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Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on Earth.”

Beta Delta Chapter, as you know, is blessed with two Alumni Boards that serve its interests. Serving on one of those Boards is Alumni President, Bradley Cederberg, a 2006 graduate of the University of Montana and of Beta Delta, Sigma Chi. His days didn’t begin at 1110 Gerald, but if history tells us anything, it’s not always about how you start, rather how you finish.

“I began my Greek involvement at Arizona State,” Cederberg recalls. “They had dozens of houses and thousands of men rushing their houses. I toured a number of options but decided on Sigma Chi with a nudge from my dad, Dan Cederberg ‘75, who is a Beta Delta. I transferred to Montana for my sophomore year and completed my initiation at Sigma Chi. I fell in love with 1110 Gerald and really enjoyed the party scene. There were also several active members who were very involved in student government and took academics seriously. Getting to know members of my pledge class sealed the deal for me.”

Sigma Chi, for this Beta Delta Alumnus, was more than just a place to live and eat the delicious meals, prepared by Amber, the house cook. For Cederberg, the sense of history, the long-term connections, and being connected to a vibrant group of young men continues to pay dividends.

“I want to make sure Sigma Chi is around for another 110 years so that future generations can have the experience that I hold so dear,” said the 2006 Beta Delta grad.

And in that giving back, Cederberg will give the gift of his time and intelligence back to the University this fall, when he will teach an investments course at the UM Business School- a course he took as an undergraduate. He’s familiar with the scenery in more ways than one.

“I have spoken at the Business College and served on the Finance and Accounting Advisory Board. I have never been responsible for a class from start to finish,” he says. “I took this class when I was an undergrad. It not only taught me something, it focused on my career goals. Tim Kato, who taught the course at that time, is now a colleague of mine. He remains someone whom I both respect and learn from. I want to give current students an opportunity to experience the same thing. I also love interacting with talented students. Tis class is limited to a small group of 15 or so dedicated individuals- I have already met with a few of them and their enthusiasm is contagious.”

“My time at UM was special to me,” recalls Cederberg. “I hope to pass along some of that magic to current students. I also hope to improve upon my own industry knowledge. Preparing for the class has reminded me that I still have a lot to learn about a business to which I have dedicated myself for over 10 years.”

Be dedicated to your studies, your Brothers, and have some fun- the sage advice of proud Beta Delta, and tireless volunteer, Bradley Cederberg.

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.

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

Mission
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.