Our Purpose is to better the man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism.

Alpha Sigma Phi

Eta Sigma Chapter

officers:

President: Tanner Saxton, Tsaxton3@kent.edu

Vice President: Nicholas Potts, npotts3@kent.edu

Secretary: Jacob Fairbend, jfairben@kent.edu

Scholarship Director: Jay Patel, jpatel38@kent.edu

Recruitment Director: Joey Rokosky, jrokosk1@kent.edu

Treasurer: Joel Casey, jcasey16@kent.edu

New Member Educator: Andrew McAnalley, amcanall@kent.edu

Alumni Director: Joe Schuster, jschus11@kent.edu

Sergeant-at- Arms: Alexander Dibucci, adibucc1@kent.edu

Marshall: Josh Bumgardner, jbumgar7@kent.edu


More info

 

Mission Statement: To Better the World through Better Men and to be the co-curricular and continuing organization of choice.

Vision Statement: To be the co-curricular organization of choice for discerning undergraduate men through the provision on an enriching brotherhood experience and a full range of character and leadership development opportunities that are relevant, replicable, and recognizable.

Motto: To Better the Man

Colors: Cardinal and Stone

Flower: Yellow and Red Rose

Symbol: The Phoenix


philanthropy:

  • Active Minds

  • Aware Awake Alive

  • RAINN

  • Homes for Our Troops

  • Shatterproof

 

fun facts

  • Alpha Sigma Phi is the 10th oldest men’s Greek organization in the country, as well as one of the fastest growing in the nation.

  • Alpha Sigma Phi is the 10th oldest Fraternity in America and was founded at Yale University in 1845

  • As of the 2018-2019 academic year, there are 172 active chapters across the country, with 6,400 undergraduate members and over 55,000 alumni

  • Famous Members of Alpha Sigma Phi include Warren Buffet, John Kasich, and Frank Beamer