About

Alpha Sigma Phi-Kappa Colony aims to be the co-curricular organization of choice for individual leaders through the provision of an enriching brotherhood experience and a full range of character and leadership development opportunities. Through its community involvement, brotherhood development, and leadership training our fraternity aims to not only help students become better men in the classroom, but we also strive to be recognized in the Greek-Community and the greater Madison Community for our efforts. We are a Fraternity of men seeking to become better individuals through our experiences together. Our brotherhood is founded on the principals of Honor, Purity, Charity, Silence, and Patriotism. We seek to actively live out our values in our everyday lives and we hope that we can be a true asset to our community through service, philanthropy, and by being true upstanding citizens of character. Alpha Sigma Phi, Kappa Colony at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a revival chapter that has not been on campus since 1956. Our goals as a group are to become influential Fraternity men through leadership development, to re-integrate into the UW-Madison Greek Community, and To Better The Man. By living our values, volunteering in our community, and developing a program for scholarship and philanthropy, we will develop leaders among students to help improve the UW-Madison campus environment, as well as, the Greek Community.

Motto

To Better the Man

Community Service & Philanthropies

Alpha Sigma Phi partners with five national charities – one for each of the Fraternity’s Five Values
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Humane Society
Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America
Homes for our Troops

Fun Facts

Colors

Cardinal and Stone

Symbol

Phoenix

Famous Alumni

Notable National alumni

 

General Information

Address

 

Local Founding

Colony status: 2013

National Founding

Yale University, 1845

Website

National: www.alphasigmaphi.org
Local: http://www.wiscalphasigs.org