News

  • Past IFC President Update

    Mike Wathen Leverages Experience as President Into Successful Law Career

    Mike Wathen ’91 learned a significant life lesson during his time as Interfraternity Council president at the University of Maryland. His experience was one that required listening to and weighing carefully the diverse needs and desires of entirely different groups, an experience that honed skills essential to his career today. What he learned prompted his advice to the incoming IFC president.

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  • Maryland Elects New IFC President

    Dan Yelsits elected president of the Interfraternity Council

    Dan Yelsits ’20 was elected president of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Maryland on December 3, 2018. Yelsits is a member of Gamma Chi Sigma Chi and looking forward to representing his fraternity well as IFC president.

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  • Alumni Profile

    How Jeff Wang led IFC during fraternity identity crisis

    Jeff Wang ’99 served as Interfraternity Council president at the University of Maryland during a time when fraternities on campus were struggling to find their identity. Their purpose and impact on the community were ambiguous at best, and the lack of clarity led to poor decisions.

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  • Alumni Profile: Jim Spencer '90

    Maryland Alumni Assoc. President-elect Brother Jim Spencer '90 seizes the opportunity to give back...

    James (Jim) Spencer ‘90 is proud to be investing in his alma mater through his service on the University of Maryland Alumni Association. For the past six years, and four more to come, Spencer has been honored to participate in a variety of roles. After serving four years on the Board of Governors, he moved into the president-elect role in June 2017. In June 2019, he will serve as president, followed by two years as past-president.

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  • Alumni Profile: Gregory Schaub '82

    Brother Schaub '82, hopes to spend more time on the Maryland campus...

    Gregory Schaub '82 retired from a full career in the finance world in early December. Most recently, he spent 20 years at JP Morgan Chase. Despite retirement, Schaub has launched his own consulting firm and serves on the University Of Maryland Alumni Association Board Of Governors, and chairs the committee for the Gamma Chi scholarship fund. Texas has been home for the Schaub family since 1995, though they have recently decided to make Washington, D.C. a second home.

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Brothers, Rushees & Parents,

Welcome to the new website of the Sigma Chi Fraternity at the University of Maryland.

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Core Values, Vision and Mission

Sigma Chi’s core values are Friendship, Justice and Learning. Our vision is to become the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization — aligned, focused and living our core values. Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and community.

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