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
Rush Week was fantastic!
2015-01-20 11:06:23, by Philip Oxford
Congratulations to all our new brothers that we welcomed this last Friday! We would like to honor our six new brothers Shawn Andrew, Damir Basic, Mark Bowen, Dristen Juhl, Trenton Tagessen, and Mark Walden. Our Rush schedule consisted of: Watching the College National Championship Game with a Root beer Keg on Monday, heading over to Boondocks Fun Center on Tuesday, going to Jumpstreet on Wednesday, and having Wings and Cigars back at the house on Thursday. We really enjoyed this semester's Rush week and look forward to a great semester ahead with our new brothers!
Congrats to our Graduating Senior!
2014-12-13 11:11:05, by Erich Deutsch
Congratulations to Eric Levonas, our sole graduating Senior this semester. Eric is graduating with a 3.01 GPA, and is moving to West Virginia to work for a mining company. Congrats Eric, we wish you the best!
Highway Cleanup was Huge Success!!
2014-11-15 15:09:33, by Erich Deutsch
Saturday November 15th the guys got up nice and early to do their bi-annual highway cleanup. They packed their garage bags and orange vests and went to work. After a good hour long walk each way, the highway was looking great. Sig Ep CoDelta has maintained this highway now for many years, and will continue to do so. Said Freshman Jon Guill, "It's a great opportunity to go out and really take pride in the Golden community. It makes the area look way better, and it feels good to do something to help."