Georgia Tech Chapter Raises $11,500 To Benefit The Jed Foundation

The men from the chapter at Georgia Tech University recently raised $11,500 to benefit the Jed Foundation through their annual Family Casino Night philanthropy. Similar to our service partner, Movember, the Jed Foundation is a non-profit that strives to protect emotional health and prevent suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. Behind the sponsors and a silent […]

University of Michigan Emerging Chapter Helps Raise $73,500 With 87th Annual Mudbowl

The emerging chapter at the University of Michigan is wasting no time in making an impact on campus. The True Gentlemen, who were reestablished this fall semester, helped raise a record-breaking $73,500 in the 87th Annual MudBowl, a football game outside their chapter house Saturday afternoon. The event was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 […]

University of Miami Chapter Inspires Brother To Start His Business

Adam Musa ’21 grew up in the gas station business. His father and grandfather have been in the industry for over 30 years. “My family has been in the industry since the early 80s. So when a location, and, more still, an opportunity presented itself in Miami Beach, I went for it. I didn’t let […]

University of West Florida collects donations for hurricane victims in New Orleans

The University of West Florida partnered up with Son Of A Saint to raise funds and collect canned goods for Giving Hope: The Food Pantry of New Orleans.  Son of a Saint, a local non-profit started by former NFL player Bivian Lee, designed to help boys through mentorship, emotional support, development of life skills, and […]

Nicholls State chapter feeds victims of Hurricane Ida

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s chapter at Nicholls State University had the pleasure of raising money and distributing meals to victims of Hurricane Ida recently. The chapter’s Feed & Fund Lafourche event served over 2,000 hot plate lunches and distributed $15,000 worth of grocery gift cards to the victims of Hurricane Ida on September 19. The men […]

University of Arkansas alum honored with 151st Distinguished Service Award

Recognizing a lifetime of service and loyalty to the Fraternity, the Distinguished Service Award is the highest individual award a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon may receive. Their actions exhibit their understanding of the Fraternity’s teachings, adherence to Fraternity Laws, attention to the promotion of its welfare, and exemplary conduct that guards well its honor […]

University of Louisville gives back with Blessings In A Backpack

The brothers of the chapter at the University of Louisville recently volunteered to help the Louisville chapter of Blessings in a Backpack at their fourth annual golf scramble. Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals, and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry. Brother […]

Season 3, Episode 3 – The Most Important Job

The third episode of season 3 features retired Air Force General Richard B. Myers, SAE alumnus and President of Kansas State University. Foundation CEO Steve Mitchell interviewed President Myers over Zoom earlier this year. President Myers grew up just outside of Kansas City, Kansas, and studied mechanical engineering at Kansas State University. He is a […]

Clemson climbs stairs for fallen 9/11 first responders

Over the weekend, the emerging chapter at Clemson University took the extra step in remembering the victims from September 11, 2001. The brothers represented Sigma Alpha Epsilon on the campus steps of Sikes Hall in remembrance of those who passed. Each brother climbed 110 flights of stairs in honor of the fallen first responders who […]