Sigs at Wisconsin live in the National Historic Landmark Bradley-Sigma Phi house, designed in 1908 for Professor Harold C. Bradley and his family by renowned architect Louis H. Sullivan - mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright.
Since it was designed as a home, it feels like (and is) a home when members return after classes each day. There are five fireplaces and two libraries for studying. Each bedroom and bathroom are unique. If you want something other than a cookie- cutter living experience, come and check out Sigma Phi.
Our home is located in Madison’s historic University Heights neighborhood, across from the UW- Madison Chancellor’s residence. While the Sig house is away from Langdon Street fraternities, our location is much closer to Camp Randall and the engineering and STEM buildings (1/2 mile) than Langdon Street fraternities and is equidistant to central campus.
Stop by the house for a tour and to meet some of the brothers!