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Sigma Nu Returns!
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Welcome to the University of Wyoming Fraternity/Sorority community. This site
provides information for potential members. If you have questions,
you will most certainly find the answers here, or at least know
where to find them after your visit.
We hope that after you browse this page, you'll understand why every student -- regardless of age, background, and history -- might consider becoming a member of a Fraternal organization. You'll see why Greek is a good decision for you now and in your future, and you'll learn how to make a specific chapter that's right for you a part of your life.
Though this site is a great resource for you and your parents now, it is imperative that you take time to visit individual chapters before you make your decision, either as a part of formal recruitment activities or on your own.
Are you ready to meet some great students on campus and get involved, check our our recruitment page for information on how to join: GO GREEK!
Best of luck to you on your quest. We know you'll find a home within the UW Fraternity/Sorority community!
Sigma Nu Returns to the University of Wyoming
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. is pleased to announce the recolonization of our Epsilon Delta Chapter at the University of Wyoming during the fall semester of 2013. The fraternity looks forward to working with administrators, alumni and students to reestablish a positive presence on campus for years to come.
Check out the press release here.
Service Projects Fall 2012...
Last fall, our chapters raised over $10,000 in donations for local and nationwide charities.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon raised over $3,500 for Cathedral Home for Children, a local non-profit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence, despair, and failure since 1910.
Delta Delta Delta raised over $5,000 for St. Jude's Childrens Hospital. The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. No child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.
Kappa Kappa Gamma has raised over $4,000 from the "Mr. Wyoming" event. All proceeds go to benefit the Albany Red Cross.
Order of Omega delivered over 50 backpacks of food to children in Albany County.
Sigma Lambda Gamma raised over $500 for Breast Cancer Awareness.
April 27th: We will be hosting a workshop for fraternity/sorority students called Motivating the Middle from 2-5 pm in Room 21 of the Business Building
April 30th: The 2013 Annual Fraternity/Sorority Life Spring Awareds of Excellence and Dessert Reception at 7:00 pm in the Union Ballroom