Are you looking to get the most out of your college experience? Are you the type of person who is involved and incredibly driven? Do you push yourself to be the best man that you can be? If so, SigEp might be right for you. Our brotherhood consists of more than 120 men who stress virtue, diligence, and brotherly love in every aspect of their lives. Our brothers strive to better NC State Greek Life, as well as our campus as a whole and the local community. SigEp - NC Beta is consistently leading in intramural sports, service, grades, campus leadership, and campus involvement, alongside those who will become lifelong friends.


Winning the IFC Caldwell Cup, maintaining 100% Greek life standards, winning Greek Week, and winning sorority philanthropy competitions are not the only accomplishments that SigEp brothers are proud of. Each member progresses through our member development program by completing four unique challenges over their years in college in order to help them fully reach the Balanced Man ideals of Sound Mind and Sound Body. The Balanced Man Program orients each brother to both campus and the fraternity, while providing them the with the support of a strong brotherhood. Becoming a part of Sigma Phi Epsilon allows you to gain the support of chapter alumni, enhance your academic successes, social interactions, leadership experience, community service, and athletic endeavors.


The Balanced Man Program allows our chapter to recruit year round, and we always encourage new members to join at a time that is the best fit for them personally. New members are not subjected to semester-long pledge process but will instead be introduced into the first of the four challenges (Sigma, Phi, Epsilon, and Brother Mentor). We believe in a development model that allows men to constantly strive for improvement over the course of their entire college career.

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Fall Rush 2018

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2nd Invitational
Preference Night

About Us

Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College, now the University of Richmond, on November 1, 1901, more

Spring Rush 2018

Food and Football
Driving Range
Billiards Night
Alumni Talk and Dinner