Sigma Pi Fraternity International was established in 1897 and has been on Tech’s campus since 2007. We were chartered as the Iota Mu chapter on November 14th, 2009, with the initiative to instill our ideals of advancing truth and justice, promoting scholarship, encouraging chivalry, diffusing culture, and developing character in all our members. Further, we strive to provide training, guidance and innovative opportunities in the areas of leadership, social and personal development, academic achievement, community service, and heightened moral awareness. Being one of Georgia Tech's youngest social fraternities, Sigma Pi offers members the opportunity to have a direct impact on the growth and direction of the chapter. We are focused on maintaining a lasting brotherhood here at Georgia Tech. Our brotherhood retreat, Founder's Day and alumni tailgate help build strong bonds amongst our brothers, both active and alumni. In the interest of establishing a presence on campus and a relaitonship with other Greek organizations, we participate in various interfraternity events, including Greek Week and intermural sports, as well as campus-wide service events and sorority mixers. We also place emphasis on giving back to the community and to Georgia Tech. Our Altruistic Campus Experience (ACE) Project, an annual event held by every Sigma Pi chapter, is the only national Greek-letter service project that gives back to the host institution. We prepare brothers for life after college by challenging them to excel in the classroom, and we encourage members to become holistic individuals by participating in our many social and service events. The brothers of Sigma Pi appreciate your interest, and we look forward to seeing you on campus. Some of our notable alumni are Tony Romo, Herman Fisher, and Tracy Lawrence.