Welcome to the Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Balanced Man Scholarship Application! Here you will find applications for 5 Ohio schools and 1 Michigan school: The University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Bowling Green State University, The Ohio State University, the University of Toledo, and Grand Valley State University.
The Balanced Man Scholarship in no way represents a commitment to attend any of the schools where you apply for the scholarship, nor does it require you to join any chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. This scholarship is merely a celebration of the Balanced Man ideals that Sigma Phi Epsilon has been founded upon – the presence of a Sound Mind in a Sound Body. We wish you luck in the application process and look forward to reviewing your application!
To apply for each school, please click on the links above. Each school has a unique application catered to their program and requirements. Please note that certain fields are required, and in some instances you will be required to upload documents in a certain format.
About Sigma Phi Epsilon
Established in 1901, the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity was founded on the cardinal values of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. The twelve founders of this fraternity sought to return to the true ideals of the Greek community, and now, with this implementation of SigEp’s Balanced Man Program, the over one century of excellence is progressing even further.
The Balanced Man Program seeks to mold men into the greatest form possible: to instill a sound body, a sound mind, and a healthy spirit. The Balanced Man is someone who excels not only in academics, but in athletics, leadership, service, and personal growth. The Balanced Man Program has gone even further, replacing the old standard pledge model with a continuous development program. Instead of pledging, new members are considered brothers from the moment they join and begin their journey of continuous self-improvement and professional development throughout their undergraduate experience.