- Nickname: SAE
- National Founding: 1856
- Local Founding: 1865
- Chapter Address: 247 Pulaski St.
- National Website: https://www.sae.net/
The Georgia Beta Chapter, founded December 10, 1865, was the first fraternity to be founded at The University of Georgia. It is the oldest chapter in continual existence and has initiated more members than any other chapter in the nation.
The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded March 9, 1856 at The University of Alabama. SAE was the first fraternity to be founded in the South, the first fraternity to build a national headquarters, and the first fraternity to found a leadership school for its members. Since its inception, it has grown to become one of the largest national social fraternities with over 200,000 initiates.
Built in 1842, by architect and businessman Ross Crane, the 178-year-old columned mansion is considered one of three perfect examples of Southern architecture in America. The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was also included in the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1963. It has been home to the SAE fraternity for more than fifty years.
Each year SAE raises money for the Leukemia Society. The annual philanthropy drive honors a former brother named Hamm Ansley.
President, Jonathan Siegel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruitment Chair, Dickson Chamberlain – email@example.com