“God favored this country as no other land on earth. The day is coming when we shall be held accountable for our heritage when the whole world will look to us for guidance” -Frank Knox, Zeta Sigma Alum
Alma College’s only local fraternity started its roots on the Alma campus on November 15, 1887. Zeta Sigma’s past member’s influence can be seen all over campus on buildings that are named for and after some of the fraternity’s alumni due to their generous contributions to Alma College.
About Zeta Sigma
The Zeta Sigma colors are green and gold, which each Zeta Sigma wears proudly as he seeks and attempts to develop such qualities as loyalty, honor, and respect.
Officially the Zeta Sigma Fraternity aligns their philanthropy to the Salvation Armysponsoring and running an annual canned food drive. The fraternity also helps the Alma Public schools with Kids Night out donating brothers time as they chaperone and play with the children at the event. The brothers also donate their time at the local animal shelter, helping the workers walk and care for the dogs there.
The fraternity strives to find men of high moral character who illustrate strong moral fiber and a desire to grow in their area of study and work. We seek and attempt to develop such qualities as loyalty, honor, respect for others, and high ideals for brotherhood. We set forth goals to better our community and our school while also improving ourselves, our relationships, and our minds.