Welcome to Texas Alpha Epsilon Pi!
Alpha Epsilon Pi, the only all Jewish fraternity at The University of Texas at Austin, was founded to provide opportunities for a Jewish man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience.
A Note From the Master
Brothers and Friends,
As we continue to take large strides in redefining what a fraternity can do in terms of brotherhood, academic success, campus involvement, and philanthropy we take a moment to celebrate the tremendous efforts of our predecessors over the past 75 years since our founding. Without the dedication and accomplishments of every single one of our brothers over the years and their loyalty after graduation, we could not stand where we do today. As a Chapter, we truly believe that participation in our organization enriches all aspects of the undergraduate experience and helps our Brothers reach their fullest potential as college students. We pursue this enrichment by embracing our Fraternity’s history and tradition, and working to maintain Texas AEPi’s tradition of excellence in all that we do.
We strive to give back to the community, and we have established ourselves as leaders across campus. The past year’s successes have left us with some exciting momentum to carry through our summer rush and into the upcoming Fall semester. As an organization, we have lead various initiatives from raising awareness during our Richie’s Spirit Philanthropy basketball tournament, to raising money for a school to be built in Uganda through our Ace Hood performance during our Round-up Weekend. In addition to our philanthropic efforts, we work hard each semester to provide the best support network we can to challenge each other to succeed. As a result of this effort, we were honored by the University of Texas’ Inter-Fraternity Council with an award for having the highest GPA among all chapters.
As a Brotherhood, we plan to continue this tradition into the Fall with our Rush Week events, our football tailgates, Family Weekend, our staple Hollywood Party, and our upcoming 75th Anniversary Celebration.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our homepage; I encourage you to take a moment to further explore our chapter’s website to find out more about our chapter’s events, our leaders, our home, our history, and our philanthropic causes.
I look forward to helping shape another significant year in our chapter’s history. Please reach out to me directly, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or concerns throughout the year.
Asher S. Intebi