The Sigma Chi Fraternity was founded in 1855 at Miami University in Ohio. Not long after, the Alpha Theta Chapter at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was founded in 1882, making it one of Sigma Chi's oldest chapters and is the longest continuously operating fraternity at MIT.
Sitting in Back Bay, one of Boston's most beautiful and peaceful neighborhoods, Sigma Chi is just a short walk away from the MIT Campus. Nearby are Fenway Park, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, and Downtown Boston.
Our brothers are heavily involved in campus, choosing to participate in many Varsity sports as well as numerous clubs. In addition to working in the classroom and on the field, we as brothers strive to uphold the core principles of Sigma Chi; friendship, justice and learning. By adhering to these principles, we at the Alpha Theta chapter hope to continue to develop generations of successful men.
Meet and learn all about the Brothers of Sigma Chi
MIT Fraternity Rush starts on September 2nd 2018. Learn more about events and the path to becoming a brother.
Learn more about living in our beautiful Back Bay House over the summer
Sigma Chi is the largest and one of the oldest fraternities in the world. Through our core priciples of friendship, justice and learning, we hope to build the next generation of leaders and gentlemen