General Fraternity

Fraternity Structure

CAMAC

The chapter accountability process is is overseen by the Chapter and Membership Accountability Committee (CAMAC). Click here to download the most recent version of CAMAC policies and procedures.

Awards & Programs

Awards

Programs

Sigma Chi Foundation

Overview

  • Link: http://foundation.sigmachi.org/station.php?id=atf
  • Mission
    • The Sigma Chi Foundation solicits financial resources, provides faithful stewardship, and engages in exemplary ethical practices in support of Sigma Chi and leadership development.
  • Vision
    • The Sigma Chi Foundation is respected for the manner in which we establish expectations, and build and administer an endowment that supports leadership and scholarship programs that reach beyond Sigma Chi’s borders, in perpetuity.
  • The Sigma Chi Foundation is a charitable and educational tax-exempt organization, separate and independent from the Fraternity, whose express purpose is to serve as an educational funding resource for the undergraduate and graduate student members of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Through leadership initiatives such as Horizons, the Balfour Leadership Training Workshop, and the Journey Chapter Retreat program, the Sigma Chi Foundation is preparing our young men to be the value-centered leaders to guide us in the 21st century.
  • A 17 member Board of Governors, headed by Chairman and Significant Sig Robert D. Johnson, MIAMI (OHIO) 1969, guide the Foundation. Foundation President and CEO, Ashley Woods, is the Foundation's executive officer based at Peterson International Headquarters in Evanston, Ill.
  • Click here to view our 2017 Annual Report

Objectives

  • http://foundation.sigmachi.org/station.php?id=objectives
  • As Sigma Chi strives to secure its place as the most advanced and successful college fraternity by introducing new approaches to our challenges and by reinforcing our founding principles, the Sigma Chi Foundation is working hard to accomplish these objectives:
    • Continue to work toward the goal of making Sigma Chi the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization.
    • Identify expectations for continuous improvement and measurable results in each leadership program.
    • Advance plans to secure the financial future of all of Sigma Chi's leadership programs by building a real endowment.
    • Demonstrate that your Foundation is dedicated to the care and nourishment of your home chapter through the Thomas Cowan Bell Chapter Challenge.
    • Continue to expand academic scholarships, which have grown by 400% since 2006.
    • Partner with Fraternity leadership to gain alignment and endorsement of all leadership programs, and to ensure that all programs reach every undergraduate chapter.

Scholarships

  • Link: http://foundation.sigmachi.org/station.php?id=scholarships
  • Undergraduate
    • General Academic Scholarship Award
    • All applicants to the General Undergraduate Scholarship will be considered for the Founders' Scholarship, Bell Chapter (if applicable), and available Donor-Scholar awards. You do not have to complete a separate application for any of these awards.
    • Military Service Scholarship
    • Strong Arms of Support
  • Graduate
    • Denton International Business Scholarship
    • Herschede Engineering Scholarship
    • Madson Graduate Scholarship
    • Military Service Scholarship
    • Sigma Chi Law Scholarship
    • Sigma Chi Medical Scholarship
  • Special Awards
    • International Sweetheart Scholarship
    • Funded by the Ronald P. Robertson International Sweetheart Fund.
    • Summer Intern Scholarships

Life Loyal Sig

  • Life Loyal Sigs: http://sigmachi.org/life-loyal-sig