On November 14th, 1999, 37 men were brought before Brothers Erin Mullally and Ryan Elliot from Headquarters, to begin the first challenge along the journey of brotherhood, the Sigma Challenge. Brothers were eager, yet anxious, to build a brotherhood worthy to join the National Fraternity of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
At the next meeting following Christmas break, only the following men showed up: Mohamed Al-Khalifa Khalifa, Martin Christian, Steven Goble, Jonathan Huynh, Robert Li, Michael Maslanik, Rahul Patel, Terrence Purnell, Jamie Rosley, and Ryan Turman. These 10 brothers are the founding fathers of the Pennsylvania Beta Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.
SigEp has won seven Dean’s Cups since 2008, an award given to the best fraternity on Drexel's campus. With a staggering cumulative GPA of 3.60, SigEp boasts a 0.4 higher GPA than the average fraternity at Drexel and a 0.27 higher GPA than the All Student average GPA. In 2014, SigEp won IFC Softball and Dodgeball and appeared in the IFC Championship for tennis. In 2015, SigEp won Greek Week, a competition among all Greek Life where the events feature events such as football, Quizzo, Greek tile design, tug of war, and talent show. Since then, SigEp has notoriously placed top three consecutively against a total of fourteen fraternities.
SigEp PA-BB is a Residential Learning Community (RLC) chapter, a special designation from Sigma Phi Epsilon headquarters. Our Residential Learning Community provides a living-learning environment that works to develop life skills needed to succeed after graduation. We provide many resources as an RLC chapter to complement our brother's academic studies.
SigEp PA-BB Community Initiatives
SigEp PA-BB Campus Leadership