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Published: February 19, 2024

The University of Tampa Establishes Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma

The University of Tampa has been accepted into the National College Athlete Honor Society as the State of Florida Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma (XAΣ), which recognizes student-athletes from accredited four-year NCAA, NAIA, USCAA or NCCAA institutions who excel in both the classroom and competition.

The University of Tampa Establishes Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma The University of Tampa has been accepted into the National College Athlete Honor Society as the State of Florida Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma.

Chi Alpha Sigma was founded in 1996 by then DePauw University head football coach Nick Mourouzis. His goal was to provide outstanding student-athletes with an opportunity to become connected within a fraternal association that aligns their educational and athletic successes for a lifetime.

To be inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma, a student-athlete must attend a four-year accredited college or university that is a member of the NCAA, NAIA, USCAA or NCCAA. The honoree also must achieve at least junior academic standing by the fifth semester or seventh quarter, as determined by the certifying institution, and must have achieved a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale).

Jennifer Alger will serve as an advisor for The University of Tampa's chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma. UT will hold its first induction ceremony during the Spring 2024 semester. 

For more information, visit ChiAlphaSigma.org.


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