Welcome to the organizational home page of the Texas Epsilon chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Founded in 1957, we were the first fraternity on the Lamar University campus and are the only organization to own a fraternity house and the only fraternity to offer members and non-members fraternity based scholarship grants. SigEp was founded with the cardinal principles of virtue, diligence and brotherly love, and we strive to embody these values in everyday life. We aspire to develop young men into balanced men of sound mind in a sound body. Welcome again, enjoy all that we have to offer, and don't hesitate to reach out to us!
SigEp is redefining fraternity on college campuses across the country. We complement a man’s education by delivering a premier student experience in one of the most formative times of his life. Through SigEp, men strengthen their character, build leadership and interpersonal skills, and learn to develop healthy, lifelong relationships that are essential to a successful and fulfilling life.
SigEp was founded with the Cardinal Principles of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love. Our mission is “Building Balanced Men,” which is achieved through a commitment to Sound Mind and Sound Body. We are committed to working with our host institutions as a valued partner in higher education.
Student Organization seeking registration renewal
Must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA each semester in regards to all college school work. Must act like a gentleman constantly displaying the values of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Must be willing and prepared to become a Balanced Man: Accountability, Attitude, Appearance, Personality, Punctuality, Sportsmanship. It is through our rituals that we bring purpose into our lives. Embody the way we live and celebrate what we believe. SigEp men represent a sound mind in a sound body. We believe in the love of God and the principle of peace through brotherhood.
MUST be a valid LAMAR UNIVERSITY email
Please upload your current constitution in PDF or Word format. If you do not have a constitution, contact the Office of Student Organization Services for an example. If constitutions are amended, organizations must bring a copy of the new constitution to the Office of Organization Services located in Setzer Student Center, Room 260 for the files.