At the closing of the 163rd Anniversary Convention, we proudly announced the winners of Outstanding Chapter Achievement, True Gentleman of the Year, and the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a chapter – the John O. Moseley Award for Fraternity Zeal. Congratulations to all the recipients!
John O. Moseley Award for Fraternity Zeal
The John O. Moseley Award for Fraternity Zeal recognizes the chapter that best exemplifies a model chapter in Sigma Alpha Epsilon. This chapter excels in its operations and brotherhood, fulfilling the vision of our Founding Fathers and its members and by living the life of a true gentleman. This chapter goes above and beyond expectations and demonstrates true zeal and excitement for the Fraternity, exhibiting a strong bond of brotherhood.
Winner: University of Evansville (Indiana Epsilon)
Our chapter at the University of Evansville demonstrated a strong commitment to bettering their campus and community over the 2018-2019 academic year. The chapter is dedicated to leadership with every brother being a member of an additional organization or Division 1 sport. During the 2018-2019 academic year, 31 brothers achieved Dean’s List for one or both semesters. The chapter holds philanthropy and service as a high priority with more than 2,300 community service hours from 2018-2019 and more than $8,750 raised for Chemo Buddies and American Cancer Society Vanderburgh College’s Relay for Life. To review their application in detail, please click here.
True Gentleman of the Year Winner was Zachary Watson (Texas Signa)
The True Gentleman of the Year Award is the highest honor the Fraternity can bestow on an undergraduate brother. The award, first given in 2000, is presented annually to an undergraduate who has been determined to be the most outstanding collegiate in Sigma Alpha Epsilon, considering scholastic achievement, fraternity involvement, university leadership and community service.
Chapter Achievement
The Chapter Achievement Award recognizes chapters that go above and beyond normal expectations and exemplify the strength of Sigma alpha Epsilon on their respective campuses.
Bucknell University (Pennsylvania Zeta)
California State University-San Marcos (California Alpha-Gamma)
Carnegie Mellon University (Pennsylvania Phi)
Centre College (Kentucky Kappa)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott (Arizona Delta)
Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Phi)
Gustavus Adolphus College (Minnesota Gamma)
Kansas State University (Kansas Beta)
Mississippi State University (Mississippi Theta)
Nicholls State University (Louisiana Chi)
North Dakota State University (North Dakota Beta)
Oregon State University (Oregon Alpha)
Rollins College (Florida Omicron)
Salisbury University (Maryland Sigma)
Simpson College (Iowa Sigma)
South Dakota State University (South Dakota Theta)
Texas State University-San Marcos (Texas Sigma)
Towson University (Maryland Alpha)
University of Dayton (Ohio Chi-Sigma)
University of Evansville (Indiana Epsilon)
University of Puget Sound (Washington Gamma)
University of Toledo (Ohio Nu)
Youngstown State University (Ohio Alpha)