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Mission Statement: The mission of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to foster an inclusive environment and commitment to student growth, academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development, positive relationships, and risk reduction education.
Vision: To provide excellence in active advising of fraternity and sorority leaders that will create life-long bonds through the principles encompassed in fraternal values.
Values: Building trust, developing healthy relationships, and effective communication are the primary values that drive fraternity and sorority life actions.
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News & Announcements
UCF’s Sigma Chi chapter recently spent a Saturday at Wekiwa Springs State Park, but it wasn’t for a barbecue.
Fraternity members spent hours in the cold waters of the springs ripping out algae that’s choking the natural treasure. It was the second year Sigma Chi has volunteered for the “Restore the Blue” initiative.
Stay connected with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and all events going on in our community. This week's newsletter highlights our Knoteworthy Knights, info about Greek Week, pictures from Knight-Thon, upcoming events and much more! Did your chapter make the newsletter this week?
Stay connected with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and all events going on in our community. This week's newsletter highlights Knight-thon, AKA Lip Sync, Sigma Chi, Dr. Strayhorn, upcoming events and much more! Did your chapter make the newsletter this week?
Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES) distributes ‘Retention Briefings’ highlighting departmental best practices that promote student retention, graduation, and success. These briefings showcase the outstanding work of SDES departments in creating inclusive environments that support all UCF students. The briefings also provide data that demonstrates the division’s impact on student persistence and highlights divisional efforts that contribute to student retention.
This Feb. 16-20th, Sigma Chi at the University of Central Florida held their annual philanthropy, Derby Days. Derby Days is held by every chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity nationwide and goes to support the Huntsman Cancer Institute in their initiative to eradicate cancer. In 2013, Sigma Chi chapters nationwide donated their 1 millionth dollar to the Huntsman Cancer Institute as a whole. Here at the UCF chapter, there has been a long history of successful Derby Days, but this year we raised more money for cancer than ever before.