The Sigma Phi Epsilon Texas Alpha Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin
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    Help us build a better chapter at the University of Texas at Austin.

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  • Tailgate Season

    As football season gets under way we wanted to send a reminder that all TXA alumni are invited to attend our pregame tailgates. All of these tailgates, with the exception of the Oklahoma State tailgate (more info will be posted on Linkedin,) will be held at the Sig Ep house. Tailgates typically begin about 3-4 hours prior to kickoff and go up until the start of the game. Barbecue, live music, and non-Keystone drinks will be provided at each one. We will try to have the parking lot as clear as possible so that y'all can stop by in a car, but the lot always fills up fast so it might be best to walk. Looking forward to meeting some of y'all at the tailgates!

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  • Father-Son Golf Tournament

    Every spring, Texas Alpha hosts a Parents Weekend Golf Tournament. Fathers and sons will rally around an afternoon of competition and camaraderie on the links while Moms enjoy their annual Mother’s Luncheon. This year we will be playing a foursome scramble at Falconhead Golf Course for the second year in a row. We are expecting a turnout of about 120 fathers and sons. Should be a great time!

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  • Philanthropy

    We are committed to serving others and giving back in any capacity we can. To outline a few: From last semester, our annual Dodgeball tournament raised $9,223 for Doug English's Lone Star Paralysis Foundation. Then we had a very succesful turnout for a blood drive that took place in our very own parking lot. And most recently, we sent nine Sigep volunteers to aide in the Hurricane Harvey Cleanup -- our very own Marcus DeAyala (VP New Member Development) lead this charge. The men spent two full weekends clearing out entire homes which included tearing out drywall, studs, and floors in preparation for the next step disaster victims face in recovering their homes.


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The past few months, Texas Alpha has improved in every aspect to continue being at the forefront of fraternity life at the University of Texas and solidify our place as one of the strongest chapters on a national scale. The spring semester came to an end with the summer recruitment team successfully signing 55 outstanding young men, brothers representing our chapter well at internships all around the country, and the chapter returning from SigEp Conclave with our 10th Buchanan Cup. 

Texas Alpha Establishes New Balanced Man Lectureship Series Academics have always been a top priority for Texas Alpha. We now have two active members that are 40-Acre scholars, making us the only student organization on campus to have more than one. Our GPA ranks us 5th among all fraterniies on campus. We also have been taking steps to become registered as a Residential Learning Community through our national fraternity and established a new Balanced Man Lectureship Series that featured UT professor Dr. John Sibley Butler in the spring. Brothers Remain Involved on Campus Texas Alpha members have served more than 1,000 hours of community service in 2017 and raised over $15,000 for the Boys and Girls Club and Lonestar Paralysis Foundation. We have nine Silver Spurs and eight Texas Cowboys, including two on the Cowboys executive council and a Spur who serves as one of four handlers for Bevo.Other prominent campus leadership roles held by active members include president of the Energy Finance Organization, vice president of the Real Estate Society, vice president of finance for IFC, and group leader for the Reformed University Fellowship.

As always, there is an open invitation to any Texas Alpha alumni who would like to drop by the chapter house for a visit. I would like to sincerely thank you all for the continued support. Behind every successful chapter is a strong alumni base and that could not be more true at Texas Alpha.

Hook ’em and HFF,
Will Jenkins ’19
Chapter President


2014 Recruitment Team

Experience EDGE

  • Experience EDGESigEp should be one the greatest experiences of your life. EDGE is about making healthy choices that match your personal values and those of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Participants build greater self-awareness about the

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