The Delta Phi Chapter of Sigma Chi


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We appreciate you taking the time to find out what the Delta Phi Chapter of Sigma Chi has to offer students at the University of Puget Sound. Our brotherhood is based on the ideals of Friendship, Justice, and Learning, and our mission is to strengthen the leadership qualities of young men who appreciate the same ideals.

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New Furniture Fundraiser

The Delta Phi Chapter is looking to renovate the furniture in its main floor sitting room! Our hope is to raise funds to purchase quality, aesthetically appealing and durable chairs, sofas and tables that will improve the image of the house and the comfort of its brothers for generations to come.

If you would like to contribute to the furniture renovation fund, you may make a donation on PayPal to Delta Phi alumnus Bruce Sadler's account, Please click HERE to make a donation. Furniture is planned to be purchased in mid-November. Thank you for your support!

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Jack Elder

Sig Spotlight: Jack Elder

Class Year: 2015

Studying: Biochemistry

Hometown: Sammamish, Washington

Bio: "I am a dedicated student and I enjoy getting involved in the Puget Sound and Tacoma communities. Sigma Chi has aided me in exercising both of these areas of interest. Sigma Chi has provided opportunities for me to involve myself in other campus activities and Tacoma philanthropic organizations. Most distinctly, it was several other fraternity brothers who helped pique my interest in the Perspectives freshman Orientation program. Outside of school, I enjoy water and snow skiing, biking, kayaking and spending time with family and friends. "