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The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fellow

To Cultivate a Lifelong Commitment to Service

The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fellow would exemplify the essence of what our Fraternity embodies: virtue, diligence, and brotherly love. This brother must show excellence in academics, leadership, and above all, service to his fellow man.

A Sigma Phi Epsilon Fellow strives for excellence through his pursuit of the Balanced Man. To be recognized as a Fellow is symbolic of not only your achievement, but of your commitment in service and dedication to society.

The Fellow Challenge must be accepted with an element of self-sacrifice and a true spirit of unselfish service to others.

Requirements:
~Have at least a 3.0 out of a 4.0 GPA
~Have served as a leader in at least one other campus organization
~Submit a completed application, including project description and recommendation forms
~Be a member of the Brother Mentor Challenge
~Have completed a 500 hour or 60 day service project focused on benefiting society
~Submit a final summary report to the Balanced Man Project Advisory Committee

Steps to become a Fellow:
~Fill out the Fellow application
~Submit your application to:

Balanced Man Project Advisory Committee
P.O. Box 1901
Richmond, VA 23218

~Within three weeks your application will be accepted or returned for modification.

Acceptance by the Committee will make you Candidate
~Complete your proposed project
~Submit a final report to the Balanced Man Project Advisory Committee
~Once the project has been completed, the committee will confer the honor of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fellow