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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Why Shop the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Store Page?
Here at Greek U, we think authenticity is the name of the game. As such, we’ve worked with hundreds of Sigma Alpha Epsilons around the country and we’re proud to offer the highest-quality SAE clothing and merchandise on the web.
At GreekU, we always carry the newest and best Sigma Alpha Epsilon merchandise, this includes a wide variety of Sigma Alpha Epsilon shirts, available in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles, and a huge selection of Sigma Alpha Epsilon sweatshirts, designed to keep you warm and comfortable, regardless of whether you’re in the fraternity house or out doing community service.
No matter what you’re looking for, you can trust Greek U to have the highest-quality Sigma Alpha Epsilon apparel and gifts. We also have a ton of SAE drinkware, sunglasses, hats, paddles, and jewelry for you to choose from. If you’re nearing graduation, don’t forget to take a look at our in-demand Sigma Alpha Epsilon graduation stoles. From gifts for your new pledges, to something to mark an extra-special graduation, we have everything you need to look and feel the part of a true Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother.
The History of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856, on the campus of the University of Alabama. Today, its headquarters are at the Levere Memorial Temples on the campus of Northwestern University, located in Evanston, Illinois. With colonies in more than 50 states and provinces, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a large fraternity with 317 chartered chapters, 219 active chapters, 21 colonies, 15,000 collegiate members, and more than 331,000 lifetime members.
The fraternity’s colors are royal purple and old gold, and the official symbol is the lion and phoenix. The Fraternity’s mission statement is “To promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, and service for our members, based upon the ideals set forth by our Founders and as specifically enunciated in ‘The True Gentleman.’"
Notable members of the fraternity include William Faulkner, Nobel Prize winning author, Walker Percy, Dierks Bentley, Nick Lachey, Danny Lee Clark, and Ed Wilson Ed Fuller, the President of Marriott International. The fraternity has also graduated members of the U.S. Senate, including Max Baucus, Jim DeMint, Mark Pryor, and Richard Russell.