Sigma Phi Epsilon
About Our Chapter
Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College, now the University of Richmond, on November 1, 1901, on the Cardinal Principles of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Today, the Fraternity has grown to nearly 350,000-lifetime members, including 13,900 undergraduates on 200 campuses across the United States.At Montana State University’s Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter, we pride ourselves in our national fraternity motto, “This fraternity will be different.” Our brothers are dedicated to academic success and character development, aided by our Balanced Man Program. Additionally, our membership is open to all male-identifying individuals and all members are of equal status from the day they join. We are a substance-free organization that does not tolerate hazing or harassment. Our chapter works to benefit the campus and community through service, individual projects, and organizational leadership. You will find yourself amongst one of the strongest networks of college men that strive for positive growth and development at Montana State University.
This Spring, our chapter sent four delegates and our Faculty Advisor to represent our chapter at the national Sigma Phi Epsilon Carlson Leadership Academy in San Francisco, California. In years past, our chapter led a coalition of chapters across the nation to make all SigEp chapters substance-free. This year, Montana Beta continued our legacy of national influence, sponsoring legislation to address the environmental impacts of our national fraternity, adopting a formal land acknowledgment nationally, and charging the national diversity, equity, and inclusion committee to explore issues of gender throughout Sigma Phi Epsilon.
We seek membership in the brightest young men at Montana State University. Historically our chapter boasts an average GPA raking highest among all Fraternity and Sorority Life, and members can be found actively engaged across campus. You will encounter SigEps involved with the Honors College, advocating in the VOICE Center, serving in the ASMSU student government, organizing Service Saturdays, and excelling in all walks of student life at Montana State University. Though COVID-19 has altered our operations over the past two years, our chapter has been known to dedicate our time towards Service Saturdays, Eagle Mount, Habitat for Humanity, and raising money for Special Olympics Montana through the Polar Plunge. Aside from academics and extracurriculars on campus, you will also find our brothers mountain biking, rock climbing, white-water kayaking, and shredding the slopes at Bridger Bowl, among other recreational pursuits.
Come meet the guys! Reach out to one of our chapter officers below!
|Eagle Mount Bozeman
1717 Greek Way
|Local Chapter Website
Aiden Christy [email protected]
Payton Weaver [email protected]