In 1992, Minnesota Alpha alumni purchased a large Victorian home that had recently been damaged heavily in a fire. The chapter’s Alumni and Volunteer Corporation undertook an extensive remodel to make the house livable and installed a central fire alarm system. Brothers have been living there ever since, with alumni supporting the constant upkeep required…
Fall 2017 Print Edition
New Fort Hays State home offers model for university partnership
This fall, a new $7 million learning community opened its doors for SigEp at Fort Hays State. The university put forward the funds to build the facility, and a $250,000 capital campaign previously initiated by Fraternity alumni was redirected to support chapter scholarships. While the space is owned and maintained by the university, it is…
Colorado State rebuilds to host best-in-class Residential Learning Community
Colorado State’s total home renovation and expansion is a model example of a SigEp housing project and capital campaign. The $2.7 million renovation and expansion includes new study areas, faculty office space and a marquis library that will serve as a classroom. The project was completed in the spring of 2016 and featured in the…
Alumni weigh in
After the Grand Chapter voted for substance-free facilities, alumni across the country weighed in on how SigEps most lead the way in this important initiative.
Why substance-free housing is critical for SigEp
I know that for some of our chapters this will be a challenge. I also know that there was and is an urgency to act now. As a co-author of the resolution, I want to answer some questions about the rationale behind this move for SigEp.