Balanced Man Scholarship (BMS)

Balanced Man Scholarship application due: July 31, 2014 to

Dear Future Aggie, 
Congratulations on your decision to attend the best University in the nation! The years ahead will be filled with many unique and rewarding opportunities because of your decision to attend Utah State University. Our mission at Sigma Phi Epsilon is to, ‘Build Balanced Men’. Our chapter at Utah State University wants to reward those who exemplify a balanced life in our community. We have prepared over $1000 to be given as scholarships to several incoming Utah State University freshman students. We are looking for students who have proven themselves, risen above the average student by excelling in multiple areas of study—academics, business, arts, sciences, athletics, or service. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon is different. Unlike other fraternities, Sigma Phi Epsilon has the Balanced Man Program. This four year personal development program challenges members to be strong both mentally and physically. Activities are planned around our values and chapter members are expected to maintain high standards of morals and character. We defy the frat boy stereotype with a strict no pledging, no hazing policy; all chapter activities are totally alcohol free. Sigma Phi Epsilon leads the nation as the largest and smartest fraternity, with 285,000 lifetime members and an undergraduate GPA above 3.1. Additionally, in recent years members of Sigma Phi Epsilon have led Utah State as student body president(s), student development officers, peer mentors, ambassadors, local ecclesiastical leader, interns for state, national, and international representatives, and many other extraordinary positions. 

We strive to be the premier organization at Utah State University—an organization that will enhance the college experience for everybody—and equip our members with the skills necessary to be an outstanding citizen for life. More information about Sigma Phi Epsilon can be found at and our Utah State chapter at 

Zach Volin
Balanced Man Scholarship Chair