Recognized Chapters > Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi

Mission Statement

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi was created to promote unity, strength, and sisterhood to women who want a Jewish experience at Colorado State University. The purpose of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi shall be to promote unity, support, and a Jewish awareness, as well as to provide a Jewish experience for ourselves, our members, and the community as a whole. This organization is devoted to friendship, motivation, opportunity, leadership, and well-being.

Figures represent chapter data at the end of the previous semester
For chapter comparative data please refer to our Chapter Reports page

Chapter Information
Type
Sorority
Chapter Designation
Tau
Council
Panhellenic Association (PHA)
Commonly Known As
SAEPi
Facility
No
(Inter)national Founding Date
October 1, 1998
Elevation/Officer Election Cycle
Calendar Year
Social Media
Membership Information
Active Members
7
Inactive Members
0
New Members
4
% in Other Orgs.
95%
Chapter GPA
3.31
Active Member GPA
Not Reported for Privacy
New Member GPA
Not Reported for Privacy
Community Service & Philantrhopy
Philanthropic Cause/Partner

American Jewish World Service

Hours Served
33
Dollars Raised
$0
Additional Philanthropic Work

The chosen local philanthropy of the Tau Chapter is Crossroads Safehouse.

Awards & Recognition
(Inter)national Awards
Campus Awards
Other Awards
No awards on record.
Standing & Conduct History
Elevation Accreditation Standing
Accredited
University Conduct Standing
Good Standing
University Conduct Incidents
No incidents on record.
Fraternity & Sorority Community Policy Violations
Violation Record #1
Validation Type:
Joint Policy on Philanthropy & Fundraising/Joint Judicial Board
Date of Incident:
10/29/2019
Organization Charged:
11/05/2019
Resolved:
11/05/2019
Incident Description:

The chapter hosted an unregistered philanthropy event.

Charges:
  • Joint Policy on Philanthropy & Risk Management, Event Planning and Registration Policies
Sanctions:
  • Chapter leadership will meet with Panhellenic Director of Community Service & Philanthropy to discuss the chapter’s plan to meet expectations for philanthropy event registration. The meeting includes proof of a transition document to be used when transitioning the chapter’s new philanthropy officer with information about philanthropy event registration.