EDGE is a high-energy overnight program that offers SigEp’s newest members the type of outside-the-classroom education that is hard to find at most colleges and universities. As students are adjusting to college, SigEp provides them a curriculum that stresses how to overcome obstacles and create healthy habits for a lifetime of achievement. EDGE participants can expect to return home with a foundation for a successful life in college and beyond.
College men today face many challenges: the pressure to fit in or to be different, the pressure to drink alcohol or use drugs, and the pressure of balancing a social life with the rigors of a tough academic schedule. Throughout this overnight program, undergraduates participate in teambuilding activities, small group discussions, large group presentations and a variety of activities to build self-awareness and reflect on personal goals.
New members also learn critical leadership skills for the Fraternity and their everyday lives. The program includes a look at our Ritual, our values and a discussion about why they matter.
EDGE facilitators include senior undergraduates, distinguished alumni and renowned volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering for this program, contact Meghan Grace.
There is no cost to attend EDGE, however each no-show will be paid at the chapter’s expense.
Fall 2015 EDGE dates will be available this summer.