New Mexico Tau


Mission Statement


FOUNDED  February 9, 1946

LOCATION  The University of New Mexico

AWARDS  Greek Games Champions 2008

MEMBERS  30+ members involved in groups all over campus from ASUNM to IFC and HESO.


Every semester each member of SAE logs a minimum of 10 hours of community service.  Through various projects and fundraising efforts, the New Mexico Tau chapter seeks to improve not only our community, but also instill in its members a sense of duty and obligation to something greater than ourselves.


The New Mexico Tau Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon recently finished the Spring 2009 semester with the highest grade point average of any fraternity for the second semester in a row. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation

The SAE Foundation was established in 1927 to create programs that promote the highest ideals of academic and personal development. The existing programs include named scholarships, a student-loan program and the international Leadership School that has produced more than 25,000 graduates. The SAE Foundation awards $30,000 in scholarships annually in support of its mission.

Prominent New Mexico Alumni

The New Mexico Tau chapter house has seen many of its members go on to accomplish amazing things in their lives.  Men like Senator Pete Domenici and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson have passed through the chapter and still consider SAE one of their greatest experiences.