Gamma Theta Chapter

University of Missouri–St. Louis

About the Chapter

The Gamma Theta Chapter at University Missouri–St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri was established in 1968 with 33 Founding Fathers. The chapter was the first Greek organization at UMSL; with over 600 men calling the Gamma Theta Chapter home since its inception.

Fun Facts

  • Oldest Fraternity on Campus
  • Brothers are involved in Accounting Club, IFC, Student Activities Budget Committee, SGA, National Leadership Society, Investment Club, Student Veterans Association, Orientation Leaders, Supplemental Instruction Leader, Tutors, Finance Club, as well as many other organizations
  • Have won Greek Week three years in a row since 2014

Chapter History

The Gamma Theta Chapter was founded on December 14, 1968. The original founders consist of 10 men who were friends that met on Bellreive Golf Course (now UMSL). These men started the first social Greek organization at UMSL which is now known as Sigma Tau Gamma. Forty years later, the chapter still resides in the original house at 8660 Natural Bridge Road and still practices the core principles of Sig Tau.

The Gamma Theta Chapter holds several long-standing annual service events. These events allow the men to gain leadership experience, share responsibilities with brothers, and help the community.

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