SigEp – Georgia Tech

The Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) Georgia Alpha Chapter at the Georgia Institute of Technology has been one of the top fraternities both at the university and nationally since it’s founding in 1907. The Brothers of SigEp Georgia Alpha are constantly striving to help each other become better individuals, and contribute to both the Georgia Tech Community.

SigEp revolutionized the fraternity movement in 1991 by unveiling the Balanced Man Program (BMP), a concept of single-tiered membership and continuous development that begins the day a brother joins. SigEp believes the stereotypical fraternity experience does not fulfill the needs of today’s college male. The BMP offers an experience focused on scholarship, leadership, professional development and life skills. Members learn to live their best lives through unique, rewarding programming tailored to fit their needs and prepare them for the journey of life ahead.

The Georgia Alpha chapter has a long standing history of success and in both building our brothers and our community.