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Alpha Epsilon Pi's Omicron chapter is extremely rich in tradition and is one of the finest chapters in the country. Founded at UGA in 1926, the Omicron chapter is the oldest continually active AEPI chapter in the world. Our house has been at its current location on River Road since 1959 and is very close to Sanford Stadium. The house is situated on one of the largest private lots on campus and contains a full basketball court. Famous AEPi alumni included Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox; Jack Stahl, former President of Coca-Cola; actors Dean Martin and Gene Wilder; Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook; musician Paul Simon; CNN news anchor Wolf Blitzer and Omicron alumni Steve Koonin who is the current CEO of the Atlanta Hawks.
AEPi stresses all aspects of fraternity life including academics, philanthropy, campus involvement, athletics, and social life. The Brothers of Omicron consider academic excellence imperative to college life and are currently tied for the highest ranking fraternity GPA on campus, which is also the highest fraternity GPA of the past 10 years. Furthermore, individuals in AEPi and the organization as a whole regularly contribute to community service efforts through Relay for Life, Dance Marathon, UGA Miracle, and Habitat for Humanity. AEPi also has brothers who hold prominent leadership positions in campus organizations such as University Judiciary, Phi Beta Kappa, Hillel, Order of Omega, Student Government, and the Terry College of Business Dean's Council.
Brothers from Wild West 1989
Brothers of the Pledge Class of 2018
Omicron chapter also excels on the playing field, and is actively involved in Club lacrosse, Club waterpolo, intramural flag football, basketball, indoor soccer, and softball. In addition to strong commitment to athletics and academics, the chapter enjoys a jam packed social calendar which includes band parties, socials, date nights, and the famous Wild West Weekend in the spring. The Brothers of the Omicron Chapter of AEPi truly enjoy a balanced, well-rounded fraternity experience.
Brothers on "Frat Beach" at the Georgia Vs. Florida Game
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