Sigma Pi is one of the largest social fraternities in the United States. Established in 1897 at Vincennes University in southwestern Indiana, the fraternity has now developed over 230 chapters across 33 states. Our chapter part of the 11-member New Jersey province, led by province archon and Gamma-Eta alumnus Ian Wolf, as well as Grand Sage and Monmouth University alumnus Joe Palozzolo.
The Gamma-Eta chapter was founded at Rutgers College in 1964, and after several years of inactivity, was rechartered by a group of undergraduates led by Jordan Zuber and Ethan Artboothnot in 2011. Their vision was for a fraternity that combined the social brotherhood that is coveted by all fraternities with the philanthropic presence of a campus service organization.
Since being rechartered seven years ago, our chapter has grown to become one of the largest active fraternities at Rutgers. With expectations of large new member classes over the next few semesters, combined with an exponentially increasing campus presence, Sigma Pi has its sights on becoming one of the premier Greek organizations at Rutgers over the years to come.