Location: Our fraternity house was built at 8660 Natural Bridge Road in 1968. It is just off the campus of the University but is within walking distance from the student center and classes.
House's features: The house provides living quarters for up to 6 members. Each brother enjoys the comfort of their own room yet only pays about one-fifth as much as a student living in the University Meadows. Similar to the University Meadows and Oak Hall, the house features a living room which provides a social "hangout" for the brothers. In addition, the house has a gravel parking lot that can occupy up to 30 cars as well as a beach volleyball court and basketball court. Our scholastic resources include a study room which we host mandatory study seasons in and filing cabinets which contain notes, tests, and study guides from classes that members have already taken.The Sigma Tau Gamma house is a great alternative to paying expensive prices at the University Meadows or Oak Hall.
Our Future: Our Alumni Foundation contributes roughly $7,500 a year to a house fund. With this house fund we plan to demolish our current house and build a traditional fraternity house which will house up to 20 members.
Main Perk: Though our fraternity offers many things to better every young man, one of the highest valued of those is brotherhood. In Sigma Tau Gamma, you will establish a bond with your brothers that is like none other. This bond is a lifelong one and will help every member prosper throughout the rest of their life. The opportunities that will come from this brotherhood are job offerings, unconditional support, and friendship.
Nation-wide: Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity is an international brotherhood of men based on the Principles: Value, Learning, Leadership, Excellence, Benefit and Integrity. There are more than 65,000 members that share a common commitment to leadership, scholarship and service. For more information about our fraternity's national background, principles, size, or any other general questions visit www.sigmataugamma.org .