The McCune, first presented in 1966, was created to provide a standard for achievement and recognition by which all chapters should strive to emulate. The McCune Annual Report is Sig Tau’s way of collecting information to better tell the Fraternity’s story and determine areas of excellence and areas of need for chapters.
Chapter awards, based on IFC community size, are determined from the information collected in the McCune. Annual chapter awards include:
- Edward H. McCune Distinguished Chapter Award
- Earl A. Webb Most Improved Chapter Award
- Dr. Emmett Ellis Chapter Scholarship Award
- W.T. Hembree Campus Leadership Award
- Robert N. Jones Charitable Projects Award
- E. Kennedy Whitesitt Communication Award
- Thomas M. Hutsell Chapter Efficiency Award
- J. Gregory Rumpf Recruitment & Growth Award
- Michael Schermer & Doug Lichtenberger Foundation Advocate Award
- Ronald W. Erikson Alumni Engagement Award
The McCune acts as a road map to not only support the ideals and goals of our chapters, but also incorporate the Principles set by our Fraternity: Learning, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, Citizenship, and Brotherhood.
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