- Nhan Tran
- Magnus Chun
- Gage Jones
- Luke Waguespack
- Aaron Garcia
- Alexander Garcia
- Jon Atkinson
The Colorado Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon encourages its members to strive for a balanced life, focusing on mentorship, campus and community involvement, and the development of a sound mind and body.
As part of our commitment to promoting the ideal of the balanced man, the Colorado Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity offers several scholarships totaling over $3,750. The Balanced Man Scholarship is awarded to first year students who exhibit academic excellence, demonstrate leadership skills, and commit to health and well-being. We want to reward men who have exemplified these qualities during their high school careers, as we believe they are essential to leading a balanced life.
To qualify, you must be attending the Colorado School of Mines in the Fall of 2017 and complete the application by July 15th, 2017.
The scholarship application form can be found here. We look forward to reviewing your application. Should you have any questions, please call Ryan Buxman at 719-334-0415 or email him here.
Please send any other requests either electronically or by mail to:
Balanced Man Scholarship Chair
1807 W Campus Rd
Golden, CO 80401
The Balanced Man Program is a four year membership development program implemented in chapters Fall of 1992. The Balanced Man Program concentrates on individual and chapter development. Our chapter as well as our local volunteers are the driving force behind the success of the program. SigEp is a visionary organization and strives to promote the healthy and continuous development of our undergraduates. Through the use of Sound Mind and Sound Body programming, SigEp makes a significant impacts in the lives of our brothers. The proof of our success lies in the academic performance of our chapter, as well as increased recruitment and retention of our members. Simply put, SigEp adds value to the college experience. Academically SigEp outperformed all other national fraternities with a 2.87 national accumulate grade point average. SigEp recruited more men last year than any other national fraternity and more significantly retained 95% of those new members.