MISSOULA — Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity will start a new chapter at the University of Montana beginning this fall. Missoula-area alumni and Alpha Sigma Phi staff members will recruit on campus beginning Wednesday, Aug. 26.
“We’re extremely excited to be expanding to the University of Montana and to share our brotherhood with young men looking to create a positive fraternity experience while challenging the status quo of what it means to be a Greek on campus,” said Layton River, Alpha Sigma Phi assistant director of expansion and growth.
Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University on Dec. 6, 1845, and the fraternity has 129 active chapters and colonies across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, with more than 52,000 living alumni. Alpha Sigma Phi’s values are silence, charity, purity, honor and patriotism.
For more information email Alpha Sigma Phi Coordinator of Expansion and Growth Adam Stahon at email@example.com or UM Interim Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Involvement Caitlin Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org.