Alpha Epsilon Pi

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Since its inception on November 7, 1913 Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Jewish Fraternity of North America was founded to provide opportunities for a Jewish man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. Since its founding at UConn in 1956, AEPi has been welcoming of people from all backgrounds and religions.

Message from the Chapter President

Michael Cotton AEPi is an incredible organization here at UConn, with over 100 members we have brothers from all over the country. We consistently host social, brotherhood, and philanthropy events that contribute to lasting memories during your college experience. Personally, joining AEPi my freshman year was the best decision I have made at UConn. I instantly created bonds with brothers of all ages, became involved as much as possible, and have had amazing amounts of fun. Serving as president has been incredibly rewarding as I always look to improve our chapter across all facets of our operations. We invest in the success of our young members by offering academic advisors, study hours, and instilling our values as we strive to continue our legacy.

President: Michael Cotton

Expectations of Excellence Standings

Overall Chapter Grade Grey-Status
Chapter GPA 3.548
New Member GPA 2.829
Dollars Raised $865
Total Volunteer Hours

Updated: Aug 2022

 

Quick Facts

Established at UConn 1956
Chapter Name Upsilon Kappa
Nickname  AEPi
Colors  Blue and Gold
Symbol  Lion
Philanthropy HuskyTHON, Israel Cancer Research
Motto "No one could tell me where my soul might be: I searched for God, but He eluded me; I sought my brother out and found all three"
Signature UConn Event No Shave for Schachter

Chapter Awards

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Interested in Alpha Epsilon Pi?

If you have interest in rushing, please contact our fall 2022 Rush Chairs, Stephen Kohs (860) 657-6668 and Joey Muratore (516) 497 -5592.

Chapter Contact Information

Organizational Conduct History

Term of Incident

Type of Event Finding(s) of Responsibility Sanction(s) Sanction Length
Fall 2015 Alcohol 07(1i) AOD Policy Drinking Games and paraphernalia Warning N/A