Welcome to the Sigma Chi A Section info page on Kettering University’s Website.
Our Brothers come from all parts of the State of Michigan and the United States. Our 35 active members pursue degrees of engineering in mechanical, electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering, as well as computer and physical science. On Campus our Brothers are members and leaders of societies and clubs including Trap and Skeet, Student Alumni Council, Engineers Without Borders, Inter-Fraternity Council, Relay for Life, Kettering Student Government, Order of Omega and several others. Brothers also work on campus as tour guides, recreation center managers and assistants, Camp Compass, and first Year experience instructors.
Our Co-Op work assignments have Brothers working at companies such as Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, Mubea, Borgwarner, Advics, Schaeffler Group, General Motors, Textron, Webasto, Siemens, Asahi Kasei Corp, PPG Paints, Bosch, Hurley Medical Center, and many others.
Either at school or at work, our Brothers strive to exemplify the values of Sigma Chi.
Our Chapter became Sigma Chi in 1963 when the local Fraternity, Phi Sigma Phi, sought to become a national Fraternity. Celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2013, the Chapter continues to be a stand out Fraternity at Kettering University. Our house located at 704 East Main Street, Flushing Michigan, has been home to thousands of Brothers over the years. It has served as the main launching point for our Brothers to organize our philanthropic and community service events. This year our Chapter’s Derby Days efforts raised over $3,000 for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
For more information please visit our updated website.
Zeta Theta B
704 E. Main St.
In Hoc Signo Vinces
Joe Bober (President)
Austin Waldrop (President)