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Are you a student currently attending or about to attend Tennessee Tech University? Are you interested in becoming a brother of Alpha Gamma Sigma? Clicking this button will take you to our Recruitment page where you can view our newest members, gain a perspective to what to expect at RUSH, and learn more about Greek Life at Tennessee Tech.
Find out what keeps us busy. Alpha Gamma Sigma is more actively involved than ever. By clicking this button you will be able to gain an insight of the philanthropy we support, what activities we participate in on campus, and view photos from some of our previous events.
Are you a previous brother of Alpha Gamma Sigma looking to get reconnected with the Delta Chapter? By clicking the button below you will be redirected to our Alumni page where you can send us your current contact information, meet our Alumni Council Officers, and learn about more ways to become actively involved in the fraternity's current activities.
The professional, agricultural Fraternity, Alpha Gamma Sigma, was first organized as a local Fraternity at Columbia, Missouri, on January 28, 1923. Alpha Gamma Sigma is a professional and social fraternity with roots that stem from an Agriculture background. Although we are an Agriculture based fraternity, we have brothers in many other majors including: Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Business, MIT, and MIS to name a few.
The Delta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Sigma at Tennessee Technological University was founded on Saturday May 5, 1961. A delegation of eight men from the Alpha chapter and six men from the Beta chapter plus Grand National President Emil Malinovsky and Grand National Vice President Alfred Lehmkhui, initiated 19 charter members into the Delta chapter. Dr. E.B. Knight served as the adviser during the period of colonization. The founding of our chapter was significant in that it was the first chapter of Alpha Gamma Sigma below the Mason-Dixon Line as well as the first fraternity on Tennessee Tech's Campus.