Sigma Tau Gamma

Building Noble Generations of Men

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About Us

Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity endeavors to bind men together in a Fraternal Brotherhood based upon the principles of Learning, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, Citizenship, and Brotherhood, as well as in the Code of Conduct of our Fraternity.

In doing this, Sigma Tau Gamma is Building Noble Generations of Men.

We are the Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. We were colonized in 1993 and chartered in 1996, making us one of the oldest Fraternities still in operation at the Embry-Riddle: Prescott Campus. Currently, we have 13 active Brothers, but don't let our size discourage you, our Brotherhood and sense of belonging is one of the strongest on Campus. We pride ourselves in our National Philanthropy, Special Olympics, to which we volunteer at least once a semester. In fact, our Chapter was one of the first to choose Special Olympics as our Chapter Philanthropy, which then became the National Fraternity's Philanthropy.

Executive Cabinet

Grant Carrabine
President
Zack Beckwith
Director of Finance and Operations
Ryan Lopez
Director of Recruitment
Kyle Neubauer
Director of Member and Community Engagement
Brandon Sandefer
Director of Education and Wellness
Daniel Cullen
Standards Board Chairman

Our Principles

Our Creed

I believe that the true spirit of Fraternalism is a personal devotion to one’s ideals. It has its roots in definite, tangible things. It springs out of a love of God and worth of one’s fellow man. It grows into qualities of mind and soul. It is not the attitude toward a few selected ends, but rather the abiding spirit in which all things are done, all difficulties met, all successes received, all obstacles overcome.

I believe that the true spirit of Fraternalism is a breath that breathes itself into the life and being of those who live it, becoming an unconscious part of them, ruling and molding their thoughts and acts. We may call it the right attitude towards life, towards the world, towards right and wrong, towards the beautiful and good, towards duty and faith in God.

I believe that the true spirit of Fraternalism is a thing that grows. It is first associated almost exclusively with a narrow circle of fellow students, but it broadens with a widening understanding until it takes in all the important relationships of life. It enters the domain of private life as thoroughly as in public life. It teaches the fulfillment of obligations to school, state, and church.

I believe that Sigma Tau Gamma endeavors to bind men together in a fraternal brotherhood based upon these eternal and immutable truths, which are set forth in the Principles and in the Code of Conduct of our Fraternity.

In this belief, I will endeavor to make my college and my own chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma more honored and respected by all men and will endeavor to conduct myself so that I will ever bring credit and honor to our Fraternity.

- Dr. Edward H. McCune: Founder and Fourth National President

Sigma Tau Gamma

Building Noble Generations of Men

Meet the brothers