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As a student, making your college experience fulfilling outside of the classroom is just as important as in the classroom. What we offer you is an experience that makes college fun, while also teaching you how to be an open-minded, intelligent, and better man. Below should answer some of your most common questions about our organization, but if you have more, browse our website or contact us.

  • What kind of fraternity is Epsilon Sigma Rho?

    • We are a social and multi-cultural based fraternity.

    • What that looks like is this: brothers from ALL walks of life get together and have fun, go out, and socialize with each other and other orgs. We also host events, volunteer, and teach our friends, families, and communities at large about what it means to be culturally aware.

  • How do I join?

    • Speak to a local brother at one of our established chapters. If there isn't a chapter near you or on your campus, let us know and we can fill you in about expanding. Ultimately, we'd like to get to know you and see how we can get you involved.

    • To see our local chapters, click HERE.

    • To look into starting a new chapter, click HERE.

  • What if I'm a graduate student? Can I still join?

    • Yes. We also have alumni chapters that you can join locally. We can start by getting you connected with one of our local alumni to get started.

  • What makes you guys different from other fraternities?

    • We are a family. When you see us together, we show it. You can tell we have each others' backs and have love for one another no matter what, regardless of who we are. Regardless. Truly.

  • Will I still be able to keep up with my classes if I join?

    • At the end of the day, remember you are responsible for what you can personally handle. However, if what you want is to be a brother of our organization, we will make certain your academics are in line. If you do your part to stay on top of school, we will do ours to make sure you are succeeding. Education is our first pillar after all.

  • What happens after I graduate?

    • Well, you are most definitely still a brother, and you will be for the rest of your life. This is a lifelong commitment. Once you graduate, how you contribute to making our organization better is completely up to you. To give you an idea, we have brothers who are in their 50s who still actively contribute to Epsilon Sigma Rho, so it's not at all uncommon for brothers to incorporate Rho into their everyday lives.

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