Howdy! Texas A&M AEPi is a group of men committed to strengthening our campus and the Jewish life in Aggieland. From social events, philanthropies, tailgates, and more, Texas A&M AEPi is a home away from home for the Aggie Jewish man.
Here are a few fun facts about the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity:
- Founded in 1913 at NYU as a non-discriminatory, Jewish fraternity
Core values: Mutual Helpfulness, Honesty, Faith, Perseverance and Humility
Over 190 active chapters and colonies
International Organization located in 7 countries: USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, France, Australia & Israel
Network of over 110,000 alumni and almost 12,000 current undergraduates
To learn more about our international organization, visit aepi.org.
Our Lambda Mu colony at Texas A&M University was founded on April 19, 2015 with five "Founding" members. Since our founding we have expanded our membership and become deeply involved in academics, student and Greek life, and the local Jewish community. We are a recognized Student Organization on campus and look forward to joining our campus IFC in November 2017.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity philanthropically supports ten incredible organizations through our Repair the World Fund. Our goal is to raise 1 Million Dollars (globally) within seven years. Visit our colony's philanthropy page and help support these amazing organizations! If you would prefer to donate directly to our chapter, then click here!
Our basic purpose is to provide the opportunity for a Jewish man to
be able to join a Jewish organization whose purpose is not specifically religious, but rather social and cultural in nature. Alpha Epsilon Pi is a Jewish fraternity, though non-discriminatory and open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values.
If you would like to contact our chapter, visit the "Contact Us" Page!
Interested in Joining AEPi? Click here.