Beta Chapter Recognized By IFC and Greek Life

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The 2012-2013 year is coming to a close and Beta chapter finished out strong. Each year, fraternities and sororities on campus apply for the Greek Challenge for Excellence. The Greek Challenge for Excellence is a tool for fraternities and sororities to engage their organizations in universal learning and leadership opportunities. In order to participate organizations […]

Founding Principles

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Believing that a social Fraternity must be dedicated to the highest ideals, founder Edward H. McCune authored a set of Principles. Embraced by our Founders and early members, these Principles have become our guide. Value: To enhance the worth of belonging. Learning: To afford the environment for learning. Leadership: To develop good leaders for America. Excellence: To strive for […]

Past Achievements

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At Beta Chapter, we pride ourselves on being the best men that we can be and the awards that we have received reflect our commitment to excellence. Here are just some of the few awards and accomplishments that we have received: IFC Most Improved Chapter on Campus: 2002, 2006 IFC Best Fraternity on Campus: 1999, […]


Posted Posted in About, History

Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity was founded on June 28, 1920 at the University of Central Missouri (formerly known as Central Missouri State Teachers College) and set up their first house at 101 Ming and Holden Street. The fraternity was born out of the desires and aspirations of seventeen men in the belief that all men […]

The House

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Our chapter house was built over 35 years ago to provide our members with an affordable opportunity to expand their brotherhood.  It has undergone many additions and renovations since then.  Every year we have an alumni week the week directly following finals where alumni come to visit and actives stay up in Kirksville to bond […]


Posted Posted in About, Creed

“I believe that the true spirit of Fraternalism is a personal devotion to one’s ideals. It has its roots in definite, tangible things. It springs out of a love of God and worth of one’s fellow man. It grows into qualities of mind and soul. It is not the attitude toward a few selected ends, […]