Surf Frenzy

Surf Frenzy

Our philanthropy, Surf Frenzy, is a dance competition between the 16 Panhellenic Sororities at UF. With over 150 dancers and 1,500 or more in attendance each year, Surf Frenzy has grown into one the largest and most competitive philanthropies at UF.

This year we were able to raise 37,000 dollars in total revenue. After expenses we were able to donate 24,800 dollars. 20,000 went to Florida Diabetes Camp, are primary beneficiary. Also we made a 3,500 dollar donation to the Jon Cote Memorial Scholarship, and 1,300 donation to the Dr. Help Medical Mission trip.
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Balanced Man

The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity created the Balanced Man Scholarship in an attempt to reward young men who lead well-rounded, balanced lives. We strongly believe in the development and cultivation of a sound mind, a sound body, and a sound spirit. SigEp seeks to prepare students for the rigors of the “real world.” This scholarship is awarded to those who best embody the concept of the Balanced Man.

The Balanced Man Scholarship process takes place each summer during June and July. For details about the process click here. To access the Balanced Man Scholarship application click here. These documents are updated for 2012.

Matt Sloan

Matt Sloan

Matt Sloan, a University of Florida graduate, said he has had many exciting memories as a brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon. One-time president of SigEp, and the previous Producer for Gator Growl, Sloan is currently working for Corporate Executive Board, a business consulting firm in Washington D.C that assists 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies to become more efficient. Of the bonds he created within SigEp, Sloan said, “My best friends in the world are from all parts of the State and nation.
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Florida Alpha News

Harris Elected Grand President

Florida Alpha’s Bert Harris ’75 Elected SigEp National Grand President

A native of Lake...


The weekend of January 27th, the philanthropic gentleman of Sigma Phi Epsilon decided to take their innate attitudes of virtue and brotherly love to a diabetes camp for children. Brothers ranging in majors from accounting to telecommunications jumped at the chance of helping less-fortunate children; each brother took a child as a "little brother," which greatly helped enhance the level of intimate communication(s). That both parties learned an insurmountable amount from each other is incontrovertible; the children received the brothers with open-arms and had a great time, while the brothers learned more about their ingrained intangible aspect of brotherly love. 

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