The minimum criteria required to receive a bid to join the Sigma Chi Fraternity.

The Jordan Standard

The confidence of the Founders of Sigma Chi was based upon a belief that the principles which they professed and the ideal of the Fraternity which they sought were but imperfectly realized in the organizations by which they were surrounded.

The standard with which the Fraternity started was declared by Isaac M. Jordan to be that of admitting no man to membership in Sigma Chi who is not believed to be:

A Man of Good Character

A Student of Fair Ability

With Ambitious Purposes…

A Congenial Disposition…

Possessed of Good Morals

Having a High Sense of Honor and…

A Deep Sense of Personal Responsibility

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