"I Believe in Sigma Pi, a Fellowship of kindred minds, united in Brotherhood to advance Truth and Justice, to promote Scholarship, to encourage Chivalry, to diffuse Culture, and to develop Character, in the Service of God and Man; and I will strive to make real the Fraternity's ideals in my own daily life."

National Recognition

Grand Sage's Cup

The Theta-Omega chapter recently won their highest honor to date: the 2012 Grand Sage's Cup for the William Raper Kennedy Tier of Sigma Pi Fraternity, International. This honor is bestowed upon the best chapter in each of the four tiers of Sigma Pi.

Important Information

Upcoming Pledge Class

We welcome our Lambda Pledge Class, which is our eleventh pledge class since chartering. Check out this site for our house address and to see our calendar of events. Welcome to Middle Tennessee State University and we hope that you consider Sigma Pi Fraternity.

- Paul Wydra, Province Archon.

Recent Awards

Chapter Recognition

The Theta-Omega chapter has won numerous awards since chartering in 2007. Some of the more recent awards include:
- 2011 MTSU President's Cup
- 2012 MTSU President's Cup
- 2013 MTSU President's Cup
- 2012 Grand Sage's Cup

For the third consecutive year, the Theta-Omega Chapter of Sigma Pi at MTSU won the university's highest honor for Greek Life, the 2013 President's Cup.

About The Fraternity

Theta-Omega Chapter, Sigma Pi Fraternity, International


Sigma Pi Fraternity, Theta-Omega Chapter chartered at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) on April 21, 2007. The chapter was started in October of 2005 by a group of men that wanted to build a new tradition and leave a legacy, one that would push Sigma Pi to the forefront of student organizations on campus. The men have different background, beliefs, majors, home towns and aspirations but are united under two Greek letters that the Founding Fathers of Theta-Omega worked so hard to attain. The men work hard on academics, athletics, social events, philanthropic, fundraising and campus activities to strengthen their stature on campus. Sigma Pi is involved in the Adopt-A-Highway Program, drunk driving awareness through the Sam Spady Foundation, which is our national philanthropy and many other campus activities.

The men of Sigma Pi at MTSU want to improve their campus experience by getting involved in worthy college activities and building lifelong friendships with the brothers and people around them. Sigma Pi are leaders on campus.

Philanthropy

See Spot Run


Join us for the Annual See Spot Run 5K Run/Walk for Habitat! CHIP TIMING for all runners! Sure to be an event to remember, participants are encouraged to run with their dogs!

Join Sigma Pi, Theta Omega as we race to support the MTSU Habitat Blitz Build and Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity in an event unlike any other in Middle Tennessee! This 5k course is both flat and fast.

Saturday, May 18, 2013 @ 9:00am on MTSU's campus. Registration begins at 7:30 A.M. at Peck Hall. The entry fee is $25 before May10th and $30 thereafter. Entry fees include a shirt to all pre-registered participants and awards to the top age group finishers.

We are offering a GROUP DISCOUNT this year. If your organization has 10 or more participants you can enter for $20 per person! This is for pre-registered racers ONLY (by 4:30pm FRIDAY, May 10th, 2013 in the Student Union 330) and you must enter as a group!

Registration is available at Active.com or by mail. Click here for the mail in form!

Please share this information with alumni, family and friends! For more information, please contact Jonathan Gandy.

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  • "All of my life I’ve been a leader. Through my years of playing sports, or my time inIraq with the Marine Corps, no leadership experience has better prepared me for later in life than my stint as the President of the Theta-Omega Chapter."
    - Rudy Basaldua (Eta Class)

  • "For me, Sigma Pi is the fuel that led me to live the perfect college experience. I'll take what I learned from being involved in the chapter over what textbooks have taught me any day. And the memories, well, I wouldn't trade them for anything."
    - Donald Abels (Epsilon Class)