History of the Epsilon Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter

The Epsilon Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded on April 19, 1972 by the Honorable Michael Chambers, Melvin A. Shorter, Jr., Clayton McNeil, Matthew W. Wright and Charles B. Wright (the fraternity’s 23rd Past International President). After being inactive for some time, the chapter was reactivated in November 2002 by Brother Dr. Eugene Clark, Ph.D.

The Brothers of the Epsilon Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. primary duties are to always uphold the high ideals our founders set forth at the time of our fraternity’s inception; Brotherhood, Scholarship and Service. The Brothers of the Epsilon Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. vow to be an asset to the Greater Baltimore County region of Maryland in all matters that the chapter deems beneficial to the development and overall progression of the area and the citizens living within it as embodies in our fraternity’s motto, “Culture for Service, and Service for Humanity”.

 With a chapter consisting of 29 professional, college educated men; the Epsilon Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter is steadily growing and become a force to be reckoned with throughout the Baltimore County and Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area. With local, Regional and National awards and recognition, the Epsilon Nu Sigma has no plans of slowing down. The chapter currently advises two collegiate chapters of the fraternity:

  • The Kappa Beta Chapter of Frostburg State University
  • The Zeta Upsilon Chapter of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County

The chapter vows to continue to grow in numbers, spirit and vision.  We are developing Sigma men who will unselfishly give of their time, finances, and talents, to serve.  Your prayers and encouragement are a source of strength for our Chapter, and we hope that you will continue to support Epsilon Nu Sigma Chapter in its future endeavors.

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