Sigma Phi Epsilon

Sigma Phi Epsilon Quick Facts
National Founding: November 1, 1901 at Richmond College, VA
Local Founding: February 22, 2002 as the New Jersey-Zeta Chapter
Motto: “Building Balanced Leaders for the World’s Communities”
Cardinal Principles: Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love
Philanthropic Cause: Youth AIDS
National Organization: www.sigep.org
Nickname: SigEp
Colors: Purple, Red and Gold
Flower: The Violet and The Dark Red Rose
Symbol: Golden Heart
Mascot: The Knight

Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter Statistics
Overall Chapter Score- 91.9%
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Spring 2013

  • Number of Active Member- 44
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 0
  • Chapter GPA- 3.073
  • New Members Inducted- 14
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- 3.16
  • Total Building Damages- University House $2,109.97

Fall 2013

  • Number of Active Member- 43
  • Number of Members who Disaffiliated- 6
  • Chapter GPA- 3.14
  • New Members Inducted- 3
  • Number of Members who Depledged- 0
  • New Member GPA- 3.07
  • Total Building Damages- University House $418.38

Sigma Phi Epsilon Contact Information
Chapter President: John Carroll
Primary Advisor:  Robert Schulte
University House, House Manager: 2013-2014 Nate Culp, 2014-2015 Shaiann Grey
House Director: Jane Sanchez

Sigma Phi Epsilon Standards and Expectations Highlights
Academic Achievement- 95.8%
Chapter Operations- 85.3%

  • Chapter will strengthen their community service efforts by providing more options in order to complete the 20 hours per semester, per brother goal.

Risk Reduction- 95.5%
House Management
- 75%

Programming- 96.6%

  • Chapter raised over $2500 for their philanthropy, Youth Aids during their Brother Auction.
  • Chapter programs focused on networking and mentoring as well as incorporating fitness and meditation programs for member development.
  • Chapter created a TED Talk series where they were able to watch videos and then discuss as a brotherhood.
  • Awards Received: Spirit of Fraternity Award, Living the Ritual, Outstanding Program or Event, Outstanding Greek Senior

Leadership Development- 96.9%

  • Chapter had dinners with faculty fellow with Dr. Weber.
  • Chapter continues to promote academic leadership through their brother mentor program, fantasy academics, and book club.

Chapter Violations

  • 2013 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0
  • 2012 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 3
    *Sanctions based on April 3, 2012 Noise Policy violation
       - Community Restitution - completed 9/30/12
       - Monetary Fine - completed 5/16/12
    *Sanctions based on April 6, 2012 Alcohol Policy violation
       - Alcohol Education Program - completed 12/17/12
       - Monetary Fine - completed 5/16/12
       - Community Restitution - completed 10/26/12
    *Sanctions based on October 11, 2012 Alcohol Policy violation
       - Monetary Fine - completed 11/20/12
       - Community Restitution - completed 10/26/12
      - Disciplinary Probation - through 9/1/13
  • 2011 Chapter Code of Conduct Violations = 0