Welcome to the Lambda Tau Chapter of Sigma Chi at
Florida Atlantic University

Joining a fraternity as an undergraduate is not just about your experience while in college, but for the rest of your life. When you become a member of Sigma Chi, you can proudly say all the time, even after you've graduated that you ARE a member of Sigma Chi, not you were. The lifelong membership into this brotherhood has lasted for over 155 years and continues to grow each and every day.        

If you are interested in joining the Sigma Chi brotherhood at Florida Atlantic University, please visit the Recruitment link on the left hand side of the page. Also feel free to visit the Officer link to get information about our Recruitment Chairmen or for more information. We are always happy to meet with guys who are interested in joining our brotherhood. For a list of Rush events check back to the Calendar link to stay up to date.

    If you are alumni who lives in the South Florida area, please get in contact with our Tribune, whose information you can find in the Officers section.  Please check back from time to time to view upcoming events such as alumni tailgates or barbecues and to see how the Lambda Tau Chapter is doing. “Sigma Chi requires more of men than any other badge in the Greek world”, and as always we live that to the fullest each and every day. For any questions don’t hesitate to contact myself or any other officers of the chapter. Our contact information is located on the left side of the screen.

In Hoc Signo Vinces:

Christopher Remus    
Consul (President)

To learn more about us, visit the Sigma Chi Fraternity website at:


"When I became a Sigma Chi it was great, because they were the people I enjoyed being with and I was very proud of the association. It was kind of an instant confidence builder for me--that what I considered the best fraternity on campus had actually wanted me. And I had always been very shy and without a lot of confidence. So it was a really good social experience and for me it was also a social maturation. It was a great benefit."

  - David Letterman