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

As we celebrate 100 years of Brotherhood, we also remember the women who have played an integral part in the history of Sig Tau – from Maurine Achauer to the Chief Executive Officer.  There have been many female trailblazers who have walked the halls of HQ, commanded stages at programs, led thoughtfully from Board tables, […]

Impact Stats

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