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    Welcome to the home of all things Sig Ep! Connect with old friends, relive past memories through the in-depth archives, get caught up on the latest news and events, and make a contribution to our brotherhood! Read More +
  • Alumni Profiles

    Showcasing individual members, the 'Alumni Profiles' section is a great place to check in on brothers and see what they're up to today. Read More +
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    Get Connected! Catch up with old pals and expand your network. View profiles and add new friends. Share your photos and videos. Create your own group or join others. Read More +
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Alumni Updates

  • Oakes, Matthew Posted: 2/19/2013 4:36:56 PM
    Class of 2012

    The undergraduate brothers would… Read More +

  • Gustafson, Marc Posted: 3/20/2012 1:14:47 PM
    Class of 1997

    On February 29, 2012,… Read More +

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News & More

  • "Without SPE, I Wouldn't Feel Part of Something Larger Than Myself"

    We recently asked you all to share how your life would be different if you hadn't joined Sigma Phi Epsilon. Bill Akin ’58 said that, without the SPE experience, he would feel part of something bigger than himself. "The memories shared with the brothers are something we can only enjoy with one another," he said. Read on to see what Bill has been up to recently. 

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  • ’70s Flashback: We Asked, You Answered!

    Last month, we asked you if you knew anything about this ’70s flashback photo. Stephen Odell Leonard ’76 said that, based on the faces in the photo, he believes it was taken in 1975. "I believe this also may have been the SPE picture featured in the Yackety Yak yearbook," he said. Do you have any great throwback photos from your Sigma Phi Epsilon days? Share them with us by clicking here to submit an update. 

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Lost Lists

We're missing contact information of alumni brothers, and need your help to find them. Click below to download a copy of our current lost mailing list or email list. Send our alumni partner, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., your updates.

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What We Do

SigEp revolutionized the fraternity movement in 1991 by unveiling the Balanced Man Program (BMP), a concept of single-tiered membership and continuous development that begins the day a brother joins. SigEp believes the stereotypical fraternity experience does not fulfill the needs of today’s college male. The BMP offers an experience focused on scholarship, leadership, professional development and life skills. Members learn to live their best lives through unique, rewarding programming tailored to fit their needs and prepare them for the journey of life ahead.

As many fraternities draw the glare of the media spotlight for unacceptable behavior, educators have begun to question the role of Greek life on their campus. SigEp has continued to stand out within the Greek world by working to partner with higher education institutions, a partnership that is more vital now than ever. Colleges and universities are facing enormous cost pressure from federal and state cuts that can affect course offerings and out-of-classroom programming. At the same time, we see a growing disparity between men and women in key measures of academic success: grades, graduations rates and campus leadership. 

More than 45 chapters are designated as Residential Learning Communities (RLC) for their efforts to work with faculty members to create unique academic programming for their brothers. And each year, more SigEp chapters meet the requirements for this profound living learning experience.

Tutorials

Update Your Contact Information

Go to the top menu, select “connect” and then click “profile” in the drop down menu. Within your profile, find the tab that shows "Profile" and select the dropdown link choice link that says “edit profile.”

 

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