Welcome to the Alpha Gamma Sigma - Gamma Chapter website. Through this site, you can learn more about our chapter and stay involved.

Alpha Gamma Sigma is a fraternity focused on developing young men into leaders and key contributing members in their respective industries. We provide our members the ability to take advantage of the many opportunities the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers as well as be involved in leadership positions in the chapter to foster their development.

We have over 1,000 alumni who are successful in their chosen occupations. We have several events where our members can interact with alumni and learn about opportunities in many prominent industries.

At Alpha Gamma Sigma, we have experienced yet another exciting year as 2017 came to an end, and we are excited embark on what should be a memorable 2018. Young leadership, new perspectives, and motivated members have been the driving force that will benefit our chapter for years. The chapter executive board is committed to excellence as they lead the house in a positive direction this year.

In the fall, we welcomed nineteen new members into Alpha Gamma Sigma. The new group of men are performing exceptionally well in and out of the house. To start off the semester, four new members joined our brotherhood. Brother Carson Hicks, our fraternity educator, is doing a standout job as he molds our new members into leaders through our member development process. Through this educational program, the active chapter is dedicated to being living examples of how to act as leaders, scholars, and men of character.

Our academics have been continually progressing as we work our way to becoming the top fraternity academically on campus. We are currently sitting 9th out of 24 fraternities. We continue to place an emphasis on scholarship among our members.
Again this year, we are blessed to have Pat Madsen, along with her husband, John, as our wonderful house parents. Their guidance and leadership has led to positive change in our members.

Serving this organization and my brothers is truly an honor, and I look forward to the future successes we will achieve together. Alpha Gamma Sigma has been impacted men on this campus for the last sixty-five years and will continue to do so for many decades to come.


Trevor Spath