HQ Relocation

In June 2017, after a thorough two-year review, the Sigma Tau Gamma Board of Directors announced that it is relocating its National Headquarters from Warrensburg, MO to Indianapolis in early 2018.

The time is here!

The Board of Directors in conjunction with the Headquarters Staff will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters Building on Saturday, May 5, 2018. We welcome all members of Sig Tau as well as friends of Sig Tau to join in the ceremony and commemorate the new building.

Below you can find a few frequently asked questions regarding the relocation efforts.

Q: Why have we relocated our Headquarters to Indianapolis?
A: After a thorough two-year review, the Sigma Tau Gamma Board of Directors announced that it would relocate its National Headquarters to Indianapolis. The move increases Sig Tau’s operational efficiencies, allows for best practices and better collaboration with the Interfraternal and Panhellenic communities in Indianapolis, and provides a Headquarters presence that advances and preserves Sig Tau’s legacy for generations to come.

Q: When does the new Headquarters officially open?
A: Our new location in Indianapolis will officially open on Friday, May 4, 2018.

Q: Who is relocating to Indianapolis?
A: The entire Sigma Tau Gamma organization, which includes the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity, the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation, and the WPN National Housing Company, is relocating to Indianapolis.

Q: What is the address of the new Headquarters? When does it officially change?
A: The new official address of Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters is: 8741 Founders Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268-1338.

Q: Will there be a ribbon cutting ceremony or grand opening? If so, when?
A: A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to officially open the new HQ building will be held in Indianapolis on Saturday, May 5, 2018. It will be open to all members of Sigma Tau Gamma as well as friends of Sig Tau.

Q: What will the new Headquarters be called? Is it going to keep the Marvin Millsap name?
A: The new Headquarters will be referred to as Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters.

Q: When can I visit the new Headquarters?
A: Visitors are welcome anytime after the official opening of the facility on May 4, 2018. All are invited to the HQ Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, May 5, 2018.

Q: Do I need an appointment to visit the new Headquarters.
A: No appointments are needed to visit the Headquarters of Sigma Tau Gamma. If groups or individuals would like to visit either Headquarters facility outside of Monday – Friday business hours, please submit a request via email to noblemen@sigtau.org.

Q: How can chapters use the building?
A: The new Sig Tau Headquarters will be accessible to chapters at no additional cost. We are now in a position to offer a training center where chapters can hold ritual, host chapter retreats or conduct business while in Indianapolis for events like the AFLV Central Conference. We will be also opening a new museum where brothers can learn more about the rich history of Sig Tau.

Q: What is happening to 101 Ming Street?
A: There will be new tenants in the building soon. To pay our respects to 101 Ming Street and all of the good the building has seen over the years, the Board of Directors and the Headquarters Staff hosted a Decommissioning Ceremony in the fall of 2017 to officially retire the building as our official headquarters. Many people attended the ceremony, including past professional staff, current undergraduates, and Golden Chain of Honor members.

Q: What is happening to the engraved bricks outside of the White Rose Pavilion in the White Rose Garden?
A: The engraved bricks have been moved to Indianapolis and will be placed in a walkway leading to the main entrance of the facility.

Q: What will happen to the Founders’ Fireplace?
A: We have moved the Founders’ Fireplace to our new building in Indianapolis. We have also kept the Board Table and CEO Desk as well as many other historical and sentimental items. Our new larger facility has given us the space to showcase these important artifacts.