Is Sigma Phi Epsilon right for your son?
For your son, making the transition from high school or a community college to a four-year college or university may seem like an imposing challenge. One or more of the following questions may be on his mind:
- Will I fit in and make new friends?
- Will I succeed academically?
- Will I be able to get involved in campus organizations and better my leadership skills?
- Will I find other people interested in the same things that I am?
- How can I best prepare for my career?
- Will I feel like a part of the community or just another number?
Fraternities exist as a proven support network for your son as he embarks on this new period in his life. Sigma Phi Epsilon will help personalize your son's college experience by:
- A scholastic support system.
- Practicing leadership.
- Practical financial management.
- Faculty interaction.
- Contact with alumni in the community.
- Involvement in serving others.
- A family-like support system.
- Develop interpersonal skills.
With all these opportunities available to them, it is no wonder that fraternity members tend to graduate from college at a higher rate than those men not involved in fraternities.