Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at Eastern Washington University


Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) is a fraternal organization on Eastern Washington University’s campus that delivers a unique college experience for undergraduate men. The Washington Gamma Chapter at EWU was founded June 1, 1991. Since then, we have been dedicated to producing Balanced Men and living a commitment to our Sound Mind and Sound Body ideals. SigEp was founded on the three cardinal principles: virtue, diligence, and brotherly love.

Nationally, SigEp is one of the largest undergraduate, social fraternities in the country with over 15,000 members in 228 chapters. The national fraternity was founded on Nov. 1, 1901, at Richmond College, now known as the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia.

SigEp is a place where men can expect excellence.

Eastern’s SigEp chapter is offering scholarships this fall to men who exhibit academic excellence, demonstrate leadership skills and commit to their health and well-being. For incoming freshman and transfer students, apply for the balanced man scholarship here.