As brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, we strive to reach the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, leadership, and service throughout our lives. The values put forth by our Founding Fathers are as relevant today as they were in 1856. And we believe it’s our duty to follow them in order to better ourselves, our brothers, and everyone around us.
Our goal is to give young men the community, culture, guidance, and tools they need to be a True Gentleman. This means having focused principles, strong convictions and the strength to always do the right thing—as a True Gentleman rises above his peers to be a guiding light today and tomorrow.
Photo from Indiana State Women’s Basketball/Instagram Subscribe to The Record For More Stories Like This Earlier this spring, a Brother from Franklin College of Indiana was named Indiana State’s ninth head coach for the women’s…Read More
Since its start in 2019, March To The Madness has grown from raising $28,000 toward the Annual Loyalty Fund to $83,000 in 2021. This fundraiser, modeled after the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament, is not…Read More
Across the realm, brothers share their passion for Sigma Alpha Epsilon in many different ways. Some are more prominent than others whether it’s by wearing a hoodie on campus or an alum who has an…Read More
The recognition of achievement and dedication to Sigma Alpha Epsilon is important. Members and chapters that have distinguished themselves on various levels of the Fraternity or within their professions bring honor not only to themselves…Read More
We’re saddened by the news of the passing of Brother Johnny Isakson (Georgia ’66). Sigma Alpha Epsilon has a rich history of Brothers who have served the United States in an elected office, but few…Read More
Back in November, the men from the chapter at the University of Texas-Dallas hosted its 5th Annual Brad Monks Memorial Golf Tournament, organized through their 501(c)3 charity, Rock The Campus, at the Courses of Watters Creek…Read More
With the sad and unfortunate news of the tornados in Western Kentucky this past weekend, the chapters at the University of Louisville, Western Kentucky, and Centre College are taking action. View this post on Instagram…Read More
The chapter at East Tennessee State has been volunteering with FRIENDS for the better part of the last 15 years, building a reputation as one of the volunteer staples in the community. FRIENDS is a non-profit organization…Read More
The Division 3 Birmingham-Southern College football program historically hasn’t been something to talk about, but this season, the Panthers broke numerous records en route to their first 10-win season ever. The program once disbanded in…Read More
Recently the chapter at West Chester University raised $12,866 for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia during their 16th annual Paddy Murphy week-long philanthropy event. Photo via saewcu/Instagram This year the chapter’s goal was to raise…Read More