Maryland Beta Chapter

Owen Kadow
Vice President

Box 188, 4423 Lehigh Road
College Park, MD 20740-3127

Phone: (678) 790-6940

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The collegiate members of the Maryland Beta chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Maryland - College Park have been busy at work on campus and are proud of our achievements. Being a member of a fraternity gives university students amazing advantages, but we realize that we must also be productive members of our campus and community.

Obviously, the paramount duty of any college student is to excel in the classroom. The SAEís have good grade point averages on campus. Our chapter's roster of 50 collegiate members ended the Spring 2018 Semester with a Chapter G.P.A. of 3.09. Our Spring 2018 Semester New Member class yielding 10 new members actually beat us again in grades with a New Member G.P.A. of 3.28, ranking 8th in grades out of 26 IFC fraternities ranked on campus. Commitment to academics through study hours, an Academic Monitoring Program (AMP) and mentoring of younger brothers by older brothers within the same major or similar fields of study has obviously made a significant difference in our fraternityís overall academic plan for success.

Our members have stayed active with a number of extracurricular activities. Every one of our members is involved in an on-campus club, athletics team, or is working a full or part time job/internship. We invite you to click here to view our involvement in extracurricular activities, service and volunteerism, both on and off campus.

During August 3 - 6, 2018, four of our collegiate members, Antony DiDonato, Owen Kadow, Brandon Kwinter and Collin Morgan (along with nearly 600 SAEís from across the country), attended the 83rd annual John O. Moseley Leadership School at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass in Phoenix, Arizona. They were able to bring back many exciting and promising methods of improving our chapter and leading their brothers to success in the future. This opportunity was made possible thanks to generous tax-deductible donations made by our loyal alumni to the Maryland Beta Chapter Education Fund #3581 (c/o the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation). We are grateful and appreciative for these educational gifts which provide annual scholarships for not only the John O. Moseley Leadership School, but also for the Eminent Archon Institute (EAI), both of which are used exclusively for training our future chapter leaders.

We are proud of our accomplishments and achievements and greatly look forward to another 75 years of molding young men into True Gentlemen.

Phi Alpha!
Maryland Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
4423 Lehigh Road, #188
College Park, MD 20740-3127