Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon Quick Facts
|Location||1047 Campus Drive|
|National Founding||Richmond College, November 1, 1901|
|Colors||Red, Purple, Gold|
|National Philanthropy||Big Brothers Big Sisters|
|Open Motto||Building Balanced Men|
|Social Media||Instagram | Chapter | National|
SigEp strives to challenge the traditional fraternity stereotype. Through our Balanced Man Program, we provide our members with an unparalleled experience of personal development. By being a SigEp, members strengthen their character, build leadership and interpersonal skills, and learn to develop healthy, lifelong relationships that are essential to a successful and fulfilling life. These development events take many forms, the most popular being our deep meaningful conversations, known as DMCs, where members come together to discuss a wide range of topics affecting their lives, communities, and countries. As a whole, SigEps are able to leverage the myriad of diversity in the fraternity, working and learning together as a cohesive community.
You can find our members all over Stanford, whether that be leading tours across campus, teaching your CS section, staffing your freshman dorm, or engaging in sports like track, water polo, and rugby. Our focus on giving back and serving others can be seen in the many partnerships we have with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Full Circle Farm, Challah for Hunger, Servant Breakfast, and many others with which we cooperate every quarter.
Most importantly, our members share the common values of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love. Does this sound like you? Then we hope to see you at one of our rush events!
Average Quarterly Dues: $200