Saturday morning, the Grand Chapter elected six alumni and students to fill vacant seats on the National Board of Directors.
Grand Chapter passes legislation to empower undergraduates
Convening each day of Conclave, the Grand Chapter, comprised of one delegate from each of SigEp’s 200+ chapters as well as National Board members and district governors, passed legislation that will empower and encourage undergraduates to support each other and uphold SigEp’s standards.
Programming Engages Audience at Record Level
Tracks feature TED™ Talk-style programs and experiential activities, giving brothers relevant and actionable content. This fresh take on Conclave programming has led to educational sessions being the best-attended in recent Conclave history.
Luncheon celebrates extraordinary acts of brotherly love
Through remembrance and celebration, the Brotherhood Luncheon at Conclave focuses on our cardinal principle of brotherly love.
Announcing the 2019 Exemplary Service Award Recipients
SigEp is excited to announce the 2019 recipients of the Exemplary Service Award! These dedicated volunteers have served SigEp for at least 20 years. They will be honored at the closing dinner of the Carlson Leadership Academy in their region.
Experienced Florida State administrator joins SigEp board
Dr. Amy Hecht, vice president of student affairs at Florida State University, has accepted an appointment to the Sigma Phi Epsilon National Board of Directors.
Fraternity Report: Spring 2018
How SigEp can meet the demand for a better fraternity experience Dear Brothers and Friends, We should be proud of our undergraduate brothers. In the past two years they’ve made bold decisions. They shunned pledging and hazing by embracing the Balanced Man Program and took it a step further by resolving to make all of…
SigEp reaches another milestone
Every housed SigEp chapter has now adopted a local substance-free facilities measure for their chapter.
Fraternities declare support for substance-free housing
On May 16, Delta Upsilon Fraternity announced a plan to implement substance-free homes for all of its chapters. DU’s announcement came on the heels of Beta Theta Pi’s substance-free policy outlined in its strategic plan released in February.
Embracing the #NewNormal leads to chapter success
There’s a correlation between embracing the #NewNormal and chapter success, and our Kentucky Beta Chapter at Louisville has seen it in action this year while receiving many awards and recognitions from SigEp and the university.