The Sigma Phi Epsilon Texas Alpha Chapter at the University of Texas at Austin
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Actives Appreciate Alumni Support

As fall arrives at the University of Texas at Austin, the Texas Alpha Chapter continues to transcend on all fronts thanks to the dedication of both its members and alumni. Whether it is academics, philanthropy, or campus involvement, we are paving the way for success.

Academics help Chapter recruit 54 New members

SigEp sets the bar high academically, holding a GPA of 3.26. This places our chapter well ahead of our recruitment competitors. Not only are we performing academically, but we are also growing. Tim Johnston ’14 worked as the recruitment chairman over the summer and did a phenomenal job bringing in a new pledge class of 54. With the new recruits SigEp will maintain our status as the largest fraternity on campus.

Members selected for Texas Cowboys and Silver Spurs

Texas Alpha has added members to Texas Cowboys and Silver Spurs. In the spring Tim Johnston was selected to join the Texas Cowboys, and Beau Grenier ’14 and Rader Smith ’14 joined the Silver Spurs. Will Stratton ’13 will represent the Silver Spurs as a handler for bevo for the upcoming football season. This is a great honor for Will and Texas Alpha. Last spring, members were active in other campus events, including intramural sports, where our chapter made the finals in both softball and basketball.

Texas Alpha exudes excellence. We are blessed to be in a position to shine on campus and we are thankful for our powerful alumni support. None of this would be possible without your assistance. Thank you for all that you do on behalf of Texas Alpha and, as always, we welcome you to the house throughout the football season for our tailgates.

James Engels ’13