Published on November 9, 2017 in News, Press Releases, Foundation

“I have to admit, I have never been a huge supporter of fraternities or sororities but after Zac joined Sig Tau and I have learned more about the organization and have witnessed the change they can have on these young men, I have become an advocate.” – Sue Anderson, mother of Zachary Anderson, Washington State

Like many freshman students, Zac Anderson, now Chapter President for the Zeta Iota Chapter, making the adjustment from a small private high school to a large university like Washington State was quite the transition. However, when Zac found Sig Tau, it was the perfect fit.

To Zac and his mom Sue, Sig Tau has brought more than just friendships. “I think I value the friendships Zac has formed with the Sig Tau brothers. Zac has some awesome friends. You hear reference to “the brothers” of the fraternity all the time, but some of these guys that Zac has friendships with are truly like brothers,” Sue said. “They have fun together, study together and help each other. The community service projects that they have worked on together have shown how these brothers roll up their sleeves together to help the community. They play hard and work hard together which is very cool to see.”

The true essence of brotherhood, hard work, and the community service that Sig Tau offered helped build Zac’s confidence and comfort level at the university. Sue added, “Zac has grown and matured in so many ways and I believe Sig Tau has a great deal to do with his growth over the past three and a half years.”

As a mother of a Sig Tau Noble Man, Sue Anderson takes great pride in giving back to the organization that has given her son so much. The opportunity to attend national leadership programs like Webb Academy is a great experience that provides additional leadership and training for the members, just like Zac. Sue decided to become a parent donor and share her giving story because she saw the  “ value and the impact [Sig Tau] has had on my son”.



Founded in Warrensburg, Missouri at the University of Central Missouri. On June 28, 2020, the fraternity will commemorate its 100th Anniversary. Today, there are more than 3,000 undergraduate members on 81 college/university campuses in 31 states. There are 61,000 living alumni. The Fraternity is headquartered 60 miles east of downtown Kansas City in Warrensburg, Missouri. Additional information about the fraternity is available at https://sigtau.org/