Sonoma State University
A group of freshmen living in a residence hall in the fall of 2009 determined the current fraternities at Sonoma State left room for development of a new organization. The men were placed in contact with Alpha Sigma Phi and decided to affiliate with the Fraternity. Director of Expansion Matt Humberger, Bowling Green ‘03, visited campus in November of 2009 to hold a meeting for all those interested in joining Alpha Sigma Phi. Twenty-six men went through the first Pledge Ceremony on November 5, 2009. The group quickly grew into an organization, leading several aspects of campus activities.
The Chapter was chartered on August 21, 2010, in the Cooperage Building, Grand Historian Robert W. Kutz, California ‘67, presented the charter. Steve Latour, Central Michigan ‘04, and Matt Humberger, Bowling Green ‘03, represented Fraternity Staff. Alumni from Nu (California), Gamma Zeta (Bowling Green) and Gamma Nu (Sacramento State) attended the installation. Undergraduates from Nu Chapter led the Initiation Ceremony.
The Chapter continued to grow with successful recruitment efforts over the next four semesters and was reported to be the largest fraternity on the Sonoma State Campus for the 2011-12 academic year.
Records show award name and year(s) received.
|Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup of Distinction
Records show brother's name, initiation year, and award received.
|Aaron Joe Zavala
|Undergraduate Hall of Fame