Save the Dates

2019 Montana Homecoming October 4-5

Join the brothers on Friday the 4th for no host lunch from Noon-1 pm at the Press Box Sports Bar Upper Room, 835 East Broadway, Missoula.

On Saturday the 5th, Beta Delta will host a tailgate at Noon at the traditional spot northwest of the Adams Fieldhouse. The Montana Grizzlies take on the Idaho State Bengals at an hour to be determined. Beta Delta will be purchasing a block of tickets for brothers, sweethearts and friends. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, contact Nate Cranston ’03 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 406.531.9033.

Following the game, a reception will be held at 1110 Gerald Avenue for brothers and others. Come meet the undergrads and pledges!

2019 Captains Cup BBQ & Golf Tournament June 7-8

Missoula Area Sigma Chi Alumni Association is once again hosting this Sigma Chi tradition on June 7-8. A barbeque will kick off the weekend on Friday June 7th 6 pm at 1110 Gerald Avenue. On Saturday June 8th 9 am at the Missoula Country Club, golfers will vie for the coveted blue jackets and bragging rights. Cheating is discouraged but likely.

Brothers and friends are invited. To save your slot and/or to be a prize sponsor, contact Brady “Beard” Tommerup ’07 at 360.931.0789 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Cost per person is $129 for the BBQ and golf. Formal registration will be announced soon.


LiteratureTraces on the Landscape

In 2017, I attended UM Homecoming in Missoula and met Beta Delta brother Doug Midgett ’61. Doug attended the traditional homecoming luncheon on Friday at the Press Box Sports Bar and was distributing copies of a book titled "Traces on the Landscape" written by his father Kent. It traces the history of the Midgett family which immigrated from Illinois to the town of Sumatra, Rosebud County, Montana in 1914. It is very personal in its description of family life and challenges and details the period when the Milwaukie Railroad induced thousands to homestead Montana by marketing it as a rural paradise with free homestead land available for the taking. Many thousands, including the Midgetts, moved there lock, stock and barrel.

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Alumni Gathering

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Alumni Gathering
L to R: Howie Wright ’68, Mike Wood ’69, Mike Schruth ’68


Core Values, Vision, and Mission

Core Values
Sigma Chi’s core values are Friendship, Justice and Learning. Our vision is to become the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization — aligned, focused and living our core values. Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and community.

The fundamental purpose of the Sigma Chi Fraternity is the cultivation, maintenance and promotion of the core values of Friendship, Justice and Learning.

In the pursuit of these high ideals, the Sigma Chi Fraternity is able to offer tremendous value in augmenting the collegiate experience and supporting the lifelong journey of each of its members. We hope to assist brothers in becoming men of character, caring husbands, compassionate fathers and community leaders.