It is our philosophy to spread multicultural awareness to as many people as possible.
We are all in school to get an education and earn a degree. But learning doesn’t stop there. We must go out of our way to understand the world, the people that comprise it, and how to make it better. Knowledge is power, whether it comes from the classroom or everyday life.
The strength of Epsilon Sigma Rho is in its diverse brotherhood. We may come from different nationalities, ethnicities, backgrounds and all walks of life, but we all come together to form a strong bond in sharing our letters and our experiences. What sets us apart is the very thing that has kept us together for so long: our differences.
We all know respect is earned. It stems from the basic golden rule that we treat others as we’d like to be treated. As a result, Epsilon Sigma Rho does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, creed, nationality, language, physical disability, mental disability, veteran status, physical appearance, occupation, socioeconomic status, or culture.
We embody this philosophy by living by three main principles.