Gamma Sigma Phi (ΓΣΦ)

Gamma Sigma Phi was founded at the University of the South by ten African-American students who sought to make a cultural impact on campus Greek life by "filling a gap." Their founding charter and creed guides all Gamma men in pursuit of enriching, diversified experiences on the Mountain and beyond. Alumni include clergymen, educators, and veterans of the armed forces, many of whom remain involved with the university. Undergraduate members are represented in several varsity sports, music, and clubs across campus.

Chapter Nickname: Gamma

When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee:  Easter 1999

Motto:  Ready Made Men

Values:  Courage, Humility, Leadership, and Respect

Philanthropy:  Blue Monarch

Annual Programs: Gamma vs. Professors Basketball Fundraiser; We also support Theta Pi's Turkey Trot

Colors:  Blue and Gold

Symbol: Ten Stars and Shield

Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.0

Chapter Officers

Chapter President:  Malik Hodge

Social Chair:  Oz Seirra-Pleigo, Migeul Portillo

Rush Chair:  Mate Szurop