Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity Incorporated
Pi Chapter - University of Florida
ΣΒΡ was established at The University of Florida to instill leadership qualities in campus men, organize and motivate UF men to provide service to our society, and to raise cultural awareness on our campus. Sigma Beta Rho empowers its members to be leaders in the greek community at the University of Florida and in our society. Because our community and society has been so generous in harboring our brotherhood and ideals, we have done our part as a brotherhood to give back to our community through our various community service and philanthropic efforts. We have worked with organizations such as the S.O.S. Children's Villages International and Akash and Shai Kuruvilla Memorial Scholarship Fund to offer our brothers, as well as the rest of our community, an opportunity of serve society.
Modern day Sigma Beta Rho has grown considerably since its inception. It has expanded from its roots on the east coast to more than forty recognized chapters and colonies that span the breadth of the nation. This growth stems from a reputation for excellent, values-based programming, diversity amongst our brotherhood, and alignment with the ideals of many students who strive for a competitive edge before entering a post-globalized working world.
As an organization that prides itself on having individuals from every continent, ethnicity, and religion, we seek to foster enriching, cross-cultural discourse both amongst our members and within our campus communities. Through the efforts of our brothers, we have become the largest, most expansive fraternity of our kind in seventeen years. With each passing day, we strive to take one more step towards realizing the nationwide network envisioned by our National Founding Fathers.
Nationally Founded: August 16, 1996, University of Pennsylvania
UF Chapter Founded: May 31st, 2002
Colors: Red, Black, Green
Mascot: King Cobra
Pillars: Society, Brotherhood, and Remembrance
Motto: "Brotherhood Beyond All Barriers"
Philanthropy: SOS Children's Villages and Akash and Shai Kuruvilla Memorial Scholarship Fund