The Gamma Eta chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity at Colorado School of Mines was chartered in 1901. Since then, eleven hundred men have been made Brothers in our chapter, committed to the ideals of Love, Honor, and Truth. Brothers are known throughout campus for their upstanding character and involvement on campus and in the Golden community.
Sigma Nu is a fraternity that was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Sigma Nu was founded in opposition to the hazing culture that was occurring at VMI and continues to stand by this belief today. Sigma Nu is one of the most dominant fraternities in the modern day Greek system, having top tier chapters at many prominent universities including Ole Miss, Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, MIT, Washington State, Oklahoma, Louisiana Tech, and many more. Sigma Nu also continues to have one of the most safely guarded national ritual, mostly attributing to the standard of member that Sigma Nu strives for. Nationally, Sigma Nu continues to rack up award after award for excellence in areas such as recruitment, risk reduction, and academic excellence programs. The main philanthropic organizations that Sigma Nu supports are St. Jude’s Children Hospital, The Helping Hand initiative, and Character Counts!
Rushee #1 – So what fraternity are you going to be joining?
Rushee #2 – Sigma Nu, duh. I want the most out of my college experience.