Quick Facts About Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity
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Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity is equally owned and operated by its initiated brothers. There are approximately 8,000 undergraduate brothers and 56,000 living alumni.
December 6, 1845 Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Alpha Sigma Phi is the Nation's 10th oldest fraternity.
Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis. First established in New York, New York, 1919. In 1946, the office moved to Delaware, Ohio. The office was moved to Indiana in 1996. A new headquarters building was dedicated in 2002.
GRAND SENIOR PRESIDENT
Jeff Hoffman, Member-at-Large '76 (2018 - present).
GRAND COUNCIL (a.k.a GOVERNING BOARD)
Consists of 12 voting members and two non-voting members, including nine alumni members and three undergraduate members. The Grand Historian and General Counsel are appointed by the Grand Senior President and approved by the Grand Council and are non-voting members.
PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Gordy Heminger, Bowling Green '96 (2009 - present).
Financial position reported annually on a July 1 - June 30 Fiscal Year.
Alpha Sigma Phi Foundation
CLVEN National House Corporation
The Fraternity currently recognizes 174 chapters and provisional chapters. The Fraternity recognizes active chapters, provisional chapters and interest groups in the United States and Canada.
The Fraternity also recognizes 78 Chapter Alumni Associations according to the guidelines provided in the National Constitution.
There are approximately 8,000 undergraduate brothers and 56,000 living alumni.
NATIONAL PHILANTHROPIC PARTNERS
At the 2013 Elevate - International Leadership Conference at Marshall University, the Fraternity announced that instead of having just one national philanthropy, it would now partner with five national charities one for each of the Fraternity's Five Values.
SILENCE - RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
CHARITY - Humane Society
PURITY - Aware Awake Alive
HONOR - Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
PATRIOTISM - Homes for Our Troops
VISION, MISSION AND PURPOSE OF FRATERNITY
Vision: to be the co-curricular and continuing organization of choice.
Mission: to Better the World through Better Men.
Purpose: To Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism.