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Zeta Eta Chapter

Georgia Institute of Technology
Founded: April 21, 2012
Status: Active
Ideal Chapter Size: 50
Conduct History: Health & Safety Violation (2017)

Chapter Awards

Grand Senior President's Cup - [2016]
Alpha Kappa Pi Gold Cup - [2015, 2014]
Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup - [2018, 2017, 2013] 

Individual Awards

Undergraduate Hall of Fame
Hallacy, Andrew M. '12 [2015]
Rich, Bryce '14 [2018]

Frank F. Hargear Memorial Award
Hallacy, Andrew M. '12 [2015]

Chapter History

The Georgia Institute of Technology Colony of Alpha Sigma Phi came into existence with two Pledge Ceremonies in September of 2011. Jason Hinson-Nolen, Murray State '05, conducted the first with 21 men on September 9, 2011 and the second with 17 men on September 22, 2011. This group of men came together with the ideals and values to bring a different type of fraternity to the Georgia Institute of Technology campus. The first Initiation Ceremony was held in November of 2011 with 28 founders passing through the Mystic Circle during the Ceremony. During the following spring, they extended bids to six outstanding gentlemen. Their 100% acceptance rate gave them one of the largest spring recruitment classes on campus. 

The colony was officially chartered as the Zeta Eta Chapter on April 21, 2012. The Ceremony was held at the Trinity Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Grand Councilor David Roux, Clemson '08, gave the Keynote Address. Jason Hinson-Nolen, Murray State '05, represented Fraternity Staff. Jorge Nessi, Georgia Tech '12, was the Founding President. 

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