Eta Nu Chapter
Founded: September 26, 2015
Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup - 
Coordinator of Undergraduate Engagement Connor Gau, Chico State ’11 led expansion efforts at McGill University in the fall semester of 2014, serving as Alpha Sigma Phi’s first international presence. Thirty-eight men were initiated in December of 2014. The group was colonized in December of 2014 and was approved to charter as the Eta Nu chapter in April of 2014.
Eta Nu became Alpha Sigma Phi's first international chapter on September 26, 2015. President & CEO, Gordy Heminger, Vice President, Matt Humberger, and Senior Director of Undergraduate Engagement, Danny Miller were in attendance at the chartering ceremony. Former staff member Connor Gau, who led expansion efforts at McGill, was also in attendance.
The chartering brought with it even more historical significance, as Alpha Sigma Phi reached 100 active chapters for the first time in the Fraternity's long and storied history.
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