Enhancing the support for SigEp volunteers
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Offers $25K Reward for Information into Tucker Hipps’ Death
The national fraternity of Sigma Phi Epsilon will contribute $25,000 as a reward for information into the 2014 death of brother Tucker Hipps that helps close the case.
Summer programs cancelled amid COVID-19
Stay tuned for news about online leadership offerings
Sigma Phi Epsilon Departs North American Interfraternity Conference
RICHMOND, Va. — Today, Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) announced that the Fraternity is leaving the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) after serving four years on the trade association’s governing council.
SigEp names Heather Kirk chief communications officer
For almost 15 years, Heather Kirk has been working with fraternal organizations to build and implement impactful communication strategy. On Feb. 1 she will bring this breadth of experience to Sigma Phi Epsilon, joining the Headquarters staff as chief communications officer. In this role, Kirk will develop and execute our annual communication strategy, designing a…
Research center at Penn State will honor the legacy of Tim Piazza
Center will produce research to “advance the development and safety of young men and women.” SigEp welcomed Evelyn Piazza, Tim’s mother, to the Ruck Leadership Institute this summer.
Sigma Phi Epsilon stands with NIC in landmark announcement for Greek life
SigEp supports the NIC in its decision to ban hard alcohol from the facilities of its 66 member fraternities.
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.
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Announces Ban on Alcohol
Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) national fraternity announced that it has adopted a substance-free policy for all Fraternity facilities throughout its network of 215 chapters at colleges and universities in the United States.