Welcome back, Alumni! This section seeks to be a comprehensive place for finding information about Sigma Nu Fraternity’s Alumni and Volunteer services, resources and personnel. Whether you are a collegiate officer looking for additional alumni involvement and support for your chapter or an alumnus seeking to get more involved with the Fraternity, this is your starting point.
Becoming a Volunteer
There are two ways to give back: Time and Money. Both are important to sustaining the Sigma Nu mission.
How to Give - Time
Alumni Advisory Board (Scot Franson - Chairman)
Alumni Advisory Boards are made up of several individuals who support and advise the undergraduate chapter in various aspects of chapter management. Board members can be Sigma Nu alumni, parents, university faculty or staff, or men or women who want to support the undergraduate chapter. If you would like to become involved, please contact the Chairman above. If you would like to learn more about the best practices of the AAB, click here: LEARN MORE >
Alumni Chapter (Cary Daniel - President)
The Alumni Chapter primarily focuses on social events, fundraising and communication with the Alumni members. Our alumni chapter was originally chartered in 2016. If you would like to become involved, please contact the President above. An alumni chapter in good standing is entitled to vote at the Grand Chapter. If you would like to learn more about best practices of an Alumni Chapter, click here: LEARN MORE >
Chapter Advisor (Kyle Lee – Chapter Advisor)
Chapter Advisors play a vital role in Sigma Nu. The relationships developed with chapter officers should encourage them to seek the advice and support of the chapter advisor. By gaining the trust and confidence of the chapter’s officers the advisor becomes an incredible resource for the chapter. Without the guidance of, and regular contact with, an advisor, a collegiate chapter faces unnecessary struggles and challenges. To learn more about the Chapter Advisor’s role, click here: LEARN MORE >
Sigma Nu Mentor Network (Billy Ray Duncan – Scholarship Advisor)
The Sigma Nu Mentor Network is an on-demand mentoring platform focused on professional and career development. Through this online platform, young alumni and collegiate brothers have the opportunity to connect with experienced alumni for 1-on-1 career mentoring. If you would like to become a mentor, please contact the Scholarship Advisor above. If you would like to learn more about why mentoring is important, click here: LEARN MORE >
Sigma Nu Fraternity opportunities and events for alumni include Sigma Nu Institutes, Grand Chapter, and various local events. If you would like to learn more about national events, click here: LEARN MORE >
Pledge Meeting – Sunday 3:00pm or 4:00pm
Executive Committee – Sunday 5:00pm
Chapter Meeting – Monday 7:45pm
Please contact the Chapter Advisor – if you would like to attend a meeting
How to Give - Money
Scot Franson - Theta Sigma Chapter Scholarship.
o These donations are tax deductible.
o The Scholarship Committee will award scholarships once the balance achieves $20,000.
o To Donate to the Theta Sigma 501c3: click here.
Theta Sigma Alumni Chapter. The Alumni Chapter funds various projects such as:
o Social events
o Active Chapter assistance with housing projects, recruitment events and social events
o Dean’s list award winners luncheon each semester
o These donations are not tax deductible – but do it anyway.
o To Donate or pay Alumni Contribution ($50/year recommended):
Checks: Made payable to Sigma Nu Theta Sigma Alumni. Mail attn: Cary Daniel 6842 W. 121st Court Overland Park, KS 66209
Theta Sigma Housing Corporation. The Theta Sigma Housing corporation is working on a long-term goal of securing a house. We are currently not raising funds for this project – but will be announcing our mid-term and long-term goals shortly!
Long-term Planning. One way to leave your mark is with long-term estate planning. We currently have two options available:
Housing. Coming Soon!
Alumni Best Practices Library
A best practice is an activity, a practice, a program or process that results in or leads to performance at the "excellence" level of the Fraternity's Pursuit of Excellence Program. For alumni, these types of best practices aim to develop advisors both at the individual and group level, so they can improve operations and provide the necessary support for chapters to reach "excellence". LEARN MORE >
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