About the Sigma Chi Proud Campaign

Current Status of the Sigma Chi Proud Campaign

A big thank you to 131 of our brothers whose donations have enabled our brotherhood to achieve our first goal of paying off all the debt on the house ($138,000), and our second goal ($64,900) which includes major repairs to the house, security upgrades, and paving the parking lot.  We are in the process of receiving bids on these crucial repairs and will begin later this spring when we have better weather.


Our third goal is $147,100 to reconfigure the inside of the house by moving and updating residence rooms to the top floor while expanding the library and alumni rooms on the main floor.   These changes will make our interior more inviting and provide space for studying, meeting with guests and alumni, and displaying memorabilia that honors Epsilon Tau’s past that has been accumulated since 1959.  Click here to see the composition of our goal and planned renovations to the house.

As you know, a very generous brother matched the first $100,000 dollars raised in this campaign.  To meet our third goal, we need all our brothers to step up and ensure the future of Sigma Chi at Murray State University!!  We will be installing a memorial brick sidewalk from the cross in the yard to our existing sidewalk to honor our 68 major campaign donors (gifts of $1,000 or more).  Please join our major donors so we can also honor you!! And please know that all contributions are significant no matter the amount.  The up-to-date results and contributors to the campaign can be viewed by clicking here on campaign results.

In Hoc,

Paul McCreary and Tim Miller

How To Donate

By Check Payable To:

Epsilon Tau Housing Management, LLC
BB&T Bank
1104 Chestnut Street
Murray, KY 42071


To help celebrate the payoff of the mortgage, the active chapter and Housing Corp. donated a combined $3,000 to the MSU Foundation to further endow the Kyle Rogers Memorial Scholarship. This was money that normally would have gone to the mortgage and other operating expenses but channeled to a much better cause in memory of a bright young brother we lost way too soon.

Rogers Donation