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Alumni Hall - Dedication Plaque unveiled at Grand Opening of the John B. Thompson Alumni Hall

New Members - A recent new member class in front of the John B. Thompson Alumni Hall which opened in 2007

Pre-game Anyone? - SAE knows how to throw a huge feast on our patio before all home football games thanks to friends of the Minerva Club

In the House - The formal Living Room at Mother Mu with our Founder, Noble Leslie DeVotie hanging over the fireplace, keeping watch over the house

In the News
  • CONGRATULATIONS: to Hamilton Bloom for recently being elected President of the Student Government Association (SGA) at the University of Alabama. We know Brother Bloom will represent all of the students at UA with pride, respect and dignity. We are proud to have an SAE hold this position of honor and distinction once again.

  • RECRUITMENT: is truly a year round process at Mother Mu. It begins in earnest early in the Spring semester during the winter months. It is important that alumni submit Recruitment Recommendations and that potential new members state their interest early on and get a letter of recommendation from an alumnus or active member in advance, so they can get on the rush list and be kept informed of recruitment events throughout the winter, spring and summer months. For more information, visit the Rush page on the main menu above, or send an e-mail to the following: rush.alabama.mu@saeepsilon.org/mu (click on the address link).

  • NEW MEMBER CONGRATS: to the 47 new members of Alabama Mu. Initiation was held on Sunday, November 17, in DeVotie Hall of the Alabama Mu Chapter House. Following the ceremony, a formal dinner was held with nearly 200 guests to honor the new members and their families.

  • WELCOME NEW MEMBERS: L. Jackson Bradford (Atlanta, GA), J. Ritchie Bradshaw (Alexander City, AL), August F. Bryant (Alexandria, VA), Mason M. Butler (Montgomery, AL), William B. Carter (Athens, GA), C. Blake Chappell (Alexander City, AL), Samuel T. Clark (Fort Myers, FL), Henry C. Coats (Mobile, AL), Kenneth L. Cobb (Mountain Brook, AL), William E. Coley (Mobile, AL), Jake C. Foery (Charlotte, NC), W. Par Gilmore (Prattville, AL), Chad M. Hartley (Mobile, AL), August J. Hodes (Kansas City, MO), Conrad C. Hurst, IV (Spartanburg, SC), Harrison P. Imsand (Mobile, AL), Jake A. Irvin (Athens, GA), K. Grant Janke (Columbus, GA), C. William Johnson (Davidson, NC), Greg R. Kerr (Alexandria, VA), W. Bradford Kidd (Mountain Brook, AL), Judson C. Kittle (Athens, GA), Marshall C. Lee (Montgomery, AL), Walter R. Lovejoy (Charlotte, NC), W. Steele McDonald (Nashville, TN), Haigen P. Mirando (Greenville, SC), Jackson G. Muller (Montgomery, AL), Holden S. Naff (Mountain Brook, AL), Jackson O. Norman (Columbus, GA), W. Dawson Olgetree (Gadsden, AL), Jackson T. Rayburn (Vestavia Hills, AL), William W. Rhett (Mountain Brook, AL), J. McKee Riley (Jacksonville, FL), Chris K. Roach (Dallas, TX), John P. Roberts (Tuscaloosa, AL), Timothy A. Robin (Vestavia Hills, AL), Nicholas L. Robinson (Dallas, TX), H. Clay Shaw (Atlanta, GA), C. McCall Shipp (Nashville, TN), Clay H. Smith (Atlanta, GA), S. Harbour Stephens (Mobile, AL), Troy C. Thompson (Fort Myers, FL), James H. Thorp (Charlotte, NC), Hooper A. Turner (Columbus, GA), Jake J. Walters (Navarre Beach, FL), W. Patrick Weatherly (Montgomery, AL) and Daniel M. Wren (St. Louis, MO).

  • TORNADO RELIEF: Our members were highly involved with tornado relief after the devastating April 27, 2011, EF-4 (nearly EF-5) storms which rocked the city of Tuscaloosa. Days after the storm, our members put in over 1,000 labor hours doing whatever we could to help rebuild the city. In response to the devastation, our chapter started a fund to help with the school's rebuilding efforts. With the help of alumni, we were able to contribute more than just manpower to the cause. A Realm-wide effort was announced by Billy Bailey '09, Jesse Blount '12 and John McElrath '03. Click here UA Tornado Relief Effort & Donation to read more and find out how you can help out and donate to those who were affected by these storms. All members of the chapter were okay and the fraternity house at 432 University Blvd. was thankfully spared and sustained no damage.

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Alabama Mu Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
GPS / Street Address: 432 University Blvd.
Primary Mailing Address: P. O. Box 11057
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL 35486