Sigma Phi Epsilon was introduced to Moravian College in 1998, and since has blossomed into one of the premier student organizations on campus. Undergraduate brothers are involved in student government, key players on many of Moravian’s sports teams, and involved in numerous organizations on campus. Currently, Trevor Glanville ’14 and Patrick Perone ’15 hold the only two student help trustee positions on Moravian College’s Board of Trustees.
SigEp PABA is a Balanced Man chapter and offers a multitude of unique experiences to its undergraduate brothers. For examlple, first year undergraduate brothers are eligible for a Balanced Man Scholarship of $1,000. Brothers are also able to take advantages of programs like our Professional Development Series with Brother Phillip Patrick, former CEO and Founder of PharmaStrat, which focus on resume/cover letter building and interview skills.
Undergraduate brothers also have the opportunity to branch out and meet other SigEps from all over the country at regional and national events such as EDGE, the Carlson Leadership Academy, Ruck Leadership Academy, Tragos Quest to Greece, and Conclave.
The chapter house (pictured at right) is located at 1423-25 Iron Street. Just two blocks behind Johnston Hall, the house can be easily identified by our signature “ΣΦΕ” letters. There are 11 brothers living in the house, 7 of them in individual rooms. The house is open to all brothers in the Fall of their Sophomore year.