About Sigma Phi Epsilon
SigEp was founded at Richmond College, now the University of Richmond, on November 1, 1901 on the cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded because 12 young collegians hungered for a campus fellowship based on Judeo/Christian ideals that neither the college community nor the fraternity system at that time could offer. The desire for brotherhood was in the young men's souls. Sigma Phi Epsilon was needed.
The Kentucky Zeta Chapter of SigEp was founded April 25, 1970. Since it's chartering Kentucky Zeta has provided college men with and outlet for leadership, brotherhood and social interaction, all while maintaining the cardinal principles set forth by our founding fathers. Sigma Phi Epsilon at Morehead State has produced numerous successful SGA and IFC presidents. It has proven its leadership in most every facet of university life including student organizations, athletics, and most importantly academic achievement. Not to mention consistently being the largest fraternity on Morehead's campus. Ultimately, SigEp gives those who join a chance to live above the common level of life.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Building Balanced Leaders for Tomorrow's Communities.
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