Letter from our President
Greetings friends, family, and brothers,
Welcome to the webpage for the Kentucky Beta RLC Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon! SigEp at the University of Louisville was founded on May 17th, 1947 upon the echoed words of our National Founders, "This Fraternity will be different."
Kentucky Beta makes a commitment to being different through an embodiment of our Cardinal Principles: Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. We consistently demonstrate this commitment by pushing the boundaries of the modern fraternity through our Balanced Man Program and the implementation of our Substance-Free Chapter Facility Policy, the first of its kind on our campus.
In addition to our local chapter, we are partnered with one of the largest National Fraternity networks in the world. Our National Fraternity is constantly on the forefront of positive change and takes pride in being a valued partner to higher education for years to come.
I cordially invite you to see what we are all about and thank you for taking the time to explore our beloved fraternity!
Kentucky Beta '20
Cole is a Sophomore Mechanical Engineering major in the JB Speed School of Engineering. Cole is currently on Co-Op at GE Appliances, works part-time as a tour guide for the University, and will be on Student Orientation Staff this summer.
This month, Cole earned the brother spotlight for his tremendous work as our Student Outreach Coordinator for raiseRED Dance Marathon. Cole pushed our chapter to have over 85% of brothers register to participate and to triple our fundraising total from last year raising over $35,000. Cole was a vital part of raiseRED's effort to fundraise $601,000 for pediatric oncology and hematology research. Thanks for all that you do Cole! #FTK