The Alpha Omega Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at
Chapman University was established in the Fall semester of 2011
as a nationally recognized colony. After 6 semesters as a
registered Chapman University interest group, Alpha Epsilon Pi
of Chapman University has gained official status as a member of
the Inter Fraternity Council at Chapman University.
We are looking forward to the coming semester and all our new opportunities.
One of Chapman University's biggest student communities.
Chapman's Greek Life makes up close to 34% of Chapman
undergraduate students. Chapters complete thousands of hours of
community service per year and donate thousands of dollars to
philanthropic organizations, all while building great connections
that will last a lifetime.
Close friends, networking, philanthropic activities, social experiences, and everlasting memories are some of the countless reasons to join a Greek organization like Alpha Epsilon Pi.
To live a healthy lifestyle, an individual must find balance between his life and everything else in the world. The Fraternity helps me achieve this. I will be forever in debt to my Fraternity and the Brothers of the chapter, and that's something that you can't put a price on. I've had a lot of friends in my lifetime, but my fraternity brothers stand out from all of my friends, and that is something that I'm very proud of as an Alpha Epsilon Pi brother.
During my freshman year I learned that college was great, but ΑΕΠ made it amazing. All within one organization, I have made friends of a lifetime, networked with other people in the business world and made an impact on my community. ΑΕΠ has driven me to be a better student, and I drive ΑΕΠ to be the best it can be, so that others can take away from it what I am right now.
From the outside looking in you could never understand, from the inside looking out you could never explain.
In the strive to become a quality, impactful Jewish man, ΑΕΠ pushes you to become just that through life-changing experiences and opportunities that reverberate well-beyond your college days.