Zeta Sigma Chapter
Indiana University, South Bend
Ideal Chapter Size: 25
Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup - 
Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup - 
In October of 2011, 12 students at Indiana University South Bend were formally pledged to Alpha Sigma Phi. They faced troubles, being at a small commuter school with an equally small Greek system, but with the guidance of Grand Chapter Advisor (and founding member) Sam Aladema, IUSB '12 they were officially colonized on February 19, 2012. Brother Alameda worked closely with the colony members, and those that attended Grand Chapter 2012 in Chicago, Illinois happily received an Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup for their score on the Annual Report.
The following fall, the colony kept the momentum going as they doubled their size as they welcomed a new member class of 13 men. The men were more involved on campus and performed various service events with the guidance of GCA Alameda.
Although the Colony has recruited well, consistent financial and retention issues have provided consistent challenges to the men. The Colony showed great improvement over the next few semesters and petitioned the Grand Council to charter during their meeting on March 20th. The IU South Bend Colony was approved to charter and ceremonies occurred on July 11, 2014.
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