Thursday, February 26, 2015

Alpha Epsilon Pi Information Session

Alpha Epsilon Pi Information Session
Wednesday March 04, 2015 - 4:10 PM
Location RBC 151

The members of the Sigma Eta Chapter are incredibly excited to be working in conjunction with the Interfraternity Council and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs to become a fully recognized chapter at Lehigh University. As this is a tremendous undertaking, the chapter is not participating in recruitment during this semester. We are working on ensuring a smooth transition that will enhance the Greek community and life within our own chapter. We will resume normal recruitment for eligible men in the fall of 2015. Additionally we will be holding numerous public events throughout the spring semester, for all members of the Lehigh community to attend and get to better know our chapter.
We plan on hosting recruitment events for eligible sophomores and upperclassmen during the first two weeks of the upcoming fall semester. After those two weeks, bids will be extended. No recruitment events will be held prior to this period. No bids, promises of bids, or invitations of any type to join the fraternity will be extended before the recruitment period begins.
Founded at Lehigh University in 1974, re-chartered in 2003, and re-recognized in 2015, the Sigma Eta Chapter has always been an integral part of the Lehigh community. Our brothers are deeply devoted community members who strive to offer a niche within Greek life to Jewish students and students committed to the values of Alpha Epsilon Pi. AEPi brothers are active on campus, leading every Jewish and Israel-focused organization and participating in numerous clubs and organizations. Our members have been instrumental in shaping Lehigh culture, serving as leaders within the Gryphon Society, Hillel Society, The Brown and White, Student Senate, ASA among many others. Becoming a brother of the Sigma Eta chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity is the perfect place to enhance your college experience as our brotherhood offers a robust support system for inside and outside the classroom needs, derived from our close-knit community.
We invite anyone who is interested in learning more about our chapter’s history, how we operate, our future plans, or anyone with any questions to attend an informational session to be held on March 4 at 4:10 PM in RBC 151. We especially would like to invite members of other fraternities and sororities to attend this event and meet our chapter and its members. In the event that you cannot attend, please direct all questions to chapter President Jonathan Cohen. If you have any questions about or interest in our fall recruitment process, please contact Recruitment Chair Sam Cassell, additionally feel free to visit our website at for more information.

President: Jonathan Cohen

Recruitment Chair: Sam Cassell