Xi Chi Sigma was founded on February 1, 2003 on the Ivy-League styled campus of the University of the Pacific, Stockton; being the first and oldest chartered University in California (1851). Since its inception, it became the first Social Asian Interest Fraternity to represent the Asian community (30% men and women of Asian heritage) at Pacific and the quickest Greek organization to be recognized by the Greek Council, Multicultural Greek Council and Office of Student Life.
It is from the ideals of Honor, Loyalty, Respect, and Brotherhood that Xi Chi Sigma was born. Using these four ideals as tools, the foundation of Xi Chi Sigma was created.
Definition of Xi Chi Sigma: Intelligence and Integrity Crossing All Cultural Boundaries
Motto: Promoting Asian Awareness through a Lifetime of Brotherhood
Fraternity Colors: Crimson and Black
The Four Pillars of Xi Chi Sigma: Brotherhood, Asian Cultural Awareness, Leadership and Philanthropy
The Ideals of Xi Chi Sigma: Honor, Loyalty, Respect and Brotherhood