We encourage you to sign up for IFC rush and learn more about our chapter. Tomorrow’s leaders are in our chapter today. AEPi encourages its brothers to participate in fraternity and campus activities that strengthen character and develop the leadership skills necessary to leave college prepared for the next phase of life. Not only do you leave this fraternity better prepared for the world, you do so with a band of brothers to support you and help you succeed. These are the young men who must be counted upon to support worldly causes and to prepare to be tomorrows trailblazers, so that they may aid themselves, their family, and their community.
Throughout our history, the fraternity setting has served as a “learning laboratory”, a testing ground for young men who later become leaders in business, education, government, religion, and science. A goal of our chapter is to help each student to develop character, to learn responsibility, and to develop a proper set of values through living together in brotherhood. Alpha Epsilon Pi prepares young men for their role in life as responsible citizens.
If you are interested in joining our chapter, reach out to our rush chairs, featured below. We are excited to welcome every rushee and look forward to potentially becoming your brothers.
To learn more about how rush works at UGA, visit these websites:
Founded: November 7th, 1913 - New York University
National Mission Statement: 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.Membership: Includes more than 8,200 undergraduates at more than 200 chapters in 48 states and Canada. Alumni are active in more than 75 alumni associations.
Colors: Gold and Blue
Prominent Alumni: Mark Zuckerberg, Wolf Blitzer, Gene Wilder, Steve Koonin (chapter alumni), Scott Wolf, Art Garfunkel, Jerry Reinsdorff, and Alan Galumbeck to name a few.