SIGMA PHI EPSILON

GREEK IDEALS
Building Balanced Men.
Phratry
In ancient Greece, a phratry (phratria, Greek: φ(ρ)ατρία, "brotherhood", "kinfolk", derived from φρατήρ meaning "brother") was a social division of the Greek tribe (phyle).

Salisbury University fraternities and sororities, rich in history and tradition, dedicated to the betterment of all who come in contact with us , will strive for excellence in all aspects of fraternal life. The privileges and obligations of membership, taken under oath through Ritual, bind us to our respective Chapters and to the greater Greek Community. In support of the Salisbury University Mission, we are committed to the fulfillment of the following core values:

Citizenship

To demonstrate a genuine concern for mankind though civic engagement, community relations, service and philanthropic outreach, and personal and organizational accountability.

Friendship

To provide an inter-fraternal family of caring brothers and sisters, welcoming and respectful of all who seek life-long unity.

Leadership

To maximize the potential of the Community through self-governance, collaboration, role-modeling, risk management and ethical decision-making.

Personal Growth

To contribute to the self-development of each member through Ritual, maintenance of values, co-curricular involvement, career preparation and healthy lifestyle choices.

Scholarship

To promote intellectual growth and academic excellence through the recruitment of quality students, scholastic programming, educational support and recognition opportunities. 

 

"Salisbury University Promise"

As a Salisbury University student--

  • I will connect what I learn to how I live.
     
  • I will demonstrate personal and academic integrity.
     
  • I will respect diverse groups and individuals.
     
  • I will strive to bring honor to myself and the University.