The Seattle Sigma Chi Alumni Chapter is committed to excellence with both our orginization and our alumni.
Order of Constantine
Each year, the Order of Constantine recognizes a group of up to 14 Sigma Chi brothers for their commitment, dedication and service to the Fraternity. Induction into the Order of Constantine is considered to be the highest honor that the Sigma Chi Fraternity bestows upon one of its members. The honor of being named an “Order of Constantine Sig” has been conferred on just over 670 brothers since the Order's inception at the 47th Grand Chapter in 1948.
The following brothers with ties to the Seattle Alumni Chapter or Upsilon Upsilon Undergraduate Chapter have been inducted into the Order of Constantine:
Significant Sig Awards
The Sigma Chi Fraternity has recognized more than 1,500 brothers since the Significant Sig Award's inception at the 1935 Grand Chapter. Alumni in any profession, occupation or service work are eligible for consideration.
The Significant Sig award is one of the Fraternity’s highest honors. It recognizes “those alumni members whose achievements in their fields of endeavor have brought honor and prestige to the name of Sigma Chi.” The Sigma Chi Fraternity has recognized more than 1,500 brothers
since the award’s inception at the 1935 Grand Chapter. Alumni in any profession, occupation, or philanthropic endeavor are eligible for consideration. Only living members of the Fraternity are considered for the award.
Each Significant Sig receives a personalized medal, certificate, and lapel pin. For more information about the Significant Sig Award, click here.
The following Brothers with ties to the Seattle Alumni Chapter or Upsilon Upsilon Undergraduate Chapter have received this honor: