Sig Ep Stromboli/Donation Event

Donate to Help Emily!
Every year Sigma Phi Epsilon hosts SigEp Stromboli. SigEp Stromboli is one of the most successful events on UT's campus. The brothers make over 500 strombolis. This year we are raising money for a different cause, something a little closer to home. Steve Falkenstein was the president of The University of Toledo's Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter from 1994-1995. Recently his two-year-old daughter, Emily, was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. She is the youngest of five children and his family could really use our help and support. Emily is currently undergoing 45 weeks of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Donate Here!

Senior/Alumni Dinner is April 15, 2014

Annual Alumni and Senior Appreciation Dinner
The Blarney Back Room
Monroe Street, Toledo OH 43606

Cocktails @ 6:00pm
Dinner @ 7:00pm
Cost $20.00

About SigEp@UT

SigEp’s mission since spring 2010 has been “Building Balanced Men.” With these three words, we capture the essence of SigEp’s value to its members: charting a course for men to live their best lives by embracing our cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love and committing to the practice of Sound Mind and Sound Body.

A SigEp undergraduate understands the importance of being a good student and a good citizen, living a healthy lifestyle and serving as a leader on campus. After graduation, a SigEp is prepared to take these lessons and apply them to the rest of his life. Commitment to the cardinal principles and a philosophy of balance does not end at graduation. SigEps continue in their quest for knowledge and health as they go out to lead the larger world.

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