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Imagine being apart of something great. Something remarkable.

Become something more. Become a Sigma Nu.

Spring 2023

Rush/Recruitment schedule

We can not wait to meet you and get to know you. All events are held at the Sigma Nu House located at 730 University Parkway, Natchitoches, Louisiana.  If you have any questions please reach out to Ayden Butler at (469) 534-8570.  Keep with all things Sigma Nu by checking out our Instagram page.


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Sigma Nu exists to cultivate and develop ethical leaders. An education is the most important part of that formula. Your son is a student first, and a Sigma Nu second. To ensure this is happening, Sigma Nu, in accordance with the North-American Interfraternity Council, has minimum standards that hold chapter’s accountable to achieving a chapter-average GPA at or above their respective campus’ All Men Average GPA. However, many of our chapters have a higher requirement for membership. In fact, over 60% of our chapters have above a 3.0 GPA.

Not only does Sigma Nu provide lifelong bonds and friendships, we provide the tools necessary to be prepared to be successful in life after college. LEAD teaches our undergraduate members important skills, such as networking, interview and resume building skills and crisis management, to name just a few. By participating in Sigma Nu’s educational curriculum, your son will be equipped to be successful.

Sigma Nu is unique in the fact that we were founded based on honor, which stems from our founders rebelling against the common practice of hazing at the Virginia Military Institute.

The Fraternity engages in significant efforts to educate our collegiate and alumni members on the importance of creating and implementing a values-based new member experience based on the Fraternity’s LEAD Program and devoid of hazing.

Should a member have an experience otherwise, Sigma Nu provides an anti-hazing hotline and email address to anonymously report acts of hazing. These services are available not only to our collegiate members, but to you as well.  Should you believe that your son is being hazed, we encourage you to contact us 24 hours a day by calling the hotline at: 1-888-NOT-HAZE or by sending an e-mail to:

Financial responsibilities are broken up into two categories: those paid to the national organization and those paid to the local chapter. As for the national dues, there is a one-time candidate fee of $90.00 and a one-time initiation fee of $220.00. Fees to our national office are approximately $150-$175 per academic semester. In contrast, the chapter’s members will decide the dues paid to the local chapter when the constitution and by laws are written. The members will decide on a budget based on the activities they want to hold and the expenses they will incur, and then determine how much income needs to be brought in through membership. 

Currently, Mu Rho chapter dues are $650 per semester. This amount includes the national dues portion.

Being in a fraternity does involve a time commitment. As a general rule, joining a fraternity will take up the time comparable to adding a three-unit class to your schedule. Being on a committee, you can add an additional lab. Being an executive officer, such as Vice-President or Treasurer, you can expect to take on an internship. Being the President can be compared to taking on a new job.

Get involved! We are always looking for volunteers to help with chapter functions and parent organizations. We encourage you to seek out the chapter officers and alumni. Communicate with them if you have concerns. They should be able to answer any questions that you may have.

Above all else, you should be asking your son questions, such as:

  • How is your experience going so far?
  • Are you doing okay balancing the new time commitments?
  • How are your grades?
  • What have you been learning through Sigma Nu?
  • Have you taken CommunityEdu yet? What stood out to you?
  • What has your new member program involved?
  • What’s going well in the chapter? What’s not going so well?

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