Alpha of Massachusetts, (1834-1968) Williams College, now dormant
Beta of New York, (1831-2019) Hamilton College, now dormant
Gamma of New York, (1835-1848) New York University, now dormant
Delta of New York, (1840) Hobart College, suspended|}
Alpha of New Jersey, (1853-1858) Princeton University, now dormant Alpha of Pennsylvania, (1887-2002) Lehigh University, now dormant
Some of these own buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the
Sigma Phi Society of the Thorsen House in Berkeley, California. Chapters italicized are dormant. The Alpha of Michigan, Alpha of California, and Beta of New York have attempted, with varying success, to include non-men in the organization. 
Notable alumni [ edit ]
Thomas Fielders Bowie - One of the founding members of Sigma Phi and member of the thirty fourth and thirty-fifth Congress of the United States. Sen.
Elihu Root - U.S. Secretary of War and U.S. Secretary of State in the administration of Theodore Roosevelt. Root was a Nobel Peace Prize Winner, and U.S. Senator. 
Earl Warren - Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Governor of California.
James Schoolcraft Sherman - Vice President under William Howard Taft. Arthur C. Nielsen Jr., son of
Arthur C. Nielsen creator of Nielsen ratings (both were Sigma Phi members).
Henry Rathbone, major in the U.S. army during the Civil War and present in Lincoln's booth at Ford's Theatre; was stabbed tackling John Wilkes Booth. Elias Peissner, professor of German and Political Economy at Union College, died "at the head of his men" at the Battle of Chancellorsville during the Civil War.
Ken Dryden - Hockey Hall of Fame Goaltender and Canadian Member of Parliament. Rep.
Hastings Keith - United States Congressman from Massachusetts. Rep. John Cochrane - United States Congressman, Attorney General of New York, and
Brigadier General in the Civil War.
Philip Will, Jr, co-founder of architecture firm Perkins+Will and President of the American Institute of Architects.
Ward Wettlaufer, amateur golfer. L Bradford Perkins, founder, Perkins Eastman Architects
Ezra Cornell IV, Life Trustee, Cornell University, great-great-great grandson of University founder,
George Grenville Benedict, American Civil War hero and Medal of Honor recipient.
Daniel Butterfield, American Civil War hero, composer of Taps bugle call.
Jay Walker, founder of Priceline.com
Larry Tanenbaum, Chairman of MLSE, owner of the Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs Charles F. Knight, Chairman and CEO, Emerson Electric
John Bigelow, US diplomat to France under Lincoln, NY Secretary of State, published The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, helped found the New York Public Library
Tully Banta-Cain, American Football linebacker for the New England Patriots Robert S. Harrison,
Rhodes Scholar, retired partner at Goldman Sachs, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cornell University, CEO of the Clinton Global Initiative
Seth Flowerman, Entrepreneur, CEO of Career Explorations Todd Parent, Founder and CEO of
Extreme Pizza Patrick Doyle, Former CEO of
Domino's Pizza Peter Orthwein, Founder and Chairman of Thor Industries, world's largest manufacturer of RVs
Remo Jacuzzi, CEO of hot tub company Jason International Company George Patterson, CEO of Mook industries, slayer of the last dragon
Charlie Munger, Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway
Nat Faxon, actor, comedian and Academy Award-winning screenwriter
James M. Loree, CEO of Stanley Black and Decker Matthew Arnold, CEO of Unimacts Global LLC
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c
Sigma Phi Society public website, accessed 15 May 2014.
"What's The Oldest Continually-Running Fraternity Chapter In America?". Total Frat Move . Retrieved . 2017-08-16
Anson, Jack L.; Marchenasi, Robert F., eds. (1991) . Baird's Manual of American Fraternities (20th ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Baird's Manual Foundation, Inc. p. III-132–133. ISBN . 978-0963715906
^ Jessup, Philip C., Elihu Root. Vol. I, 1845-1909; Vol. II, 1905-1937. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1938.
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