Epsilon Mu Chapter

Marshall University

About the Chapter

The Epsilon Mu Chapter at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia began in 2000 as an Associate Chapter. After four years, in 2004, the chapter was chartered and officially granted the Epsilon Mu Chapter. 28 Founding Fathers established the chapter, with over 135 men initiated since 2004.

Fun Facts

  • Besides the chapter at Concord University, they are the only chapter to do the “Born on a Mountain Top” chant.
  • Two-time Marshall University Thunder Cup recipients. (2014-15)

March 2000

The Epsilon Mu Chapter was first making moves on campus in March 2000. They gathered about 11 men that year and elected their first executive cabinet. Most of the original members of the chapter were band members. The group has been featured in the student-run newspaper, The Parthenon, several times for enriching the campus community in its history. Through the chapter’s history, community service and philanthropy have been atop the priority list. The chapter has worked with Boys and Girls Club, The Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, The Humane Society and several other organizations in the local area.

Submitting Changes to the Chapter’s History

Any member of the fraternity and/or chapter is welcome to submit a request to update/change/correct information listed within the chapter history portion of the page. submissions will be accepted in two ways: should a correction need to be made, please submit the entire sentence/paragraph, that needs to be updated with the correction highlighted in yellow or in a different color. If something new or updated needs to be added, please submit the entire text that needs to be added and/or revised with the new information highlighted in yellow.

This information should be submitted to noblemen@sigtau.org, where is will be reviewed by HQ Staff. Your submission will not be acknowledged unless it has been added to the website. It is very important that the chapter’s history accurately and objectively reflects the chapter, so all corrections, additions, and revisions should be reviewed by other members of your chapter before being submitted.