Space Coast Alumni Association approved by Grand Council

Sigma Pi Fraternity, International announces that the Petition to Charter submitted by the Space Coast Alumni Association has been approved by a vote of the Grand Council.  The Space Coast Alumni Association becomes the newest chartered regional alumni group of Sigma Pi.

The undergraduate and alumni membership now have a valuable resource based in the region in Florida around the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, stretching up to include the Daytona Beach and Volusia County areas. They will help to reconnect alumni who may have lost touch with the fraternity.  The Association will work to rekindle the spirit of brotherhood among alumni members in the area, as well as allow for networking opportunities.  It will recreate the beneficial friendships that are so vital to the personal and financial growth of our members.  Membership in the Space Coast Alumni Association is open to all alumni in good standing, regardless of chapter, who live and work in the area, along with all alumni from Zeta-Beta Chapter at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL.

We congratulate the 50 founding fathers of the Space Coast Alumni Association for their incredible work and commitment to a united Sigma Pi brotherhood. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Association should contact President Eugene Valdez at

“On behalf of Space Coast Alumni Association, we would like to thank the Grand Council for the opportunity to form our Association and to Jason Beck for helping us through this process,” Vasquez said.  “As most of Zeta-Beta Chapter Alumni are scattered across the globe, the Space Coast Alumni Association will once again unite us and strengthen our brotherhood. So keep your head up high, and aim for the stars.”

We are proud to see the values of Sigma Pi growing and we look forward to expanding our alumni membership on this front across North America.

Congratulations to everyone involved.