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Welcome to the Epsilon Pi Chapter of Sigma Nu
University of California, Los Angeles
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90’s SNu Drives Spartan Turnaround
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From the Snake House to the White House
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The Gerald L. Coffee Scholarship
The Epsilon Pi Chapter is committed to furthering the highest ideals of honorable, leadership, and academics among its members

About the Epsilon Pi Chapter

As history has proven, brotherhood at the Epsilon Pi chapter of Sigma Nu can be a life changing experience that helps to shape young men into well-balanced leaders who achieve intellectually, professionally, and socially. It is a place where many people have met their lifelong friends and business networks, and where members of North America’s first “Honor” fraternity continue that tradition today.

Our History

Our History

Membership has proven to be a life changing experience capable of shaping young men into leaders who achieve intellectually, professionally, and socially.
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Alumni Engagement

Alumni Engagement

Our universally shared belief that the Sigma Nu experience at UCLA was remarkable across age groups strengthens our network long after graduation.
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Latest News

Curated items from our monthly alumni newsletter include profiles on “Notable Nu’s” and updates about the active chapter’s accomplishments.

February 2021: Alum Hired as NFL GM & CC Donors Announced
December 2020: Sigma Nu Centennial Campaign Begins!
November 2020: How Many UCLA SNu’s Tested Positive for COVID-19?
October 2020: Which US President Dined At 601 Gayley?
90’s SNu Drives Spartan Turnaround
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Officers

Officers

Each January the active chapter elects its own officers who operate the chapter with the support of the Epsilon Pi Alumni Board.
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Scholarship Program

Scholarship Program

The Epsilon Pi Chapter of Sigma Nu offers the most robust scholarship program offered by any fraternity in the nation.
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