Welcome to SigEp at Tennessee Tech
Thank You for visiting the interactive website of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter at Tennessee Tech University. Sigma Phi Epsilon is a national fraternity founded in 1901 with over 300,000 lifetime members and growing.Tennessee Epsilon chapter at Tennessee Tech is also growing. We are consistently looking for motivated and balanced men who are interested in joining our brotherhood. SigEp has been the leading fraternity among both national fraternities and here at Tennessee Tech in moving the fraternity culture towards development of our brothers and building a balanced man. Please take a few minutes to explore our website and don't ever hesitate to stop by our house and see for yourself what we are all about.
A Message From the Chapter President.
My name is Adam Foutch and I am the current President of the Tennessee Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Tennessee Tech University. I am very excited to be this chapters President for 2014. Sig Ep means a lot to me and I have several goals for the chapter. We have had a very good year so far. As a chapter in fall of 2013 we had the highest new member grades on campus with a 3.08 and the second highest overall chapter grades with a 2.88. As of right now we are in 4th place in intramurals but we still have some of our best sports to go this semester. We are hoping for a 2nd or 3rd place finish at the end of this semester. Two of our brothers went through Brother Mentor last semester and we plan on four more going through in the spring. Our entire executive board will be traveling to Atlanta, GA at the end of February to attend Carlson Leadership Academy to learn more about their respective executive positions. Our annual Queen of Hearts Philanthropy is happening right after spring break and we hope to drastically increase the amount of money we raise for “TNT” from the previous years. I, along with the entire undergraduate class have high expectations for ourselves and large goals to achieve both inside and outside of the fraternity in the coming year. The future looks bright for this undergraduate chapter.