SigEp’s Balanced Man Program provides the structure, support, and guidance required for today’s student to grow and fine-tune skills they can’t get in the classroom.
To achieve our goal of excelling at mentoring college undergraduates, alumni and volunteers donate their time and talents because want to make an impact on the undergraduate experience.
The 7th Annual Skull & Bones Charity Golf Classic is right around the corner! Join your alumni brothers and friends for a Virginia Mu tradition as we hit the links and then enjoy a night of camaraderie.
How does the Educational Foundation help?
The Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation at George Mason University has an Annual Fund for donors who want to help pay for targeted, outcomes-based programs that prepare young men for success and a variety of scholarships. The Annual Fund is also used to help fund and expand the programs and events that create opportunities to continue to be active in your commitment to the ideals of brotherhood and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The educational and life experiences for our brothers and volunteers are enhanced through SigEp’s programs and services. These efforts ease the transition to college, enable academic achievement and leadership during college, encourage preparation for life after college, and provide opportunities to stay connected and remain involved.
Our collegiate brothers are facing some serious obstacles, and they need our help.
- Unemployment rates are consistently above seven percent.
- More than half of college graduates last year are jobless or underemployed.
- Employers are reporting that many college graduates are unprepared to meet professional expectations and responsibilities.
- The average student debt at graduation for the class of 2015 is a little more than $35,000, an all-time high.
We know our efforts produce balanced men. And we know those efforts are reaching a fraction of our brothers in need. The Annual Fund is one of the ways you can help.
With your generous financial support of any size will help provide the structure, support, and guidance required for today’s student to grow and fine-tune skills they can’t get in the classroom.