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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Helping Shape Sig Tau for Future Generations

Jeremiah King, Missouri S&T, is a proud Sig Tau, a member of the Fraternity Board of Directors, and most importantly – a father to three young sons. He credits Sig Tau in helping him on his journey as a parent and hopes to help shape a fraternity that his sons would be proud to be […]

Our Founders

Back Row (Left to Right) – Parsons, AO Fisher, McDaniels, Chapman, Ellis, GrannertFront Row (Left to Right) Hartrick, Hoback, Hoffman, McCune Written by CEO Emeritus Bill Bernier, Kent State Our Founders reunited at the 30th, 40th, and 50th anniversary Grand Conclaves. They maintained regular communication with each other and the Fraternity throughout their lives. Born […]

FROM THE SIGNET TO THE SAGA

The expressed desire for a periodical journal predates the First Grand Conclave. A planning meeting for the First Grand Conclave was held at Emporia, KS in 1924. At the meeting, Ellsworth C. Dent, Emporia State, was elected Provisional Grand Editor.  In April 1925, Dent published The Signet. It was a 32-page 9” x 6” typeset journal […]

Impact Stats

  • $386k Raised in 2020
  • 525 Individual Donors
  • $325k Noble Man Annual Fund Goal
  • $41K Grants/Scholarships Awarded