Zeta Lambda at the University of Tulsa
Sigma Nu has a long and storied history on the campus of the University of Tulsa. Founded in 1951, the chapter has initiated 645 men into the fraternity’s ranks. However, in late 2004 facing a failed rush and issues with the University, Sigma Nu National made the hard decision to temporarily suspend chapter operations. Nationals suggested a four to five year timeline before reactivating the chapter to allow Zeta Lambda the opportunity at having a fresh and entirely new student base. Alumni and representatives from Nationals have begun the process to reactivate the chapter and move toward initiating ZΛ 646.
Nationals has issued a letter of intent with the University to reactivate Zeta Lambda chapter. To reinforce National’s efforts and to provide a framework for alumni support, a group of alumni have begun the process of establishing the Zeta Lambda Alumni Chapter. You will be hearing a great deal about both of these developments in the near future.
At this point in time, you can help most by getting the word out to our Alumni. Send email addresses, check this website, and join the Sigma Nu alumni Facebook group. Our success depends upon each and every one of you.
- Headquartered in Lexington, Virginia, Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded in 1869 at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. Sigma Nu currently has 185+ active chapters and colonies on college campuses throughout the United States and Canada, and has initiated over 219,000 members since its founding.
- A member of the Lexington Triad, along with Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Tau Omega.
- Sigma Nu is an Honor Fraternity, founded against Hazing.
- Very strong alumni presence in the region: The University of Tulsa (645 men initiated), The University of Central Oklahoma (200+ men initiated), The University of Oklahoma (2,100+ men initiated), Oklahoma State University (2,600+ men initiated) and The University of Arkansas (3,100+ men initiated).
- Famous Alumni include: Harrison Ford (Ripon College), Paul Rudd (Kansas), Bob Barker (Drury), Trent Lott (Ole Miss), Joe Buck (Indiana), Al Michaels (ASU), Archie Manning (Ole Miss), Paul "Bear" Bryant (Alabama), Eli Manning (Ole Miss), Rick Neuheisel (UCLA), Pat Riley (Kentucky), Jon Hamm (UT-Austin), Phil Allen (Tulsa).