In early August, the California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) chapter won the John O. Moseley Zeal Award, which recognizes the chapter that “best exemplifies a model chapter in Sigma Alpha Epsilon.” As the SAE website states, “This chapter goes above and beyond expectations and demonstrates true zeal and excitement for the Fraternity, exhibiting a strong bond of brotherhood.”
The CSUSM chapter received the award during a ceremony at the end of the three-day John O. Moseley Leadership School, held in Phoenix this year.
As part of its winning portfolio, the CSUSM chapter raised more than $20,000 to build a memorial for law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty at SAE national headquarters in Evanston. It also organized a project called Rebuilding the South in which eight brothers traveled to New Orleans for a week to help build houses with Habitat for Humanity.
“The award means this chapter is full of driven, hard-working and passionate young men who care so deeply about this chapter, their brothers and what it is they do every day, including philanthropy but also just this campus,” said Alexander Zarrabian (2018 - 2019 Eminent Archon).