About Us

ESt. 1992

We Are Sigma Delta Alpha

Sigma Delta Alpha (ΣΔΑ) Fraternity, Inc. is a college fraternity dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities in which it serves. Since its establishment at San Jose State University on May 5, 1992, our organization has expanded to eight other campuses across California and Nevada.

The Brothers of the Gamma Chapter of ΣΔΑ, commonly referred to as the UNLV Sigmas, strive to uphold the fraternity’s values and traditions and are proud to be a part of the family. Gamma Chapter was established on September 16th, 2001 by seven gentlemen at UNLV, becoming the first Latino-based college fraternity in the state of Nevada.


Quick Facts

Founding Date: May 5, 1992
Founding Campus: San Jose State University
Type: Social and Academic Fraternity
Credo: Excellence and Loyalty Amongst Brothers
Scope: National
Undergraduate Chapters: 10
National Philanthropy: Men’s health


Our Mission

Brothers of Sigma Delta Alpha (ΣΔΑ) are university men who embody the spirit of brotherhood to assist each other in achieving their academic goals. We are a proud fraternity that acknowledges a shared cultural heritage. We represent our people in the world of academia and we are determined to be positive role models to the youth in our communities.

Excellence & Loyalty

Our Purposes

  1. To support each other academically, socially, and personally.
  2. To encourage the promotion and retention of all underrepresented groups at institutions of higher learning.
  3. To work with other organizations and our community.
  4. To promote all underrepresented cultures and traditions to the community.
  5. To conduct ourselves so as to cast a positive light upon the Fraternity, ourselves, and our community.

Men's Health

Our Philanthropy

Although it may sound a bit cliché, we truly believe there is nothing more important than good health. Because of this, we have chosen men’s health as our national philanthropy. Our chapters have promoted men’s health in a number of ways, including setting up informational booths on campus, organizing public discussion groups, fundraising for cancer research, and working with charities that aim to raise awareness for men’s health, such as Movember.

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