Delta Delta Chapter
Slippery Rock University
Founded: November 7, 1970
Ideal Chapter Size: 35
President - Richard Giovanetti
Recruitment Director - Ryan Bombich
Alumni Director - Zach Yeskatalas
Grand Chapter Advisor - Ryan Bixby
Alumni Association President - Jeremiah Rosser
Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup - 
Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup - 
Delta Beta Xi
Bixby, Ryan C. '97 
Kleinoeder Graduate Scholar of the Year
Bixby, Ryan C. '97 
Slippery Rock State University was established in 1889. An Alpha Sigma Phi colony was organized on the campus in June 1969. The colony's membership grew to 25 and a petition for charter was submitted. The charter members were initiated at the Alpha Nu Chapter house on November 7, 1970. Alpha Sigma Phi was the fourth fraternity to charter a chapter at the school. The chapter was chartered on November 14, 1970, by Grand Marshal George Lord, Ohio Wesleyan '61, and Administrative Secretary Edward Madison, Alabama '59. The chapter has had housing off campus at times, and has operated with on campus meeting facilities at other times. Efforts to develop an alumni corporation and obtain suitable permanent off campus housing were underway in the early 1990's. The chapter won the Slippery Rock Outstanding Chapter of the Year Award for the 2004-2005 academic year and the Greek Week Championship in 2003, 2004, and 2005. The chapter newsletter is "The Rock Report."
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