Prospective Members and Parents:

My name is Logan Lavelle and I am a third-year finance major here at Ohio State. I remember coming into college apprehensive about being an out-of-state student who hardly knew anyone. Being involved with sports and clubs in high school, I knew I wanted to find similar involvements in college in which people were motivated, welcoming, and social. In the spring of my freshman year, I decided to give Greek life a try, and I’ll always be glad I did. SigEp has provided me with so much throughout my college career. I remember going through the recruitment process and meeting current brothers who were clearly getting it done both in and out of the classroom. These were men who were making an impact on campus, and I quickly took notice and wanted to be a SigEp as well. I was taken aback at how tremendously involved these guys were, yet they remained humble and answered all my questions about Greek life. I felt as if I could find a SigEp in almost every organization on campus, from almost every major, each with their own unique story.

My time in SigEp has flown by, and I have so many cherished memories to look back on. From our intramural championships, to our last few formals in Pittsburgh, Louisville, and Nashville, I’m excited for what these next two years hold for me in SigEp. Whether it’s having food at our chapter dinners, teaming up with sororities to raise money for our philanthropies, or enjoying weekend socials, I’ve been fortunate enough to meet so many other Buckeyes. In SigEp, I have found more than just my best friends, I’ve found family. Most recently, I’ve even emerged as a leader within the chapter by being elected as our Vice President of Recruitment.

As the public image of fraternities has recently become rather negative, SigEp remains strong to its values of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. Winning Ohio State’s chapter of the year award 8 of the last 9 years, SigEp carves a path of success and continues to lead by example on Ohio State’s campus and as a national organization. Being one of the largest fraternities on campus, yet still maintaining a 3.6 average GPA as a chapter demonstrates our strong beliefs in being well-rounded. SigEp is a diverse group of men who all strive to make the most of their college experience. I encourage you to learn more about us from the resources available on this website. How will YOU make the most of your time as a Buckeye?

 

Logan Lavelle

Vice President of Recruitment

Ohio State ’20