraduate members with the critical guidance they need to succeed, it also provides the alumni volunteer with a personally rewarding […]

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