Sigma Chi International Fraternity Suspends Chapter at Auburn University

News Release—For Immediate Release
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Evanston, Ill.

The Sigma Chi International Fraternity’s board of directors (Executive Committee) has voted to suspend the Gamma Sigma chapter, located at Auburn University, effective immediately. The General Fraternity suspended the chapter due to repeated policy violations throughout the last few years.

The Executive Committee voted to suspend the chapter’s charter for an indefinite period of time.

Michael Greenberg, Sigma Chi’s Grand Consul (international president), released a statement shortly after the decision, saying: “Sigma Chi is committed to establishing a culture within all of its chapters where each and every member can have a positive and rewarding experience. Our belief in the concept of justice requires us to hold each other accountable for failure to live up to our obligation and the actions of the members of the chapter made this a necessary decision for the good of Sigma Chi.”

The Sigma Chi International Fraternity is resolved to holding its chapters accountable to its policies.

Sigma Chi is one of the largest collegiate fraternities with undergraduate chapters at 241 universities and colleges and more than 240,000 living members. Sigma Chi provides a welcoming environment for young men of different temperaments, talents and convictions with a common belief in an ideal to enjoy a unique lifelong bond that extends far beyond college. Through world-class leadership training, extensive mentoring programs, and a strong focus on academic achievement, Sigma Chi sets itself apart as the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization, challenging its members to live by its core values and exemplify Character-in-ActionTM in every aspect of their lives, and the lives of others.