Balanced Man Scholarship

 

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Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1, 1901, at Richmond College. Since then, SigEp has grown to become the largest fraternity in the country. Nationwide, SigEp now has 15,000 undergraduate members and more than 320,000 lifetime members. The Texas Mu chapter at Texas A&M is one of the biggest fraternities on campus with more than 110 active brothers. SigEp was founded with the cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Here at A&M we are looking to recruit incoming freshman that embody these principles and have a desire to better the chapter as a whole. It is for this very reason that I am pleased to announce that we will be issuing the Balanced Man Scholarship this coming Fall. SigEp was the first fraternity founded at Texas A&M, and we are proud to be among the top fraternities here. The Texas Mu chapter is filled with true gentlemen who hold high esteem for themselves and those around them. Joining is a great way to start networking and developing leadership skills, as many of our members have held office in the fraternity, on IFC, or in student government. The Balanced Man Scholarship will be a $500 scholarship and will be awarded to one incoming freshman. This scholarship is geared towards individuals who had not previously thought about joining Greek Life but will hopefully realize the benefits and decide to get involved. If you receive this scholarship there will be no obligation to join Greek Life. To receive more information on this scholarship and to learn how to apply visit our website. www.aggiesigep.org. Joining Greek Life has tremendous advantages, so please take the time to research joining and finding out more about the BMS.

If you are interested in SigEp or the Balanced Man Scholarship please contact:

Cole Inhofe – (918) 720-6100 – VP of Recruitment

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