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Mom Sandy
May 2006 – Current


Sandra Fisher (Mom Sandy)

House Director

After raising three children, and working 20 years as a respiratory therapist, I now focus my energies on the new group of young men who rush the house each Fall and Spring. I enjoy spending time with the members that live in as well as catching up with out of house members when they stop by for the occasional meal.

Being a house director is a calling. It takes heart, logic, nerves of steel and occasionally ear plugs. A house director does many things that often go unnoticed, which is not unlike most mothers. The most important thing I do is to make sure the house is a safe place for the members to live. I work closely with the contracted food service’s kitchen staff to oversee and ensure that menus provide a variety of heart healthy foods and snacks. Other duties as needed, checking on sick boys, providing first aid for minor injuries, and the occasional word of encouragement. I like knowing I am providing a home away from home atmosphere for the members.

Being a House Director is a calling. It takes heart, logic, nerves of steel and occasionally ear plugs.


I am blessed and very fortunate to have a great support group, which includes the member’s executive team, Parent’s Club and the alumni board.

I get so attached to the young men who pass through our door, each year it gets harder to see the seniors leave. I am so proud of their involvement in campus activities, community service and scholastic accomplishments. Even though they move on with their lives they always have a special place in my heart. Being part of Sigma Phi Epsilon has enriched my life more than I could have ever imagined.

My charities are Food and Shelter for Friends and Habitat for Humanity.

Sandra can be contacted by email: momsandy.sigep[at]