The Iota Phi chapter of Sigma Chi has established a phenomenal reputation at the University of North Texas since its conception in 1990. The members of our chapter truly represent the ideals by which Sigma Chi was established. The success that our student leaders have achieved is a testament to the noble purposes and designs of our Fraternity. Over half of our Chapter is involved in other organizations throughout the University, including the current and immediate past Interfraternity Council Presidents, North Texas Top Forty Student Leaders, the Denton Wesley Foundation, the Student Investment Group, the Rugby Team, the Orientation Team, and the Eagle Camp Staff.
The concerns of our young men extend far beyond the confines of campus life. Community service and philanthropic activities are integral components of our Fraternity. Our annual philanthropies, Fight Night and Derby Days, has raised over $52,000 for local and national philanthropies since 2006. Fight Night remains to be the largest and most well respected philanthropy in all of Greek life at UNT. We enjoy reaching out to those in our community, and we believe that it unites us as a Chapter as well. The faith, leadership and scholastic achievement of our young men define our Fraternity, and truly separates us from other Greek organizations.
We take great pride in the reputation we have built and we look forward to the future growth of our Fraternity. If you are new to North Texas as a student, parent, faculty, or staff and would like to learn more about Sigma Chi, please feel free to contact with us.