Welcome to The Colorado Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon!
Sigma Phi Epsilon is the premiere college fraternity and has the largest undergraduate membership nationwide with over 14,000 undergraduates among 241 chapters. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded by twelve young men in 1901 at Richmond College in Virginia. The Colorado Delta chapter at Colorado School of Mines was founded in 1923. The Balanced Man Program, first introduced nationally in 1991 and adopted at Colorado Delta, has helped to make Sigma Phi Epsilon a leader in the Greek world with its non-pledging membership development program.
Sigma Phi Epsilon prides itself on its core values and strong achievements in the Greek community. We invite you to look around the site at what we believe in and how our program works.
2011 IFC Intramural Cup, Top CSM Fraternity Grades
2010 IFC Intramural Cup, Top CSM Fraternity Grades
2009 Chapter of the Year, Excelsior Cup for excellence in recruitment, IFC Intramural Cup, Top CSM Grades
In fact, our chapter consistently earns grades above the school’s all male average and has achieved the top grades of any Mines fraternity house in 14 out of the last 18 semesters.
Our distinct member development program has allowed us to succeed in the rigorous coursework at the Colorado School of Mines as well as strive for balance in all aspects of life.