What is Sigma Pi?

Scholarship

Academic excellence is a tradition and priority at Sigma Pi. We pride ourselves on academic accomplishments and are working hard to reach and maintain high scholarship standards. We provide programs such as group study sessions, peer tutoring, and academic monitoring. In addition, national and local scholarships are awarded to brothers for academic excellence.

Leadership

Sigma Pi offers its members endless leadership opportunities and the chance to serve as officers within their individual chapters and as executive members of the governing bodies. These opportunities allow students to develop necessary skills for life beyond college. These days it takes more than just a degree to get a good job – it takes leadership experience.

Service

Each year, members of Sigma Pi contribute time and money to worthy local and national charities. We take part in a wide variety of philanthropic events, such as serving as mentors to children in the community, participating in canned food drives, and donating blood. These activities assist in the development of responsible community members.

Alpha Delta News

President of the Year

2016

Our past President Jamie Gnan was awarded 2016 IFC Chapter President of the Year at the Annual Greek Life Installation Banquet.

AHERO

2016

We raised over $10,000 for our local philanthropy AHERO that provides support for many veterans recovering from physical and psychological wounds of war and military service.

HCOB Tiger Cage Finalist

2017

Trent Briden placed 4th in the annual competition devoted to rewarding the best early-stage products, services or business concepts that emerge from Auburn University students and entrepreneurs.

Tennis Champs

2017

Brothers David Burdett and Jack Cote brought home 1st place in the Doubles Tennis Intramural Tournament this year beating Fiji in the championship.

Athletic Recruiters

2017

Brothers Wesley Walker and Thomas Noland were selected to be Athletic Recruiters for the 2017 school year.

CWE Counselor

2017

Among many applicants, our brother Jake Horn was selected to be a Camp War Eagle counselor this summer.