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Quality growth remains a top priority within Sigma Tau Gamma. The expansion department continuously evaluates top tier institutions where the Fraternity is currently absent, and organizes recruitment efforts at those schools through a comprehensive and thorough expansion process.

Sigma Tau Gamma seeks to expand to leading institutions where potential exists to recruit high performing student leaders. Over the last several years the Fraternity’s Expansion Department has continued to grow. The Department consists of a Director of Expansion and several Expansion Counselors. In 2010, Sigma Tau Gamma partnered with Phired Up Productions to enhance the Fraternity’s expansion efforts. Within this unique partnership the Fraternity seeks to partner with leading institutions each semester in the opening of a new Sigma Tau Gamma chapter.

Recent Charterings

Northwest

Northwest Missouri State University (Theta)
Theta Chapter Re-Chartered March 15, 2015

Florida Tech

Florida Institute of Technology (Epsilon Omega)
Epsilon Omega Chapter Chartered February 28, 2015

Oklahoma State University (Epsilon Psi)
Epsilon Psi Chapter Chartered April 27, 2014

 

Recent Provisional Chapter Installations

Reno copy

University of Nevada, Reno
Provisional Chapter installed on April 11, 2015

William Woods (1)

William Woods  University
Provisional Chapter Installed on April 1, 2015

Washington State  University
Provisional Chapter Installed on October 11, 2014

Northern Arizona University
Provisional Chapter Installed on April 5, 2014

Arizona State University
Provisional Chapter Installed on March 1, 2014




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    For more information or to volunteer, please contact the Recruitment & Growth Coordinator.

    Dean Anderson, Beta Theta '12
    danderson@sigmataugamma.org

    Upcoming & Future Projects


    Fall 2015