Alpha Sigma Phi ("Alpha Sig") Fraternity
Alpha Sigma Phi is one of the national fraternities at Otterbein. We are a close-knit, motivated, successful group of men. As a chapter, we have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. Just last spring, we were crowned Greek Week champions, won the Chapter of the Year award, and our president, Mitch Maletic, was honored as the Greek Man of the year. We look forward to building off of that success this year. Our members are a very diverse group of individuals, with a number of different interests, backgrounds, and majors. One thing we all share is the bonds of brotherhood and a desire to be successful.
Alpha Sigma Phi is America’s 10th oldest fraternity, and was established at Yale University in 1845, two years before Otterbein’s founding. There are currently 164 recognized chapters and colonies throughout the country, including 16 in Ohio. Alpha sig’s from any school are always welcome at any of these other chapters, and we regularly interact with members from every chapter at national conferences that our headquarters put on for us. Membership in Alpha Sigma Phi gives you access to a network of 3,800 current undergraduate members, and tens of thousands of alumni.
Alpha Sig’s across the nation are guided by 5 key values. These values are honor, charity, purity, silence, and patriotism. These values guide everything we do, both collectively as a fraternity and on our own as individuals. The vision of this fraternity is to better the world by building better men. We aim to take promising members, and help them achieve their highest potential through our actions as a fraternity.
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