National Greek Orders
Sigma Tau Gamma
Founded during the “month of roses” at Central Missouri State University, by veterans of the First World War, in 1920. Sig Tau’s mission is to be a Fraternity of courageous and noble gentlemen who always endeavor forward.
Principles: Learning, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, Citizenship, and Brotherhood.
Philanthropy: Special Olympics
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon was established on January 10, 1899 on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL. Originally under the Fraternity of Phi Delta Theta, the Tau Kappa Epsilon decided to branch out and form a new fraternity. On February 17, 1909, Tau Kappa Epsilon became its own fraternity. It is the fraternity’s mission to advance character and personal development to unlock the potential for each man to be a great college graduate and productive citizen. TKE seeks young men who are trustworthy and live the values enunciated in TKE’s Declaration of Principles, helping each member to integrate LOVE, CHARITY, and ESTEEM into his daily life.
Principles: Love, Charity, Esteem.
Philanthropy: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Alpha Sigma Tau
Founded at the Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Michigan on November 4, 1899. For more than 115 years, Alpha Sigma Tau has been empowering women to excel in life. The sorority invests in women by instilling the skills necessary to navigate life and inspire members to enrich their own lives and the lives of others.
Motto: Active, Self-Reliant, Trustworthy
Philanthropy: Women’s Wellness Initiative
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Founded in Farmville Virginia at Longwood College on April 20, 1898. The mission of Tri Sigma is to imbue its members with a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop in them a strong womanly character, and to impress upon them high standards of conduct.
Motto: Faithful unto Death
Philanthropy: Tri Sigma Foundation