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Welcome to Sigma Phi Epsilon Kentucky Beta Chapter
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SigEp was founded on November 1, 1901 on the cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Today, over 255,000 men have joined the fraternity and taken a vow to uphold these values. With over 15,000 current undergraduates at more than 257 colleges across the nation, Sigma Phi Epsilon is the nation's largest fraternity.

Sigma Phi Epsilon is supported by the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation. The Foundation was founded to help develop the scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and personal potential of SigEp undergraduates. The Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation provided over $1 million to Sigma Phi Epsilon in program support and scholarships in 2001. Ky Beta sees the fruits of this foundation when they send their men to the annual Carlson Leadership Academies, the Ruck Leadership Institute, or when they apply for and win scholarships such as the $1000 Hicks Scholarship, and the Balanced Man Quest to Greece.

Additionally, Sigma Phi Epsilon is the first fraternity to abolish the pledging model for becoming brothers in the fraternity. The traditional model has been replaced by the innovative Balanced Man program. In a Balanced Man Chapter, there is no pledging and no hazing.

A SigEp Man follows three cardinal principles:

  •  Virtue - Standing aggressively for honesty in all walks of life. Speaking, playing, and living cleanly.
  • Diligence - Persevering determination to perform a task
  • Brotherly Love - True friendships. Aiding a brother in times of need, whatever the circumstances.

SigEp also has the strong support of the more than 280,000 brothers mentioned above. At the KY Beta chapter we're currently in the process of an alumni fundraising program called the 100 Gives 100. For more info click on the alumni support tab located under the alumni section.

Why Join SigEp?
  • rushthebest.png Over the past fifteen years, more men have joined Sigma Phi Epsilon than any other college fraternity
  • There are over 250 chapters spread across the nation
  • Kentucky Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon is a Balanced Man Chapter which means you will be a brother immediately once you sign, no pledging required. The Balanced Man Program helps members develop a sound mind and sound body by encouraging skills related to leadership, scholarship, and athletics.
  • The list of famous Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni is lengthy and includes countless professional athletes, renowned business men, and elected officials.
  • The Kentucky Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has over 70 undergraduate brothers that are eager to help you succeed in college. Chances are that there are brothers with the same major as you, similar interests to you, and similar aspirations to you.
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Chaplain's Quote of the Week

While one person hesitates because he feels inferior, the other is busy making mistakes and becoming superior.

Events

SigEp News
Great job guys grade reports are in!

 This week our grade report came back. We received a 3.108 GPA as a chapter last semester placing us in 4th place among all fraternities! This also keeps us well ahead of the 2.953 all mens average. Make sure to congratulate GW Bridges, Austin Stethen, and Luke Guhy for achieving 4.0's! Keep up the good work and we'll see a Buchanan Cup soon enough.

 

Be Sure To Come out to SigEp Rush!!

Rush week is September 12-15th and the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon would like to invite anyone interested in Greek life out for few nights of fun, food, and brotherhood. Hope to see you there!!!

 

Grand Chapter Conclave - Phoenix, AZ

Join SigEp Alumni and Undergrads at this year's Grand Chapter Conclave. For more information, alumni and undergraduates can find information at www.sigep.org.

This year's Conclave will be in Arizona, August 10-14th.

 

Happy New Year from SigEp!

A Happy New Years shout out goes out to all the brothers of SigEp and their families! Be safe gentlemen and get ready for another exciting semester in Sigma Phi Epsilon!

 

Local Founder wins Speed School Award

Local founder, Stephen Hutti, won a  Professional Award in Engineering from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department this past weekend at the Speed School award dinner at Homecoming. Congrats to a SigEp that pushes beyond the norms and excels to greatness!

 

KY Beta hosts New Member Leadership Camp

UofL SigEps welcomed new members from the region to attend a national leadership workshop. This is the first time the EDGE camp was hosted by a Kentucky SigEp chapter. Rah Rah SigEp!

 

Fall 2010 Rush

Welcome to the 25 new members of the Fall 2010 Rush Class. This is going to be a real exciting year! Again, welcome to KY-Beta gentlemen!

 

Alumni wins State Senate

Fellow UofL SigEp, John Albers, won the Georgia 56th District State Senate seat yesterday evening. Congrats John on the huge accomplishment!

 

CamSlam Homerun Derby

Sigma Phi Epsilon, along with Sigma Chi, raised nearly $3,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of our fellow brother, Cameron Eldridge.

 

SigEp KY Beta to attend Ruck Leadership Camp

Fellow brother, Tad Porter, was selected among many applicants to attend the Ruck Leadership Camp to be held at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. Congrats Tad on being selected as one of the 150 undergrads across the nation!