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Tau Kappa Epsilon

The Pi-Epsilon Chapter strives to unleash each member's potential and fulfill the International Fraternity's mission statement of truly making better men for a better world. 

The Pi-Epsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Christian Brothers University has played a pivotal role in establishing and enhancing what it means to promote leadership, scholarship and fellowship within the Memphis community as a whole. From its humble beginnings: starting as a colony on the 20th of October 1979, to eventually receiving its charter on January 10, 1981, Tau Kappa Epsilon has lived out its core values of Love, Charity, and Esteem thus making Tau Kappa Epsilon the first and oldest Fraternity at Christian Brothers University.


The Pi-Epsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon prides itself in its philanthropic efforts. In the spring semester of 2010 alone, the active members were able to raise $213.00 per man and completed 74 service hours per man. The dollars raised and hours completed, went to the worthy organizations of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Alzheimer’s Association of America, and The Dream Factory of Memphis. The International Headquarters of Tau Kappa Epsilon recognizes both St. Jude and the Alzheimer’s Association as official TKE philanthropies. Each year we serve hundreds of hours and donate thousands of dollars to these charitable organizations.However, the Pi-Epsilon Chapter prides itself in its diligent work with the Dream Factory of Memphis. The “Nite of Life” initiative is a Pi-Epsilon tradition that allows us to promote a small, local charity is an extremely rewarding experience. In the spring semester of 2010 we were able to present a check for $7500.00 to the Dream Factory, the largest in the history of the event.

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