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Alpha Epsilon Pi

Since 1929, Alpha Epsilon Pi at Vanderbilt University has a tradition of providing a fraternal home to thousands of young men looking to better themselves and their communities. AEPi’s mission – to develop the future leaders of the world’s Jewish communities – is demonstrated every day through acts of Brotherhood, Tzedakah (charity), social awareness and support for Jewish communities and Israel. Returning to Vanderbilt University gives AEPi a chance to bring its unique brand of Brotherhood back to a campus at which it has a great deal of history — the Tau chapter at Vanderbilt was the fraternity’s 19th chapter. Today, there are more than 180 AEPi chapters in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Israel. Email Jason Kirschtel (jkirschtel@aepi.org) for more information about getting involved!

  • Nickname: AEPi
  • Address: 209 24th Ave. South
  • Founded: New York University, 1913
  • Local Chapter Founded: Tau, 1929
  • Number of Chapters: 200
  • Colors: Gold and Blue
  • Philanthropy: Jaffa Institute, United Hatzalah, and Israel Cancer Research Fund
  • Local Website:
  • National Website:  www.aepi.org

Contact Information

Jason Kirschtel, AEPi, Director of Chapter Services