Rockledge offers a Rush Scholarship of up to $500 for those interested in joining the Brotherhood but are concerned about the financial aspect. We encourage all potential new members to apply. You can find the application here.
President's Message

Armaan
Jhunjhnuwala

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Like many people in Greek life, I initially had no intentions of joining a fraternity. I ended up deciding to give it a shot and after meeting some of the guys at rush events I immediately knew that these were the men I wanted to call my brothers. Joining Alpha Sigma Phi has provided me the endless social experiences of college as well as the tools to grow and improve as an individual. Whether it’s holding events at our chapter house or catching the big game in the lounge, there’s never a dull moment when I’m with my brothers. Besides allowing me to live in the Rockledge Manor, a mansion, with my best friends, the fraternity has helped me develop as a student and a leader while giving me varied experiences and alumni connections that will excel me forward throughout my career. I couldn’t imagine my time at Cornell without Alpha Sig.

Armaan Jhunjhnuwala ‘18
Mechanical Engineering

Armaan Jhunjhnuwala is a junior studying Mechanical Engineering with minors in Business and Engineering Management with aspirations to sell out and become a banker. Prior to being elected President, he held the position of House Manager. Outside of Rockledge, he is an active member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega and was an Airframe Subteam Member of the engineering project team CUAir for two years. You can always catch him at every home Cornell Hockey game and he’s looking forward to throwing fish on the ice against Harvard. This past summer, he worked at GE Aviation in Cincinnati, Ohio as a Supply Chain and Quality Engineer. There he identified flaws in jet engine manufacturing and implemented solutions to reduce waste and improve operational efficiency.

Recruitment Chair's Message

Being a brother in Rockledge goes beyond just being in a fraternity. There's history and tradition here that spans more than a century. I take pride in the culture Alpha Sigma Phi brings and am proud to share it with the men I call my brothers. As Rush Chairman, I hope to guide men into finding their place in Greek Life. Each person that walks through the Rockledge Manor doors will be welcomed into a learning about a house that has 107 years of dedication and triumph. If you are interested in learning more about Alpha Sigma Phi - Iota Chapter at Rockledge, you are encouraged to reach out to myself via Facebook or at rush.chairman@alphasigcornell.org. We invite all prospective men to come by Rockledge during rush week. Our goal is to create better men, and you will find that we make that goal a reality.

Jacob Morrison ‘17
Industrial and Labor Relations

Jacob
Morrison

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Jacob Morrison is a senior studying Industrial and Labor Relations with minors in Economics and Psychology. He is recommended by 9 out of 10 people that recommend things. In addition to being Rush Chairman, he is also the Social Chair and Historian, and formerly was the Philanthropy Chair. He is a sample size of one, not statistically significant, nor representative. Outside of Rockledge, he is an actor and dancer for several Cornell theatre groups as well as a member of the Rock Climbing Club and the Cornell Outing Club. In first grade, Jacob got sent to the principal's office for gluing someone’s shoes to the ground (“The kid deserved it though cause he put glitter in my backpack”). Jacob was also a former D1 Lightweight Rower for two and a half years and Residential Advisor on campus. This past summer, he worked at Sempra Energy in San Diego within the Business Intelligence department. At Sempra, he helped develop effective information management practices for operations of Liquid Natural Gas Liquefaction and Regasification projects in Mexico and America. Jacob is also known for selling Two Chainz his second chain.

Philanthropy

Rockledge organizes multiple philanthropic events each semester to benefit any of our five national charities, representing our five core values: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism. Last year, we raised several thousand dollars through our "Dunking for Dollars" event co-sponsored with Kappa Delta Sorority, and our annual Movember coffee and jazz night.

Academic

Rockledge is committed to seeing its members succeed both academically and professionally. Available to brothers are a number of academic resources, such as a house library and academic scholarships through the Rockledge Foundation. Brothers of Rockledge are also connected to Alpha Sigma Phi’s nationwide alumni network, a valuable tool for professional networking.

Social

Whether it is a sorority mixer, formal, or party, Rockledge has three social chairs dedicated to planning and executing an event for each weekend. We hold events with multiple groups and sororities on campus and encourage our brothers to network and meet others within the Greek community and beyond. Some major events include our 3 annual formals, Rocktoberfest, Rave under the Waves, Shamrockledge, and annual wine tour. There is something to do every week.

Meet Some Brothers

Jack Kantor, '19
Industrial Labor Relations
Edgemont, NY
Nicholas Kalos, '18
Hotel Administration
Franklin Lakes, NJ
Sal Elder, '17
Engineering Physics
Wynantskil, NY