Sigma Beta Rho Today

“Largest and fastest growing fraternity of its kind”

Modern day Sigma Beta Rho has grown considerably since its inception. It has expanded from its roots in the East Coast with 42 recognized chapters and colonies that span the breadth of the nation. This growth stems from a reputation for excellent values-based programming, diversity amongst our brotherhood, and alignment with the values of many students striving for a competitive edge before entering a post-globalized workplace.

As an organization which prides itself in having individuals from every continent, ethnicity, and religion, we seek to foster enriching cross-cultural discourse both amongst our members and extended to campus communities. Through the efforts of our brothers, we have become the largest and most expansive fraternity of our kind in less than 17 years. With each passing day, we realize that we are another day closer to the nationwide network envisioned by our Founding Fathers.

Over the years, we have carried our ideals of Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance beyond our original objectives. We promote diversity within our organization, as illustrated by the map below marking all countries and heritages from which our brothers hail. With such a strong foundation of brothers, we continue to create capable and upstanding leaders for the community that has done so much for us.

Sigma Beta Rho Member Nationalities

Council Affiliations

North American Interfraternity Conference

On April 15, 2007, Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity was inducted into the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) as its 69th member. Sigma Beta Rho has since maintained active status with the NIC.

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National APIA Panhellenic Association

Sigma Beta Rho is a charter member, or founding member, of the National APIA Panhellenic Association (NAPA). Furthermore, Sigma Beta Rho member, the late Akash Kuruvilla, co-authored the original constitution for NAPA.

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Brotherhood Beyond All Barriers. Established August 16, 1996.