The fundamental purpose of the Sigma Chi Fraternity is the cultivation, maintenance and accomplishment of the ideals of friendship, justice and learning within our membership.
Sigma Chi Fraternity best serves its purpose by developing, implementing and monitoring programs that foster leadership, build character and promote positive relationship skills which, in turn, enable our members to become productive and caring participants in their families, colleges and communities.
Sigma Chi’s core values are friendship, justice and learning. Our vision is to become the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization—aligned, focused and living our core values. Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and community.
The men of Sigma Chi at Montana State University are looking forward to the 2017-2018 school with high hopes and large goals. We are off to an amazing start having won several awards such as: The Recruitment Excellence Award, The Most Improved Fraternity Award, and lastly the Fraternity of the Year Award. We are looking forward to our 100 year celebration August 2017. We had great success this year in recruitment, initiating 9 men this previous spring semester. These men are eager to integrate into the chapter and take on leadership roles within the chapter. During this upcoming academic year we will continue to build on our current campus involvement and contribute to the greater Bozeman community.
At Sigma Chi, we expect that the men we bring into our brotherhood will strive to live our core values everyday, improving the environment around them through whatever means necessary. Academically, we search fro men with a High school GPA of 3.0, or a college GPA of 2.5. Demonstrating their commitment to academics and dedication to their coursework. If you would like to learn more about the Sigma Chi Fraternity at Montana State University please contact Jake Linnell.
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