Sigma Phi Epsilon at Mississippi State University has strived for excellence on campus and within the community since it was founded in 1938. We are a social, non-pledging, non-hazing, fraternity that believes in molding the development of our members around our cardinal principles: Virtue, Diligence, & Brotherly Love. Our organization supports this by creating opportunities for our members to better understand these principles and integrate them into their lives. We produce a culture that creates balanced men and drives our members toward excellence.
Currently, SigEp is the largest national fraternity with over 335,000 lifetime members and also holds the highest national fraternal GPA average at a 3.2. We are proud that Mississippi State SigEp has produced over 1500 SigEp alumni in our 82 years on campus!
SigEp focuses on the ideas of continuous development, accountability and challenging the status quo through programming and partnerships. The main central focus that inspires us to be different is our Balanced Man Program (BMP). The BMP is a continuous development program that focuses on helping our members grow and develop in the areas like: personal development, professional development, embodying the idea of having “Sound Mind” by continuing to pursue intellectual thought and practicing the idea of having a “Sound Body” focusing on health & wellness. Studies show that 90% of the college experience is spent outside of the classroom. SigEp strives to be a resource for our member's time through diligent internal programming with the BMP, as well as creating valuable partnerships with the university and other organizations.
Carlson Leadership Academy, Atlanta 2020