Phase Two of the capital campaign is finally coming to a close and it has been a pleasure to work with so many dedicated, supportive, and generous brothers. We are on track to meet our goal of $1.5 million through our continued collections, matches, and foundation funds.

When we look back on the start of this phase, we knew that our alumni and board were motivated to complete the Phase Two renovations to the house. The Phase One campaign and renovations were completed in 1999. We ran the Phase One campaign locally and were interested in engaging a professional fundraising consultant to assist with our second campaign. We partnered with Pennington & Company to perform a fundraising feasibility study in 2012. We received the report in early 2013 and it showed that we could expect good alumni support for a fundraising campaign.

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New landscaping at 548 S. State!
On the Diag, circa 1983
An obvious Risk Management violation from the 80s
The house - Fall 2012
The back porch

Fall 2016 Pledge Class

Max Balster ’20 - Chicago, Ill.
Pramat Batra ’20 - New Delhi, India
Brandon Byer ’20 - Oak Park, Calif.
Nicholas Connelly ’20 - Naperville, Ill.
Michael Davis ’20 - Centerport, N.Y.
Alexander Dudek ’20 - Winetka, Ill.
Sai Dutta ’20 - New Delhi, India
Daniel Fuhrer ’20 - Los Angeles, Calif.
Ian Gilbert ’20 - Birmingham, Mich.

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Peterson Award

After a 27 year hiatus we are proud to announce the undergraduate brothers have earned a Peterson Award for their efforts.

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Rush Referral

Do you know a current U of M student that you think would be a good fit for Sigma Chi? Fill out our quick referral form and the undergraduate Rush Chairman will make sure he is personally invited to a Rush event.
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About Theta Theta

History of the Theta Theta is long and complex, marked by two and probably three entrances to the University before our most recent charter received on November 14, 2009. By the fall of 1856, just over a year after the formation of Sigma Chi, there was interest by the existing three Chapters to expand to the University of Michigan.

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