Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University on December 6th, 1845, and Marietta College’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi was founded on June 30th, 1860 with the designation of Delta Chapter. Our members are actively living out our fraternity’s values: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism. Marietta College’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi has a rich and important history with our national fraternity. During the Civil War era, Delta Chapter kept alive the traditions of our fraternity while other chapters closed their doors. From 1867 to 1907, Delta Chapter was the only active chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. The brothers at Marietta College were able to keep alive the fraternity until its re-founding. Today, our brothers are actively seeking opportunities on the Marietta College campus to live out our Motto; To Better the Man.
Every Alpha Sig at Marietta College has the opportunity to attend leadership conferences held in the summer and the fall. We also hold a car show once a year to raise money for the Homes for Our Troops charity. Being a member of Alpha Sigma Phi will provide many leadership opportunities, networking connections, and lifelong brotherhood.
Ben Hayes, email@example.com
December 6, 1845
RAINN, Homes for our Troops
Cardinal and Stone Grey
Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, & Patriotism
Joining Alpha Sigma Phi has been such a positive impact on my life, that has lead to me being a much more outgoing and successful person. Before I joined I was not very involved on campus and my academics were struggling as well, but after joining I became much more involved, which helped me greatly both academically and on a personal level. I am very thankful for the leadership opportunities that Alpha Sigma Phi has given me, and I am forever grateful that I joined this Greek community.
— Ben Hayes - Senior - Chapter President
During PioSOAR I got to meet some of the people involved in Greek life and we shared similar interests which allowed me to see that I could be a good fit. Once my first semester started I decided to rush and upon getting to know all three of the fraternities I decided to become a member of Alpha Sigma Phi. Joining Greek life was one of the best choices I’ve made, if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have had the confidence to get help when I needed it in my studies and being in a fraternity you can often find someone that’s in the same major as you that can help you succeed.
— Nick Grosklos - Sophomore