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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation: The SAE Foundation was established in 1927 to create programs that promote the highest ideals of academic and personal development. The existing programs include named scholarships, a student-loan program and the international Leadership School that has produced more than 50,000 graduates. The SAE Foundation awards $69,000 in scholarships annually in support of its mission.

Prominent Alumni: William McKinley, Elliot Ness, David Spade, Phil Jackson, Dennis Erickson, William Faulkner, Joe Foss, Bob Ballard, General Richard Myers, Ernie Harwell, Tony Boselli, Bo Schembechler, Nick Lachey, Fred Savage, Pete Carroll, Mack Brown

Fast Facts: SAE is North America’s largest social fraternity with more than 303,000 initiated members. Fraternal symbols include the lion, the phoenix, Minerva, and the Fleur-de-lis. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the first fraternity to establish a national headquarters (1929), a national Leadership School (1935), a national Men’s Health Issues Committee (1980), and a career-development program entitled the Leading Edge (1990). Currently, the Fraternity offers a comprehensive member-education program called The True Gentleman Initiative. The Fraternity communicates through The Record magazine, a quarterly publication that has been published continuously since 1880. New members receive a copy of The Phoenix pledge manual for educational development.

Our Creed: The True Gentleman.

Our Honor: Phi Alpha.
I wanted to make a difference on my campus, so I joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Rush ΣΑΕ

Phi Alpha Gentleman
by MDAlpha13 February 12, 2013

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