Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation

Established in 1966, the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation is its own distinct legal entity, considered a public charity (501c3) by the federal government and is separate from the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. The Foundation’s function as a charitable and educational foundation is the primary reason for its existence.

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The Georgia Colony & Their Brotherhood Story

The Eta Delta Associate Chapter (then referred to as a colony) at the University of Georgia is a testament to the strength of brotherhood and leaving a lasting impression despite size or age. Sig Tau held a place on the UGA campus from about 1984 – 1990 and initiated about 60 members. What it lacked […]

Kevin Kolter & His Brotherhood Story

Kevin Kolter, UW – Whitewater ’08, never met a challenge he wasn’t ready for. “Challenges come my way that are new or different or uncharted territory and I don’t stray away. I face it. I lead from the front and attack head-on.” Kevin credits this steadfast determination to being a Founding Father of the reestablished […]

Women & Sig Tau

There have been many female trailblazers who have walked the halls of HQ, commanded stages at programs, led thoughtfully from Board tables, and compassionately guided and enlightened members through education. As we celebrate 100 years of Brotherhood, we remember the women who have played an integral part in the history of Sig Tau – from […]

Impact Stats

  • $265k Raised in 2018
  • 932 Individual Donors
  • $226k Noble Man Annual Fund Goal
  • $80K Grants/Scholarships Awarded