What is Grand Chapter Conclave?
“Every two years, Sigma Phi Epsilon hosts the largest gathering of its members across the nation, the Grand Chapter Conclave. Conclave brings together undergraduate and alumni brothers from across the country to recognize high achievement, inspire continued success, and leave a legacy on the national organization. Attendees participate in personal and professional development activities and honor those who have helped to make the Fraternity great by bestowing its most important undergraduate and alumni awards.”
What Happened at Conclave?
At the 58th Grand Chapter Conclave in San Antonio, the Ohio Gamma Chapter was awarded a Silver Buchanan Cup. The “Buc Cup” recognizes the high-achieving Sigma Phi Epsilon chapters. Chapters need to exceed expectations in all areas of operations to qualify for this high honor. Ohio Gamma has been working extremely hard for the past two years to create an experience on campus for young men looking to grow in all aspects of their lives. As a chapter, we believe Virtue, Diligence, and most importantly Brotherly Love are values worth sharing with as many people as possible. Our brothers take much pride in the relationships they build and the experiences they share as a SigEp.
Grateful Yet Not Satisfied
It was an unbelievable feeling to see our efforts rewarded in this way and we are honored to receive this award. However, the undergraduates could not have achieved this great feat alone. Thank you to all friends, family, and alumni who continue to support our chapter in our pursuit of continuous development. As our brothers travel back to Columbus, they bring back with them the motivation and knowledge to elevate chapter culture and uphold high standards for years to come.