THE FIU SIGEP ALUMNI IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
THE THOMAS B. JELKE FOUNDATION HOST THE INAUGURAL RED DOOR CLASSIC.
FL Nu SigEp Alumni
For brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon the Red Door is a symbol of welcome & hospitality. In that same spirit, the Alumni of the FL Nu Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon want to welcome you to the Inaugural Red Door Classic.
The Florida Nu Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded in January of 1987. It was the first national NIC fraternity on FIU's campus. Since their founding, SigEp has played a prominent role in campus life at FIU. They have continued to develop prominent campus leaders in SGA, Peer Advising, Orientation Leaders, Student Alumni Association, and dozens of other organizations.
The FL Nu chapter has consistently produced strong leaders who have gone on to become CEOs, elected officials, actors, sports anchors, FIU Alumni board members, and many more valuable roles. But most importantly, the FL Nu chapter consistently develops Balanced Men who give back to their community. We invite you to join us in that effort!
The Thomas B. Jelke Foundation
The Thomas B. Jelke Foundation was founded in 2000 with the intent of supporting Education, The Arts, and Research, mainly in the South Florida community.
The foundation has endowed high school, undergraduate and graduate scholarships, supported local performing arts venues such as The Miracle Theater and The Olympia Theater, and has funded research in the areas of Higher Education, Organizational Behavior, and Sexual Assault Prevention.
The foundation is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non profit organization. 100% of all proceeds raised by the Thomas B Jelke Foundation at this event will fund the following: First Generation Scholarships at FIU, The Buonicanti Fund's efforts to raise awareness and funds for Spinal Cord Injury research through the Miami Project, and Scholarships for members of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at FIU.