Opening just in time for fall 2020, Florida Epsilon’s new chapter facility proves well worth the wait.
An ideal location and perfect timing mark a new beginning for Florida State
New facility helps Oklahoma State build on success
Thanks to a decade-long effort by Oklahoma State volunteers, 80 brothers started fall 2018 in a brand-new chapter home.
Heightened academic focus earns learning community grant for Wyoming
SigEp’s reputation as a leading fraternity is driven by our never-ending pursuit of excellence. Few chapters know this better than Illinois Alpha at the University of Illinois. The chapter twice applied for and received grants from the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation to enhance its SigEp Learning Community. As a result of the assistance Illinois…
Alumni honored for creating ideal chapter homes
Across the country, the brothers who serve on housing committees and support their chapter’s capital campaigns live out the credo so eloquently stated by U.G. Dubach, Oregon State 1913: “Sigma Phi Epsilon must provide an atmosphere that makes it difficult for a man to do wrong and easy for a man to do right.” These…
Truman State builds new facility to align with decades of chapter excellence
Truman State supports outstanding programming with new chapter home
Nebraska alumni support chapter excellence with new top-notch facility
Nebraska Alpha completes construction of a new chapter home to complement its high-quality programming
Alabama SigEps can’t be ignored
The chapter, now the largest on campus, is challenging campus norms as brothers move into their new substance-free home.
Florida Alpha’s new house gives brothers room to grow
A $4.5 million renovation is helping SigEp’s University of Florida Chapter become a nationally recognized leader in the Greek world. The new home was designed to support every aspect of a student’s development, and alumni are already seeing the investment pay off.
Illinois SigEps invest in Louisville Chapter and growth of RLC program with Pay It Forward Grant
SigEp’s new Residential Learning Community at Louisville received the 2017 Pay It Forward Grant at Conclave. Recipients of the $5,000 award are selected based on the promise they show in establishing a Residential Learning Community as well as their commitment to delivering highly innovative programming in a substance-free chapter home. The grant program was developed…
Minnesota marks 25th year in home with major renovation
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…