The Sophisticated Sigma Epsilon Chapter at the University of Central Florida first graced the campus with its presence on April 5, 1978. For over 40 years, the ladies of Sigma Epsilon have made a lasting impression on all they have come in contact with. In recent years, the university has felt the unprecedented impact of Sigma Epsilon women collectively and individually as they
have helped founded organizations including the UCF Chapter of the Black Female Development Circle, Incorporated, and the John T. Washington Honor Society.
Sigma Epsilon women have been instrumental in starting events at the University of Central Florida such as the Black History Brain Bowl Competition. Zeta women are not only hard working for Zeta but their talents are shared with organizations on campus and within the Orlando community.
Educational Standards – Undergraduates
- Currently enrolled at a four-year college or university that meets the sorority’s accreditation standards
- Has earned at least a 2.5-grade point average on a 4.0 scale, or the grade point average required on the campus, whichever is higher
- Must have earned at least twelve (12) credit hours at the college or university where membership is being sought
- All undergraduate members are required to maintain a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale grade point average after membership intake into the sorority
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