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Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. Expands to Georgia State University!


Fraternity & Sorority Life is pleased to announce a partnership with Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. to establish a chapter during the spring of 2021. The Fraternity is excited to bring the legacy of leadership and self-betterment to the Georgia State University community.

Sigma Beta Rho is offering a unique opportunity for a select group of outstanding men to build a Sigma Beta Rho chapter at Georgia State University.We are looking for exceptional men who want to contribute to their Panther community, gain valuable leadership skills, develop themselves personally and professionally, create meaningful lifelong friendships, and take full advantage of their collegiate experience.

For more information about Sigma Beta Rho, please visit www.sigmabetarho.com or contact the following Sigma Beta Rho staff member:
Phi Nguyen
Executive Director
E-mail: executivedirector@sigmabetarho.com


About Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc.
Sigma Beta Rho (www.sigmabetarho.com) is a national multicultural fraternity. Our pillars of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance were established upon the formation of the Alpha chapter at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, on August 16, 1996. Our founders realized the unique promise of a Greek-lettered organization that instills positive values among its members, provides an avenue for leadership, and promotes self-betterment.

In the nascent stages, the founders understood that they must maintain a constant and growing nationwide network in order to truly manifest their organizational vision. Modern day Sigma Beta Rho has grown substantially since its inception. Sigma Beta Rho has founded chapters at over 70 colleges and institutions across the country, and currently maintains 35 active undergraduate chapters. This growth stems from a reputation of excellence, values-based programming, diversity among our brotherhood, and alignment with the ideals of many students who strive for a competitive edge before entering a post-globalized working world.

Frequently Asked Questions

LATEST NEWS: The COVID19 pandemic has resulted in a number of changes to our normal business operations. We want to provide you the most up-to-date information and details related to our office and services. We will put you in touch with a member of our team no matter where they may be seated. We look forward to assisting you with all of your needs.

The Fraternity & Sorority Life office remains available to help you for the remainder of the semester. Students can easily connect with us by following us on social media at @greeklifegsu on Instagram, email at greeklife@gsu.edu,on the Panther Involvement Network (pin.gsu.edu) or call 404-413-1582 during business hours.


Many of the chapters on campus are holding recruitment and intake activities this year. If you are interested in joining an organization please visit our "How to Join" page for more details.

All travel scheduled is currently restricted to ensure compliance with the guidance from the University System of Georgia, CDC, and public health agencies. We recommend that all organizations examine activities and abide by the guidelines set by the CDC. You can find more information on this online at https://www.gsu.edu/coronavirus/travel/.

Chapters are allowed to hold in-person meetings and events as long as they are compliant with guidelines set by the University System of Georgia, CDC, and public health agencies, both on and off campus. However, we highly encourage all organizations to host as many meetings and events virtually as possible, as many students are only enrolled in online courses and the capacities of rooms across campus have been greatly reduced.

Please consult with your national organization and Fraternity & Sorority Life staff for guidelines and resources for virtual meetings.  Georgia State University provides many online tools to students, faculty, and staff, which can be found online at technology.gsu.edu. You can also use Panther Involvement Network (PIN) to virtually manage your organization, including messaging, file storage, voting via Forms, and elections.

Yes, council presidents should consult with their primary advisor. The Interfraternity, Multicultural Greek, National Pan-Hellenic, and Panhellenic Councils will continue to meet virtually.

Organizations who have a room or locker can access their rooms and lockers during regular building hours. Please note that organization rooms now have a capacity of eight (8) people and masks should be worn if more than one person is present.

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