Alpha Sigma Phi - Phi Chapter

223 Lynn Avenue
Ames, IA 50014

<p>Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University on December 6, 1845. Three young men: Louis Manigault, Horace Spangler Weiser, and Stephen Ormsby Rhea, all freshmen, met and laid down the basic principles of a society that today counts its membership in the thousands.</p> <p>Since 1845, Alpha Sigma Phi has maintained a proud tradition of creating and perpetuating brotherhood for good men coast to coast. Dedicated alumni have long preserved and enriched the "Old Gal's" tradition with a vision for the future that exemplifies the experiences of the past. Through the years, many brothers have noted that Alpha Sigma Phi made a significant contribution early in their lives. With gratitude, these members have remained loyal and are supportive of the Fraternity's future.</p> <p>Today, Alpha Sigma Phi is recognized as a fraternity of quality and stature. With 68 chapters and multiple colonies the Fraternity continues to offer meaningful services and opportunities to over 2,000 undergraduates and 40,000 living alumni.</p>

Nickname Alpha Sig
Philanthropy Homes for our Troops Aware Awake Alive RAINN Shatterproof Active Minds
Colors Cardinal and Stone
Symbols The Phoenix
Chapter Founded May 8, 1920
Chapter Website
Chapter Phone
National Founded December 6, 1845
National Website
National Phone 317-843-1911
Alpha Sigma Phi - Phi Chapter
223 Lynn Avenue


  • Dues: $4000/sem (living in) or $450/sem (out)
  • Style of living: Dorm-style
  • Maximum capacity: 46
  • Internet: High-speed Wireless & Ethernet
  • Cable: Yes
  • Other Information: National Leadership Retreats and Scholarships Available
    Owners of ISU Touchdown Cannon
    Many parking spots available (Free if living in-house)
    2 scholarships offered to incoming freshmen based on high school achievement
    Scholarships offered to members with top ~20% GPA, overall highest GPA and most improved GPA
    Fresh Lunch and Dinner delivered daily during the week
    Snacks provided weekly
    Unlimited supply of cereal and milk
    Multiple study rooms
  • Freshmen: Expected to live in house