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Why Sigma Chi?

Sigma Chi is one of the largest fraternities in North America, with over 240 undergraduate chapters and over 223,000 alumni members.
The fraternity provides a welcoming environment for men with different temperaments, talents, and convictions to come together and form a unique bond that lasts well beyond college.
With world-class leadership programs, extensive mentoring opportunities, and a strong focus on academic achievement, Sigma Chi sets itself apart as the premier fraternal organization, challenging its members to live by their core values.

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Joining Sigma Chi will leave you with a bond of brotherhood that will undoubtedly last a lifetime.
At its core, Sigma Chi is a value-based organization focused on bringing people of different temperaments, talents, and convictions together and broadening our views. We value men of high moral character committed to bettering themselves and their fellow man.

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Brothers attending a campus philanthropy event.

(Left to Right: Sebastian Villamil, Alexis Abitol, and Javier Ducassi)

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Sigma Chi dedicates itself to service, having raised over $1,000,000 for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation, as well as making significant contributions to the Children’s Miracle Network. 

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Beyond the undergraduate college experience, Sigma Chi offers men opportunities to better themselves with the largest leadership based training programs in the country, Balfour and Horizons.

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Miami, Florida

(Brothers pictured: Andrew Laquerre, Felix Hecht, Alexis Abitol, Max Hempe, Tim Lund, Jack Larsen, Nick Springer)

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With the most living alumni than any other fraternity, Sigma Chi promises more lasting connections and bonds than just the Kappa Rho Chapter. The relationships brothers build with alumni opens up doors for initial job searches and lifelong mentoring.

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Kappa Rho’s intramural sports franchise, “The Cats,” competes fiercely in basketball, indoor and outdoor soccer, inner-tube water polo, volleyball, and flag football. The road to championship glory isn’t easy, but it starts here.

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