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The Recrutiment Challenge

What is The Recruitment Challenge?

In an effort to support the Supreme Council and the Fraternity Service Center’s goals for growth, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is excited to bring back the recruitment challenge for the Fall 2021 semester.

Using past chapter data Sigma Alpha Epsilon has created a goal recruitment number for each chapters “recruitment challenge”. Chapters that meet their goal will receive a 3′ x 5′ official SAE flag. The five chapters with the largest percentage increase of active members will receive a recruitment package that includes, mini flags for each member, a custom table cloth, a pop-up tent for future recruitment efforts, and custom spring recruitment t-shirts for all active members.

There is no better time for Sigma Alpha Epsilon to invite deserving men to our order.

*To qualify for the Fall 2021 Recruitment Challenge new members must be paid and reported by December 15th.


Group Recruitment Goal
Alabama Alpha-Mu 45
Alabama Chi 5
Alabama Iota 12
Alabama Mu 45
Alabama Nu 3
Alabama Omega 3
Arizona Beta 30
Arizona Delta 7
Arkansas Alpha-Upsilon 59
California Alpha 3
California Alpha-Beta 12
California Alpha-Delta 5
California Alpha-Gamma 5
California Beta 18
California Chi 20
California Delta 33
California Epsilon 8
California Iota 10
California Lambda 3
California Mu 3
California Nu 8
California Omicron 3
California Theta 45
California Upsilon 4
California Xi 13
California Zeta 8
Colorado Chi 45
Colorado Delta 23
Colorado Lambda 24
Colorado Phi 17
Connecticut Beta 22
Connecticut Lambda 4
Connecticut Nu-Eta 8
Delaware Alpha 15
Florida Alpha 16
Florida Alpha-Mu 3
Florida Beta 45
Florida Delta 17
Florida Epsilon 25
Florida Gamma 10
Florida Lambda 14
Florida Nu 6
Florida Omicron 6
Florida Rho 3
Florida Sigma 5
Florida Upsilon 35
Georgia Alpha 29
Georgia Beta 40
Georgia Epsilon 6
Georgia Eta 6
Georgia Mu 24
Georgia Omega 22
Georgia Phi 24
Georgia Psi 17
Georgia Rho 3
Georgia Sigma 3
Illinois Beta 30
Illinois Delta 5
Illinois Delta-Lambda 4
Illinois Delta-Pi 26
Illinois Epsilon 3
Illinois Gamma 14
Illinois Psi-Omega 3
Illinois Sigma-Sigma 20
Indiana Alpha 17
Indiana Beta 45
Indiana Delta 3
Indiana Epsilon 17
Indiana Gamma 45
Indiana Iota-Pi 12
Indiana Sigma 20
Indiana Zeta 28
Iowa Chi 12
Iowa Delta 18
Iowa Gamma 24
Iowa Sigma 12
Kansas Beta 28
Kansas Delta 5
Kansas Gamma 16
Kentucky Beta 18
Kentucky Gamma 22
Kentucky Kappa 3
Kentucky Sigma 17
Louisiana Chi 28
Louisiana Epsilon 35
Louisiana Tau-Upsilon 3
Maryland Beta 5
Maryland Delta 3
Maryland Mu 3
Maryland Sigma 6
Massachusetts Beta-Alpha 10
Massachusetts Delta 3
Massachusetts Epsilon 10
Massachusetts Gamma 8
Massachusetts Iota-Tau 10
Massachusetts Sigma 12
Massachusetts Tau-Gamma 3
Michigan Alpha 10
Michigan Delta-Omega 10
Michigan Epsilon – Section A 3
Michigan Epsilon – Section B 3
Michigan Gamma 28
Michigan Zeta 12
Minnesota Alpha 27
Minnesota Delta 3
Minnesota Gamma 6
Mississippi Delta 11
Mississippi Delta-Sigma 11
Mississippi Gamma 36
Mississippi Sigma 17
Mississippi Theta 50
Missouri Beta 5
Missouri Delta 3
Missouri Gamma 11
Missouri Kappa-Chi 12
Montana Alpha 13
Montana Beta 6
Nebraska Iota 13
Nebraska Lambda-Pi 38
Nevada Beta 11
New Hampshire Beta 22
New Jersey Iota-Tau 8
New Jersey Omega 8
New Jersey Rho 15
New Jersey Rho-Sigma 5
New Jersey Tau-Gamma 9
New Mexico Phi 3
New Mexico Tau 14
New York Beta 13
New York Chi 8
New York Epsilon 3
New York Zeta 3
North Carolina Beta 18
North Carolina Chi 16
North Carolina Delta 10
North Carolina Epsilon 3
North Carolina Omega 12
North Carolina Pi 3
North Carolina Theta 3
North Dakota Alpha 16
North Dakota Beta 16
Ohio Alpha 9
Ohio Chi-Sigma 6
Ohio Epsilon 33
Ohio Kappa 3
Ohio Lambda 11
Ohio Nu 16
Ohio Phi 9
Ohio Rho 3
Ohio Sigma 6
Ohio Tau 3
Ohio Theta 14
Oklahoma Mu 35
Oregon Alpha 37
Oregon Beta 33
Oregon Gamma 3
Pennsylvania Alpha-Zeta 13
Pennsylvania Beta-Phi 8
Pennsylvania Chi-Omicron 11
Pennsylvania Delta 17
Pennsylvania Kappa 9
Pennsylvania Phi 14
Pennsylvania Psi-Eta 3
Pennsylvania Sigma-Mu 3
Pennsylvania Tau-Gamma 8
Pennsylvania Theta 3
Pennsylvania Xi 8
Pennsylvania Zeta 14
Quebec Alpha 3
Rhode Island Alpha 30
South Carolina Delta 42
South Carolina Gamma 3
South Carolina Nu 22
South Carolina Phi 22
South Carolina Sigma 3
South Carolina Upsilon 18
South Dakota Sigma 3
South Dakota Theta 11
Tennessee Alpha 20
Tennessee Beta 12
Tennessee Eta 20
Tennessee Kappa 50
Tennessee Omega 3
Tennessee Rho 8
Tennessee Tau 9
Tennessee Zeta 3
Texas Alpha 33
Texas Beta 34
Texas Chi 8
Texas Delta 3
Texas Epsilon 17
Texas Nu 8
Texas Omega 10
Texas Phi 3
Texas Sigma 22
Texas Tau 22
Texas Theta 14
Texas Zeta 12
Virginia Alpha 5
Virginia Eta 5
Virginia Kappa 11
Virginia Omicron 3
Virginia Upsilon 3
Virginia Zeta 17
Washington Alpha 12
Washington Beta 35
Washington City Alpha 3
Washington City Eta-Sigma 8
Washington City Rho 3
Washington Gamma 3
West Virginia Alpha 3
Wisconsin Alpha 48
Wisconsin Sigma 10
Wyoming Alpha 17

