Sigma Xi Epsilon

2009 SJC Club of the Year
Sigma Xi Epsilon is a charity based fraternity at St. Joseph's College, grounded in the ideals of dedication, integrity, and honesty. Through virtue of these values, alongside unity, Sigma Xi Epsilon has undertaken an active role in both the St. Joseph's community, and the community in which the brotherhood lives. Through charitable events for the benefits of such causes as cancer, autism, and Japanese Relief, Sigma Xi Epsilon has become one of the most recognized organizations on St. Joseph's campus.

Beyond the realm of social responsibility, Sigma Xi Epsilon transcends the typical organization on St. Joseph's campus, by promoting the experience of a brotherhood which last well beyond a male student's time at St. Joseph's. It is a truly invigorating experience to become a brother of such an organization, and Sigma Xi Epsilon invites all male students of St. Joseph's to express their interest in becoming a part of such a wonderful opportunity.

If you want to know whether Sigma Xi Epsilon is an organization for you, or you are interested in working with us on our upcoming projects throughout the 2011-2012 year, please feel free to contact any of the executive board. Carpe Diem.


President: Alexander Fier -
Vice president: Ryan Garofalo -
Secretary: Karol Radomski -
Treasurer: Alex DeRidder -
Moderator: Thomas Petriano

One-Stop Enrollment
8/21: Long Island. For adult-learner undergraduate programs.
Adult Undergraduate Information Session
8/23: Brooklyn. Interested in returning to college?
Late Night Admissions Hours
8/28: Brooklyn. For prospective adult undergraduate students.
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