Sigma Nu will be recolonizing its Zeta Nu Chapter at Montana State University during
the fall of 2010. A select group of men will have the opportunity to create an entirely
different fraternity experience by building their own fraternity from the ground up.
These men will shape the organization to what they think a fraternity should be.
Sigma Nu is committed to its founding principles of Love, Honor and Truth, and has stood in firm opposition to hazing since its founding in 1869 at the Virginia Military Institute. This is going to be a once in a lifetime opportunity: to build a truly outstanding fraternity and create a legacy of honor.
We are looking for outstanding men who want to get involved on campus, gain valuable leadership skills, develop themselves personally and professionally, create meaningful and lifelong relationships, and get the most out of their college experience. These men will become the re-founding fathers of Sigma Nu at Montana State.
During the 2014 Fall semester of Sigma Nu, members are looking to expand our numbers exponentially. We have been hard at work over the last few semesters and are very close to chartering. We have strong grades with a emphasis placed on academics. Every member has the opportunity to participate in an excellent leadership development program, as well as an incredible amount of community service. We stand firmly against hazing and employ a non-tolerance policy when it comes to this subject. We are projecting to at least double in size this semester as per our recruitment plan.
We are looking for men who are seeking to improve themselves and their community. We provide value not only to our members but to the MSU campus and its surrounding community through a community service program that often garners an annual award. Currently Sigma Nu is in the process of becoming a fully fledged chapter at Montana State University. Sigma Nu believes in the three virtues of Love, Honor, and Truth. These three tenets guide us in our pursuit of excellence. We were historically founded at MSU in 1952 making us one of the first fraternities on campus. Recently, we have re-colonized in order to bring Sigma Nu’s values back the MSU campus.
We hope that you consider becoming something more, by joining us in our pursuit of fraternal excellence. If you think Sigma Nu might be the right fit for you, contact our President James Patton.
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