Balanced Man Scholarship

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Alan Wilson (’80) honored as one of Tennessee’s “100 Distinguished Alumni”

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Register Today for the 55th SigEp Conclave – Orlando FL August 2-6 2017

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One Million Dollars in Scholarships awarded.

Alumni Weekend 2017 – Pictures Available

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Our Core Values

Equal Rights and Responsibilities

Full membership upon joining

Continuous Development

Growing throughout life

Accountability

Committing to SigEp’s high standards

Living the Ritual

Incorporating SigEp’s values into everyday life

Mentoring

Maximizing growth through guidance and support

What is the Balanced Man Program?

Why did I choose SigEp?

Becoming a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon made my college experience three dimensional.

While I enjoyed the freedom that comes with being on one’s own at college, UTK’s size felt overwhelming. SigEp gave me the family feeling I had been longing for.  I now had connections and common purpose with diverse brothers.

Leadership skills gained as a chapter officer were as important, if not more, than graduating Magna Cum Laude in four years. The brotherly love I experienced as a Sig Ep helped me gain confidence in myself. I formed the belief that in life, “I would get out of something what I put into it” as a member.  

I learned values of virtue, diligence and brotherly love working with chapter members during Homecoming, “Carnicus”, chapter philanthropy, and sports.

Most importantly, I made cherished, lifelong friends–brothers who have always been there for me, having my back. 

Michael Hickey
Michael Hickey – Tennessee ’76 (VP & General Counsel, International Oil and Gas Firm)

“Coming from out-of-state, I didn’t know a single person when I arrived at UT in Knoxville. The Tennessee Alpha SigEp chapter welcomed me with open arms and allowed me to find a group of guys who shared similar interests and values.

SigEp provided me with an environment where I could be myself in while also challenging me to grow and mature.

As a result, my college experience was better than anything I could have ever imagined. The bonds that I formed with my fellow brothers have not wavered since graduation. They are friendships that will last a lifetime.”

Kyle Dionisio - Tennessee '14
Kyle Dionisio – Tennessee ’14