|Org Founded:||1855 at Miami University (Ohio)|
|CU Chapter:||Nu Nu|
|Motto:||"In Hoc Signo Vinces"|
"In This Sign You Shall Conquer"
|Symbol(s):||The White Cross|
|House:||523 W. 113th St|
Sigma Chi (pronounced "kai" not "chee"), Nu Nu chapter, is one of the fraternities recognized by the Interfraternity Council. The fraternity more commonly goes by its nickname Sig Chi.
In spring 2012 the chapter earned achievement awards in philanthropy (presented to chapters that raise over $60 per member) and campus involvement (presented to chapters where over 60% are involved in another campus activity.) The chapter also earned a 3 star ALPHA Standards of Excellence rating.
Service and Philanthropy
“A Sigma Chi acknowledges and accepts personal responsibilities to his family, to the communities in which he lives and participates, and to those who are less fortunate. A Sigma Chi voluntarily contributes his time, talents, and resources to help build a better society.”
- The Norman Shield
About Sigma Chi at Columbia
Sigma Chi is primarily composed of football players. They are perhaps Columbia's most "regular university" type fraternity. It "features heavy drinking and girls that want to be seen with fraternity guys."
|Greek life at Columbia|
|IFC Fraternities: Alpha Delta Phi • Alpha Epsilon Pi • Beta Theta Pi • Delta Sigma Phi • Kappa Delta Rho • Phi Gamma Delta • Pi Kappa Alpha • Psi Upsilon • Sigma Chi • Sigma Nu • Sigma Phi Epsilon • Zeta Beta Tau|
|Panhel Sororities: Alpha Chi Omega • Alpha Omicron Pi • Delta Gamma • Gamma Phi Beta • Kappa Alpha Theta • Sigma Delta Tau|
|Multicultural Greek Fraternities: Phi Iota Alpha • Alpha Phi Alpha • Kappa Alpha Psi • Omega Psi Phi • Pi Delta Psi • Lambda Phi Epsilon • Sigma Lambda Beta|
|Multicultural Greek Sororities: Lambda Pi Chi • Sigma Iota Alpha • Delta Sigma Theta • Kappa Phi Lambda • Sigma Lambda Gamma|
|Inactive (de-recognized): Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon|