Stepping into a leadership position in a SigEp chapter can be a life-changing experience. For undergraduates, serving a leadership role in SigEp offers you an opportunity to develop skills and habits that will make you better prepared for the professional world. For volunteers, the chance to be a mentor is the most gratifying way to give back to the Fraternity and fulfill your lifetime commitment to SigEp.
Sound operations ensure that the chapter is prepared for success, and able to offer the best possible experience to our brothers.
The most successful chapters recruit good students and strong leaders, and focus on recruitment year round. They also keep these men involved with SigEp through graduation by offering a continuous development program that enhances skills not developed in the classroom. Ideal chapters make academics the priority of collegiate life, and partner with faculty members in the classroom and the chapter house. These chapters are responsible when it comes to managing and eliminating risk, balancing budgets and holding brothers accountable for their actions.
Whether you are an undergraduate brother, chapter officer, alumnus, volunteer, parent, or university professional, the following resources will help you better understand and support the ideal SigEp experience. Think of this as your playbook to a great SigEp chapter.
Resources are grouped into the following specific areas of chapter operations.
|Undergraduate officers||Chapter standards and bylaws|
|Balanced Man Program||Chapter goal setting|
|Residential learning||Chapter retreats|
|Finances||Marketing and branding|
“SigEp helped me develop my rough social skills into a polished young man.”
Texas Christian ’61