Tips on where to find potential new members from the new Recruitment Planning Guide:

1. In the classroom.

Sit in the front row, ask questions, engage with other students during group exercises, and wear SAE apparel. Show classmates that SAE brothers leaders in the classroom and recruiting become easy. Once relationships are developed in the classroom and potential new members (PNMs) have been identified, ask PNMs if they have ever considered joining a fraternity.

2. Campus events.

Attend campus events and contribute to the event. Listen, ask questions, be proactive in meeting new people and again wear SAE apparel. Law of Attraction: Become the member SAE would like to recruit (leader, engaging, community builder, relationship builder)

3. Social Media

Consistent posting (1 post per week) about the chapter displaying SAE values (friendship, scholarship, leadership, service.) Additionally, following PNMs on social media and sending personal messages asking about a respective PNM is a great way to build relationships. Follow different pages searching for PNMs to build a recruitment list (ex. Class of 2023,2024 at (school name), (school name) Activities Council, (school name) Writing/Psychology/Art/Business/Engineering clubs)

4. Friends Network.

Have SAE members go through their social media pages and phone contacts messaging friends about the opportunity to join the fraternity. Most students never join a fraternity because they are never asked. Take the time to ask friends about joining.

Questions?

If your chapter needs assistance in developing a recruitment strategy for the Recruitment Challenge program, or for next semester, email recruitment@sae.net.

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