Recognized Chapters > Sigma Tau Gamma

Mission Statement

Sigma Tau Gamma is a social fraternity that seeks to promote the welfare of its members as provided in the Constitution and bylaws of the Fraternity. This Fraternity shall strive to be a Fraternity of courageous and noble gentlemen who always endeavor forward.

Figures represent chapter data at the end of the previous semester
For chapter comparative data please refer to our Chapter Reports page

Chapter Information
Chapter Designation
Zeta Sigma
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Commonly Known As
Sig Tau
(Inter)national Founding Date
June 28, 1920
Elevation/Officer Election Cycle
Calendar Year
Social Media
Membership Information
Active Members
Inactive Members
New Members
% in Other Orgs.
Chapter GPA
Active Member GPA
New Member GPA
Community Service & Philantrhopy
Philanthropic Cause/Partner
Hours Served
Dollars Raised
Additional Philanthropic Work
No additional philanthropic work on record.
Awards & Recognition
(Inter)national Awards
Campus Awards
No awards on record.
Other Awards
  • Most Money Raised for Special Olympics by a Greek Organization – Polar Plunge (2019)

Standing & Conduct History
Elevation Accreditation Standing
University Conduct Standing
Good Standing
University Conduct Incidents
No incidents on record.
Fraternity & Sorority Community Policy Violations
Violation Record #1
Validation Type:
Joint Policy on Risk Management/Joint Judicial Board
Date of Incident:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

Chapter hosted unregistered tailgate event at which alcohol was present on 10.15.22 and hosted a tailgate event at which alcohol was present and at which risk management procedures were not followed on 10.22.22. This includes the presence of alcohol above 15% ABV and the presence of drinking games/paraphernalia.


Fraternity & Sorority Joint Policy on Risk Management

  • BYOB Event Procedures #1: Registration with the BYOB Tailgate Event Registration
    Form must be completed and submitted online by 5:00p.m. two (2) business days prior to the event. (e.g., BYOB events on Friday/Saturday must be registered by 5:00p.m. the Wednesday prior.) Events registered and co-sponsored by more than four (4) chapters are prohibited. Any
    BYOB events registered on home football game days before the start of the game must be registered as a BYOB tailgate event.
  • Alcohol & Drugs Policy #2: The presence of alcohol products above 15% alcohol by volume
    (“ABV”) is prohibited on any chapter premises or at any event, except when served by a licensed and insured third-party vendor.
  • Alcohol & Drugs Policy #4: The purchase, use, or consumption of bulk quantity or common
    source(s) of alcoholic beverages, which are not being served by a licensed and insured third party vendor, is prohibited. Bulk quantity or common source(s) includes, but is not limited to, kegs, cases, party balls,
    fishbowls, bongs, and funnels.
  • Alcohol & Drugs Policy #10: No initiated member, pledge, associate, new member or novice shall
    permit, tolerate, encourage, or participate in “drinking games” during a fraternity or sorority event/council event/co-sponsored function, in any situation sponsored or endorsed by the chapter(s)/council, or at any event an observer would associate with the chapter(s)/council.
  • Chapter will create a transition plan for 2023 new officers by 12.16.22.
  • Chapter will create risk management presentation approved by council leadership by 2.17.23.
  • Chapter will deliver risk management presentation with 80% of members in attendance by 3.10.23.
Violation Record #2
Validation Type:
Joint Policy on Risk Management
Date of Incident:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

A new member under the age of 21 was allowed to consume alcohol that they brought by themselves into the chapters confirmed BYOB event.

  • Alcohol and Drugs Policy – 1
  • Bring Your Own Beverage Procedures – 5 ID Checks and Wristbands/Stamps
  • Bring Your Own Beverage Procedures – 6 Sober Monitors
  • Bring Your Own Beverage Procedures – 9 Procedure for BYOB Events
  • Deeper Dive: Understanding Impact Workshop with at least 75% of the organization in attendance
  • Review of risk management and event policies, including a compare and contrast between the Joint Policy on Risk Management and Sigma Tau Gamma risk management policies
    • Includes a presentation to chapter membership on these topics with 75% of the chapter in attendance