Epsilon Rho Chapter

Salisbury University

About the Chapter

The Epsilon Rho Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland was established as an Associate Chapter in the 2008 fall semester. On May 8, 2010. The chapter received their charter. Over 150 men have been initiated since 2010.

Fun Facts

  • The chapter is very involved with the university’s IFC.
  • Brothers are involved with many different clubs and organizations including Order of Omega, orientation leaders, the geography team, and the Salisbury hockey team

Chapter History

In the fall of 2008, the national headquarters sent Tom Connell to recruit founding fathers for the new chapter at Salisbury University. Tom was on a mission to look for new noble recruits and to start a respected chapter at Salisbury. Connell came across Pat Gotham, Paul Manly, and some of his friends in Pokomoke. The Epsilon Rho chapter started off by initiating 12 brothers in the spring of 2009. Dan Baden was the president at the time; they grew the chapter to 35 men and they earned their charter on May 8th, 2010. When the founders graduated, the chapter grew well over 70 brothers.

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.