Sigma Alpha Epsilon (ΣΑΕ)

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at the University of the South is one of the oldest chapters in the country, founded in 1881. The Tennessee Omega house was the first SAE Fraternity house ever built in 1886. It was financed by the money members made delivering mail. The chapter has continued to thrive on campus for over 100 years and is located at 66 Mississippi Avenue.

Chapter Nickname: SAE

Chapter Designation:  Tennessee Omega

When Chapter was Founded at Sewanee:  August 20, 1881

Motto: "Be a True Gentleman"

Values:  Be a True Gentleman

Philanthropy: Sewanee Golf Invitational

Annual Programs: n/a

Colors:  Purple and Gold

Symbol: Lion

Minimum GPA Required for Membership: 2.5


Chapter Officers

Chapter President:  Carter Falk

Social Chair:  Jack Reineke

Rush Chairs:  Bayard Anderson, Charles Hargrove