Awarded annually to a graduating Brother Mentor who demonstrated exceptional personal, academic, and community characteristics.
Minimum Criteria: 2.75 cumulative Monmouth College GPA, 15 hours of documented community service, active involvement in at least two ASMC organizations outside SigEp, executive leadership position in at least one ASMC organization (including SigEp), full attendance at Carlson Leadership Academy or Conclave, current with financial obligations to chapter, and no violations of Monmouth College student conduct policies (i.e., academic dishonesty, alcohol, hazing, etc.) for the academic year.
Selection:  The Alumni Volunteer Corporation will distribute an electronic ballot each summer with the names of all eligible Brothers to active members of the undergraduate chapter.  Active members of the undergraduate chapter will be provided with the opportunity to vote for one of the eligible Brothers.  The eligible Brother who receives the greatest number of votes from the active members will be the scholarship recipient.
Award: Spring 1-$1,000

Brother Mentor Challenge

To Develop and Utilize the Skills of a Servant Leader
Timeframe: Until Graduation

The Brother Mentor Challenge is for the SigEp who is ready to graduate. Brother Mentors are required to work on his resume each semester, serve as a leader in the chapter and another organization, be a mentor for the Epsilon Challenge, and continue to participate in other chapter activities. The Brother Mentor has an option to declare his intent to become a Sigma Phi Epsilon Fellow.The Brother-Mentor Challenge truly is the most unique. Brother mentors are elder members of the Fraternity that have accomplished a lot in their time. Brother mentors do not take a large role in the execution of chapter activities but rather mentor those who are currently running the fraternity. This semester the brother mentor challenge also has two additional goals.

~Participate in the Brother Mentor Rite of Passage
~Meet with your community Mentor and review the Expectations of the Brother Mentor Challenge
~Join the Brother Mentor Challenge Council and attend their bi-monthly meetings advised by the Brother Mentor Challenge Coordinator

Expectations of the Brother Mentor Challenge:
~Complete the Brother Mentor Challenge Action Plan in the Quest with your Mentor
~Develop three personal written goals in the Quest

In your Challenge Council, you will:
Develop your resume and revise it each semester
Plan a Brotherhood event for all Brother Mentors and your Mentees
Invite a guest speaker to discuss preparation for after-undergraduate plans
Host a faculty appreciation event or SigEp family appreciation event
Address an issue with a guest speaker or chapter event, and follow up by planning a community awareness philanthropy project

~Serve as a chapter leader for the duration of the Epsilon Challenge.
~Volunteer as a Mentor to someone in the Epsilon Challenge.
~Complete the Milestones section of the Sigma Challenge in your Dialogue Journal.
~Recruit at least one individual for consideration by Recruitment.
~OPTIONAL: Declare your intent to become a Fellow.