Sigma phi epsilon
sIGMA PHI EPSILON was founded at RICHMOND COLLEGE in RICHMOND, Virginia IN 1901.
The CALIFORNIA GAMMA chapter of SIGMA PHI EPSILON was originally founded at UCSB in 1947.
Colors: PURPLE AND RED
PRESIDENT: MOHAMMED DUGALLY
About the chapter
average chapter gpa, spring: 3.08
number of members: 125
charities supported: Juvenile Diabetes REsearch foundation
nickname: sig ep
Number of service hours, spring: 745
Philanthropic Dollars raiseD, annual: $ -
A MESSAGE FROM OUR prESIDENT
A little about us: Sigma Phi Epsilon, more commonly known as Sig Ep, is home to a group of diverse, well balanced men. Our members come from many different backgrounds; they have many different interests, hobbies, and majors; and, most importantly, they are all searching for the same thing: a brotherhood unlike any other, along with the freedom to be the person they truly are around their brothers. Our members better themselves, each other, and the community around them through philanthropy and brotherhood events while having a one of a kind college experience filled with new experiences and the best times of their lives, so far.
A little about me: My name is Mohammed Dugally, most people on campus know me as Moe, and I am the President of Sig Ep. I’m a fourth year Psychology and Brain Sciences major from Hollywood, CA. I joined Sig Ep in the spring of my freshman year because I found a place where I saw potential for personal growth. I felt comfortable talking to all the guys, and felt that they had as much to offer me as I had to offer them. I became President because I saw how I could positively impact our fraternity, as well as Greek Life as a whole on campus. I have tried to improve the experience for everyone who has passed through our red door during my tenure as President, and hope the things I have accomplished inspire future generations to continue improving the relationship between our members, between us and the community around us, and between Greek life and the country as a whole.
-- MOHAMMED DUGALLY, SENIOR PSYCHOLOGY AND BRAIN SCIENCES MAJOR