Well over one hundred years of existence is an incredible feat for any organization. Since 1884, the Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu has not only survived, but has thrived at The University of Kansas.

Once the highest spot in Lawrence, Kansas, the historic Sigma Nu mansion stands as a symbol of where we have been and, more importantly, where we are going. Built by former Kansas Governor, Walter Roscoe Stubbs in 1907, the mansion has been home for the Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu since 1922.

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We set our academic standards to compete at the highest level and exceed those standards year after year.


Engaging with other students of KU (Greek and non-Greek) to make a lasting difference within the community.


The expectations we set for our men are scribed to sculpt them for success beyond their academic careers.
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As before, the men of Nu chapter of Sigma Nu continue to earn disctinction and bring honor upon Sigma Nu's good name. We share a deep commitment to believe in the life of love, walk in the way of honor, and serve in the light of truth. For we are the men of Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu.

The Creed of Sigma Nu Fraternity

The Creed was written by Walter J. Sears (Kansas).

To Believe the Life of Love
To Walk in the Way of Honor
To Serve In The Light Of Truth
This Is The Life, The Way,
And The Light Of Sigma Nu.
This Is The Creed Of Our Fraternity

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