SigEp's programs provide the foundation of the SigEp experience, and represent our commitment to be a valued partner in higher education.
Balanced Man Program
SigEp’s Balanced Man Program (BMP) provides the structure, support and guidance required for today’s student to fully utilize the 90 percent of college they spend outside of classroom walls.
Based on equal rights and responsibilities for all members, the program’s progressive challenges provide brothers the opportunity to grow and fine-tune skills they can’t get in the classroom. Alumni, volunteers and university faculty and administration serve as mentors in the program, providing accountability and support.
BMP programming helps young brothers strengthen their character. It enables our young men to build leadership and communication skills and develop healthy, lifelong relationships.
The Residential Learning Community provides undergraduate brothers with a living and learning environment for purposeful, real-life application of their academic studies. Students receive hands-on learning beyond classroom lectures by working with faculty and staff who volunteer to partner with their chapter. They are able to discuss, contextualize and apply their academic learning through conversations with their brothers and faculty in a more intimate environment. State-of-the-art facilities provide premier housing, classrooms, faculty office space and dedicated study rooms — safe and effective places to live and learn.
Today, 50 chapters are accredited through a rigorous RLC accreditation process, and elements of the program are being supported by Foundation grants at chapters nationwide.