Get to Know Me
I am a Junior majoring in Finance with a minor in Economics and a certificate in Applied Business Data Analytics. I currently serve as the President of the Zeta Upsilon chapter of Sigma Nu here at Arizona State. I grew up in Scottsdale and I played baseball and football at Notre Dame Prep. My college search took place during covid, so I decided on ASU since it was close to home, and because both of my parents are ASU alum. I haven’t looked back since.
As a local kid, I didn’t really see myself rushing because I already had a group of friends coming with me to ASU. I honestly felt like I had no need to be a part of Greek Life. I didn’t think that it have any thing to offer me. I ended up going to the first day of fall rush because I figured that nothing bad would come from it. After the first day of rush, through talking to various members of the fraternity, I realized he was 100% right. Sigma Nu really was different. From the genuine authenticity I experienced in talking to so many members, to learning about the strong emphasis on leadership, academics, and on campus involvement I was sold. Before I knew it, rush was over, and I had a bid to pledge Sigma Nu, and without really even knowing what I was getting myself into, I came to realize it was the best decision of my life.
After initiation I became heavily involved in the various committees, but I took my involvement to the next level when I ran for Recorder. I held this position throughout my sophomore year, and this eventually lead me to run for president the following year.
The best piece of advice I have to offer to anyone who is on the fence about rushing and isn’t sure if it’s for you or not - just check it out. Go to rush, explore the options, and give yourself the chance to find out for yourself if Greek Life is really for you or not. I can definitely assure you, however, that rushing Sigma Nu be a decision that you will not regret.