The Sigma Psi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America has a rich heritage of providing a true fraternal experience at the University of Tennessee at Martin since its charter on May 4, 1968. Sigma Psi prides itself on tradition of excellence in philanthropic duty, musicianship, and the strongest of brotherhoods.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia shares a bond that transcends that of most fraternities. Unlike most social fraternities, Sinfonia and its members share a very specific quality: a love of music. It is through this love that we find the strength and will to put forth as one voice in support of the realization of our Object:
The Object of this Fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.
Bound by faith in our art, Sinfonia fosters permeating Brotherhood among its members through shared exalted experiences. Transcending mere friendship, Sinfonia offers an opportunity for connection and camaraderie that lasts a lifetime.
The Elwood and Carolyn Doss Fund is the Sigma Psi specific philanthropy. Through the memory of the late Carolyn Doss and for the dedication of our still actively participating founding charter member Elwood Doss, this fund was put in place as a testament to their devotion to musical and philanthropic ideas that are held by Phi Mu Alpha. With the fund Sigma Psi is able to assist in local music programs via instruments, supplies, scholarships, and needs. The Sigma Psi chapter has worked with musical development in the Martin Housing Authority and through this fund has been able to bring music to places where music is needed. The Elwood and Carolyn Doss Fund gives Sigma Psi an opportunity to give back to the surrounding community through the joy of music.
Phi Mu Alpha rushes once per semester and is open to all students who identify as male. For more information, visit http://utm.sinfonia.org or https://www.facebook.com/pmasigmapsi/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Advisors- Dr. Bill Waterman Dr. Mark Simmons Dr. Lionel Crews