Each year, the Order of Constantine recognizes a group of up to 14 Sigma Chi brothers for their commitment, dedication and service to the Fraternity. Induction into the Order of Constantine is considered to be the highest honor the Sigma Chi Fraternity can bestow upon one of its members. The honor of being named a “Constantine Sig” has been conferred on less than 500 brothers since the inception of the Order of Constantine at the 47th Grand Chapter in 1948.
|Rev. William F. Dopp||Indiana University||1964|
|Marc Lord*||San Diego State||1984|
|Douglas R. Johnson||San Diego State||1969|
|Richard C. Vance, Sr.||San Diego State||1959|
|Leon W. Parma||San Diego State||1951|
|James B. Kuhn*||San Diego State||1952|
|Bruce Brown||California State University-Northridge||1974|
|W. Dean Hunter||San Diego State||1956|
|Dan Shaver||Texas Tech||1993|
|Andrew Crossan||Western Illinois University||1995|
* Denotes Chapter Eternal
San Diego Sigma Chi Honors, Awards & Recognition
In San Diego, we've got a lot to be proud of. Not only is San Diego America's finest city, but we've got some of our fraternity's finest Sigs.