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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 Spring 2022 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 lawn game package for future recruitment efforts.

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

*To qualify for the Spring 2022 Recruitment Challenge new members must be paid and reported by April 15th.


GROUP
GOAL
Alabama Alpha-Mu 5
Alabama Chi 5
Alabama Iota 12
Alabama Mu 5
Alabama Nu 3
Arizona Beta 10
Arizona Delta 5
Arkansas Alpha-Upsilon 5
California Alpha 25
California Alpha-Beta 12
California Alpha-Delta 5
California Alpha-Gamma 12
California Beta 7
California Chi 7
California Delta 7
California Epsilon 12
California Iota 5
California Lambda 5
California Mu 5
California Nu 10
California Omicron 12
California Theta 5
California Upsilon 3
California Xi 3
California Zeta 5
Colorado Chi 20
Colorado Delta 7
Colorado Lambda 5
Colorado Phi 5
Connecticut Beta 10
Connecticut Lambda 5
Connecticut Nu-Eta 12
Delaware Alpha 7
Florida Alpha 20
Florida Alpha-Mu 5
Florida Beta 15
Florida Delta 5
Florida Epsilon 15
Florida Gamma 5
Florida Lambda 5
Florida Nu 10
Florida Omicron 11
Florida Rho 5
Florida Sigma 3
Florida Upsilon 7
Georgia Alpha 5
Georgia Beta 5
Georgia Epsilon 25
Georgia Eta 5
Georgia Mu 5
Georgia Omega 5
Georgia Phi 5
Georgia Psi 5
Idaho Alpha 15
Illinois Beta 10
Illinois Delta 15
Illinois Delta-Lambda 5
Illinois Delta-Pi 5
Illinois Epsilon 3
Illinois Gamma 10
Illinois Psi-Omega 7
Illinois Sigma-Sigma 13
Indiana Alpha 3
Indiana Beta 18
Indiana Delta 10
Indiana Epsilon 3
Indiana Gamma 20
Indiana Iota-Pi 6
Indiana Sigma 5
Indiana Zeta 10
Iowa Chi 5
Iowa Delta 5
Iowa Gamma 10
Iowa Sigma 5
Kansas Beta 5
Kansas Delta 3
Kansas Gamma 5
Kentucky Beta 15
Kentucky Gamma 10
Kentucky Kappa 20
Kentucky Sigma 5
Louisiana Chi 6
Louisiana Epsilon 5
Louisiana Tau-Upsilon 20
Maryland Beta 12
Maryland Delta 3
Maryland Mu 10
Maryland Sigma 15
Massachusetts Beta-Alpha 15
Massachusetts Delta 5
Massachusetts Epsilon 3
Massachusetts Gamma 5
Massachusetts Iota-Tau 3
Massachusetts Sigma 5
Massachusetts Tau-Gamma 3
Michigan Alpha 3
Michigan Delta-Omega 5
Michigan Epsilon – Section A 5
Michigan Epsilon – Section B 5
Michigan Gamma 18
Michigan Iota-Beta 15
Michigan Zeta 8
Minnesota Alpha 12
Minnesota Gamma 3
Mississippi Delta 5
Mississippi Delta-Sigma 5
Mississippi Gamma 5
Mississippi Sigma 5
Mississippi Theta 8
Missouri Beta 12
Missouri Delta 8
Missouri Gamma 5
Missouri Kappa-Chi 5
Montana Alpha 8
Montana Beta 5
Nebraska Iota 18
Nebraska Lambda-Pi 5
Nevada Beta 3
New Hampshire Beta 10
New Jersey Iota-Tau 11
New Jersey Omega 14
New Jersey Rho 15
New Jersey Rho-Sigma 12
New Jersey Tau-Gamma 15
New Mexico Alpha 10
New Mexico Phi 3
New Mexico Tau 5
New York Beta 5
New York Chi 5
New York Epsilon 5
New York Phi 5
New York Zeta 7
North Carolina Beta 8
North Carolina Chi 10
North Carolina Delta 4
North Carolina Epsilon 5
North Carolina Omega 12
North Carolina Theta 23
North Dakota Alpha 8
North Dakota Beta 5
Ohio Alpha 5
Ohio Chi-Sigma 25
Ohio Epsilon 12
Ohio Kappa 5
Ohio Lambda 3
Ohio Nu 7
Ohio Phi 5
Ohio Rho 12
Ohio Sigma 5
Ohio Tau 30
Ohio Theta 45
Oklahoma Mu 10
Oregon Alpha 5
Oregon Beta 12
Oregon Gamma 8
Pennsylvania Alpha-Zeta 10
Pennsylvania Beta-Phi 3
Pennsylvania Chi-Omicron 8
Pennsylvania Delta 5
Pennsylvania Kappa 3
Pennsylvania Phi 7
Pennsylvania Psi-Eta 7
Pennsylvania Sigma-Mu 8
Pennsylvania Tau-Gamma 5
Pennsylvania Theta 15
Pennsylvania Xi 15
Pennsylvania Zeta 14
Quebec Alpha 4
Rhode Island Alpha 20
South Carolina Delta 5
South Carolina Gamma 18
South Carolina Nu 5
South Carolina Phi 7
South Carolina Sigma 4
South Carolina Upsilon 10
South Dakota Sigma 19
South Dakota Theta 5
Tennessee Alpha 5
Tennessee Beta 3
Tennessee Eta 5
Tennessee Kappa 15
Tennessee Omega 25
Tennessee Rho 3
Tennessee Tau 3
Tennessee Zeta 17
Texas Alpha 5
Texas Beta 5
Texas Chi 17
Texas Delta 50
Texas Epsilon 5
Texas Nu 3
Texas Omega 3
Texas Phi 3
Texas Sigma 20
Texas Tau 17
Texas Theta 10
Texas Zeta 5
Virginia Alpha 5
Virginia Eta 5
Virginia Kappa 5
Virginia Omicron 22
Virginia Upsilon 5
Virginia Zeta 9
Washington Alpha 5
Washington Beta 9
Washington City Alpha 5
Washington City Eta-Sigma 11
Washington City Rho 5
Washington Gamma 15
West Virginia Alpha 5
Wisconsin Alpha 12
Wisconsin Sigma 3
Wyoming Alpha 5

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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