In Ancient Greece, developing sound mind and sound body were two complementary partners of a quality education. The Balanced Man Program, the culmination of modern sound body and sound mind programs, was first introduced nationally in 1991, and adopted at Colorado Delta in 2000. Our Balanced Man program has helped make Sigma Phi Epsilon a leader in the Greek world with its non-pledging membership development program. Sigma Phi Epsilon prides its on its Cardinal Principals and strong achievements in the Greek community. We invite you to look around our site to see what we believe in and how our program works.
SigEp CoDelta News
Fall Rush 2015
September 3, 2015, 9:42 am, by Erich Deutsch
Rush of Fall 2015 went extremely well and we are ecstatic to welcome 15 new members to the Colorado Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon! Rush week consisted of Luau Night, a night at Boondocks Fun Center, Carnival Games Night, Steak and Cigars, and then finally Bid Night! We had a blast, and we are very happy that Anthony DiSaverio, Tony Desposito, Bryce Wilcox, Cole Casey, Dakota Showman, Dalton Metz, Dylan Eberhard, Eric Bond, Kevin Such, Robert Brandenburg, Samuel Bilderback, Samuel Chambers, Sherard Box, and Zach Moan to our house!
Balanced Man Scholarship Banquet
August 27, 2015, 10:29 am, by James Kiousis
This year’s Balanced Man Banquet was one for the books! Not only increasing the funding for scholarships, but also the number of scholarships handed out, we had the great fortune of celebrating 15 individuals on their Balanced Life before coming into college. Each young man had an amazing story to tell, and we all at SigEp have no doubt these men will be very successful in life. In attendance was not only esteemed faculty members of our university and our new Regional Director, Mark Maloney, but also the brand new President for the Colorado School of Mines (Paul C. Johnson) alongside the one and only Marv Kay, who was our keynote speaker! We wish all of the scholarship award recipients and all of our applicants (oh so many applicants) to have a wonderful first year at Mines!
M Climb 2015 was a blast!
August 24, 2015, 10:55 pm, by Erich Deutsch
Colorado School of Mines has a very unique tradition for it's freshmen; everyone brings a ten pound rock from their hometowns to Mine's M, and then white wash the M together. SigEp CO Delta had the opportunity to be at one of the stops along the hike, and drenched the freshmen! The Brothers built a 'arch' of sorts, that guaranteed everyone would get wet as they walked through. Said sophomore Bryan Morgan, "It was super fun being on this side of the M Climb. I think that the freshmen had just about as much fun as we did, and I can't wait to do it again next year!"
Congrats to our Graduating Seniors!
May 12, 2015, 10:02 pm, by Erich Deutsch
Congratulations to Albert Nguyen, Collin Leitko, Eric Brown, and Kaylor Perratt, our graduating Seniors this spring!. Albert now works for a steel company in Chicago, Eric works in Fort Collins, Collin works in Houston, and Kaylor works for Peabody Energy. Albert, Collin, Eric, and Kaylor have all been fantastic brothers and we will miss them greatly!
Up til Dawn!
February 21, 2015, 7:44 pm, by Philip Oxford
Over the past few months our members have been working hard to fund raise for St. Jude's Up til Dawn. We are proud to say that one of our teams raised $1,185 and other members on Exec raised over $200 per person! The event overall was tons of fun and a huge success! In total the Colorado School of Mines event raised just under $10,000! A big thank you to all family, friends, and alumni that helped us raise so much for such a great cause!