The Gamma Chi Chapter of Sigma Nu
at the University of Washington
FOUNDED IN 1896 on the tenEts of HISTORY, LEGACY, and LIFELONG BROTHERHOOD
ROOTED IN HISTORY
Find out more about the oldest fraternity in the UW Greek System, including the history, vision, and mission which inspire and drive the actions of our current members and alumni alike.
Join the brotherhood
Find out more about what it means to be a Sigma Nu! We're excited to welcome prospective members to a variety of different house and rush events throughout the year.
A LIFETIME OF PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
The life of honor extends far beyond the college years. Explore how Sigma Nu builds friendships and business connections which benefit its members through their lives.
A look at our graduating brothers:
"Freshman year in Sigma Nu was challenging, but rewarding. I was thrown into the position of Co-Philanthropy chairman and the Historian right after initiation. As unprepared as I felt, I was disappointed by the mediocre results I had accomplisihed at the end of the year. I felt as if I had made no notable contribution to the position and relied on my co-chairs to get most things done. However, little did I know that the experience would just spur me on to try harder in future officer positions. Sophomore year, I organized a successful White Rose trip to Vancouver as the Activities Chair, and Junior year, I organized our Chapter's first LEAD Phase 2 retreat and an All-House retreat. That summer, I was elected to represent our chapter at the 68th Grand Chapter, held in Washington D.C.
Sigma Nu has been like a gym to me where I could constantly challenge and improve myself, and I would not hesitate to sign the bid if I were to start as a freshman all over again. With my degree in Mathematics, I will be interning at Costco's Data Management Team this summer, and this fall, I will be going to UC Irvine to pursue Masters in Computer Science. I am so happy to be the man I am today, and without a doubt, Sigma Nu Fraternity has been one of the biggest factors in my success at the University of Washington.