One Hundred Thirty-Three Sigma Chis Inducted Into the Order of Omega Honor Society

Students are recognized for leadership in interfraternal activities

The Sigma Chi International Fraternity extends its congratulations to the 133 undergraduate brothers who were inducted into the Order of Omega honor society during the 2014 to 2015 academic year. Seventy-four of the Fraternity's 241 undergraduate chapters had at least one member honored, while the Sigma Chi chapters at Butler University in Indianapolis and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz., tied for having the most members inducted with six persons each. The Fraternity's 2015 International Balfour Award winner Matthew Keller, SPRING HILL 2015, also joined the Order of Omega during the academic year.

See the full list of Sigma Chis inducted into the Order of Omega here.

Established in 1959 at the Unversity of Miami (Florida), the Order of Omega is an undergraduate honor society that recognizes fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities. To date, the Order of Omega has established more than 500 collegiate chapters across the United States and Canada and has initiated more than 215,000 members, according to the organization's website.