The Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation is the vehicle for alumni, family, friends, and other like-minded organizations to build a legacy and change lives. We fund endeavors for "Building Balanced Men." We support environments that foster academic achievement, scholarships that encourage excellence, and educational programs that develop leadership and personal potential.
Current support provides funding for the following:
National Competition Scholarships
Each year the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation awards 20 scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to outstanding scholars and balanced men. These men have distinguished themselves through accomplishments in the classroom, on campus, in the community and in their chapters. With 15,000 men on campus and hundreds applying for this scholarship, this group truly represents the best of SigEp’s commitment to be a valued partner in higher education. | Learn more | Apply today!
Thomas O. Hicks Scholarships
In funding these special scholarships, Brother Thomas Hicks, Texas-Austin '68, recognizes and rewards brothers who get on track with their grades after a poor start to encourage SigEp undergraduates to achieve good academic performance while members of Sigma Phi Epsilon. | Learn more | Apply today!
Study Abroad Scholarship
This scholarship fund was created by an anonymous donor with an appreciation for the lessons learned through study abroad. SigEp undergraduates currently studying abroad or formally accepted by their college or university to study abroad in 2017 are eligible to apply. | Learn more | Apply today!
Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Scholarship
Do you know of a great story about Brothers helping Brothers? If you have been the recipient of or have witnessed an amazing example of brothers helping brothers, submit your story here to nominate SigEps for a scholarship through the Clayton-Doud Award. Applications for this scholarship are open and ongoing. | Learn more
J. Edward Zollinger Outstanding Senior Award
The Zollinger Endowment recognizes the relationship of Sigma Phi Epsilon to the life of J. Edward Zollinger, William & Mary '27. Brother Zollinger was Sigma Phi Epsilon's Grand President from 1967-1971, and a Trustee of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation from 1962 until his death in 1976 at which time he was serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Nominations for this award in the 2016-2017 school year are due October 10, 2016. | Learn more
Balanced Man Scholarships
The Balanced Man Scholarship (BMS) originated in 1990 at the University of Cincinnati Chapter, as a way to attract men of Sound Mind and Sound Body, while rewarding them for espousing the ideals of the Fraternity. Today, over 200 chapters use the BMS to identify balanced men to join SigEp. | Learn more