Sigma Phi Epsilon
A Letter From The President,
What makes the college experience is not the activities you do, the successes you have, nor the memories you create. What makes the true college experience are the people you do those activities with, the people you achieve those successes with, and the people you make those memories with. In Sigma Phi Epsilon you can meet those people.
Walking the halls of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, you will find over 100 of the most promising young men at the University of Washington. Within these halls you will find your business students, pre-law students, bioengineers, and computer engineers. Within these halls you will find your TAs, club presidents, laboratory researchers, and student government employees. But ultimately within these halls you will find a community, a brotherhood, which will push you to succeed.
Sigma Phi Epsilon seeks to enrich our member’s lives through development and the continuous pursuit of knowledge. Our developmental series brings in outside speakers to educate members from everything like financial planning or picking out a suit, to cooking bananas foster for a date. When not in the classroom you can find our brothers on the athletic fields and courts, competing in intramural championships or completing events like the Seattle and Portland Marathons. The men of our organization graduate with so much more than just a degree, they graduate with a balance of both sound mind and sound body, that will set them up to succeed for the rest of their lives.
I have seen the positive effects Sigma Phi Epsilon has had on our members. Men who came into this University looking for a four-year college experience, turned into men leaving with a lifetime of friendships and skills. My collegiate experience at the University of Washington has been defined by my experience within Sigma Phi Epsilon and by the brothers I have lived with. I encourage you to seek more than just an education in your time here at the University, seek a balance, seek a brotherhood, seek the ultimate college experience.
“To provide our members a brotherhood that upholds academic excellence, challenges personal development and embodies our cardinal principles of virtue, diligence and brother love, delivering the ultimate college experience.”