Sigma Alpha Mu is excited to announce the return of the Eta Chapter at Syracuse University during the fall semester. In partnership with the Fraternity and Sorority Affairs Office and with the approval of the Interfraternity Council, Sammy will be back on the Syracuse campus.
Since being founded in 1913, the Eta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu initiated over 1,800 men. Notable Eta Chapter alumni include 1961 Heisman Trophy winner Ernie Davis (Syracuse, ‘60), former Mayor of Detroit and NBA player Dave Bing (Syracuse, ‘65), and renowned entertainment business manager and founder of our Fraternity’s Philanthropy, The Judy Fund, Marshall Gelfand (Syracuse, ‘45).
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Eta Chapter has multiple long-standing alumni support structures, the Eta SAM House Corporation and Eta SAM Foundation. As we prepare for a successful return this fall we are looking for alumni to support the chapter’s return and establish a Chapter Advisory Board. If you are interested or would like to recommend someone to support the chapter please contact Alex Hart, Director of Growth, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to joining the Syracuse community this fall as we foster our vision: Transform Sigma Alpha Mu into the first choice of collegians seeking a forward-thinking, inclusive fraternity which enhances the university experience and prepares the fraternity member for a fulfilling life.
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Sigma Alpha Mu was founded in 1909 at the College of the City of New York as a fraternity of Jewish men; the organization has been open to all men of good moral character since 1953. Sigma Alpha Mu’s vision is to be the first choice of collegians seeking a forward-thinking, inclusive fraternity that enhances the university experience and prepares the fraternity member for a fulfilling life. With its International Headquarters located in Indianapolis, IN, the fraternity currently has 48 collegiate chapters and over 59,000 living alumni.