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 http://www.isualphasigs.com
Chapter Phone 712-309-1620
National Founded December 6, 1845
National Website http://www.alphasigmaphi.org/
National Phone 317-843-1911
Alpha Sigma Phi - Phi Chapter
223 Lynn Avenue

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  • Dues: $3950/sem (living in) or $430/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
    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