This is the official website for the Kentucky Sigma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in Louisville, Kentucky. Feel free to peer around the website. We have been proudly representing Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Louisville for over 15 years. We pride ourselves in being Scholars, Gentlemen, and Athletes. Our dedication to becoming better men each day through hard work, philanthropy, and The True Gentleman makes us a premier fraternity at the University of Louisville. To learn more about our Brothers check out the "Brothers", "Officers", and "Executive Council" tabs. To contact the chapter please click "Contact Us" on the left hand side. 

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Greetings from the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon! We hope everyone had a fantastic and fun-filled break this summer. Here at the University of Louisville, campus is buzzing with excitement for a number of reasons. For one, the much anticipated football season is upon us! The brothers of SAE are ready to tailgate this fall and cheer on our elite ranked Cards as they take on their third season in the ACC. And speaking of tailgate, the brothers of Kentucky Sigma are also excited as our beloved tailgating centerpiece (Bussie) is back in action for this fall semester. Bussie will be making her debut at our opening game on Sept. 1st so dont miss it!

                  Although it may have been UofLs academic break, some of the brothers of Kentucky Sigma still had a lot going on this summer. We would like to spotlight brother Hugo Schurr for working on orientation staff as a SOSer. Being selected to be a SOSer is a big honor and requires a large time commitment. Hugo did an excellent job helping guide future students this summer and he represented our chapter well! We would also like to spotlight brothers Colin Seidel and Andrew Jones, who both studied abroad this summer. Colin did a course in international business in Alicante, Spain, while Andrew studied Sports Economics in Barcelona, Spain. To see some pictures from their trips check out our chapter instagram account @UofLSAE.

                  The brothers of Kentucky Sigma started the semester off right with our annual freshmen move-in assistance that took place on August 17th. The initiative was very successful thanks to a strong showing from our chapter. We were able to help many freshmen move into their new home here at U of L. With the new semester also comes the all-important rush week. Fraternity rush will be taking place this fall from Sept. 6th-9th.  Recruitment this fall is looking promising with it being spearheaded by none other than our recruitment chair Hugo Schurr.

                   This concludes our welcoming newsletter from Kentucky Sigma. Be on the lookout for our newsletter next month, but until then, farewell and Be True.

Elevate Portland Program

The brothers of Kentucky Sigma are proud to have recently partnered with the UofL College of Business to spearhead the Elevate Portland Initiative. Portland Elementary is a local underprivileged elementary school here in the city of Louisville. As part of the Elevate Portland Program, the brothers of SAE work to provide students at Portland Elementary with basic needs that support a better learning environment and nurture aspirational goals for a better future. The gentlemen of Kentucky Sigma are proud to be the first UofL organization to partner with this initiative and are looking forward to giving back to our community. For more information click on the link and check out the program's Facebook page @ javascript:nicTemp();

The True Gentleman

The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe.

 - John Walter Wayland