History of the Phi Alpha Chapter at FAU


 
          

     On May 15, 1987 fourteen jewish men colonized Phi Alpha at Florida Atlantic University of The Alpha Epsilon Pi International Fraternity.  With rapid growth over the first four pledge classes, the colony was chartered on March 4, 1989.

The Phi Alpha Chapter is one of 16 active fraternities here on the Florida Atlantic University campus and is the second oldest organization.  As the years have gone by, other organizations have came and gone, but Alpha Epsilon Pi has prevailed through its ups and downs to become the great fraternity it is today.  As Supreme Master Sam Blustein would say "It's a great time to be an AEPi!"

Today, the Phi Alpha chapter participates in all campus activities such as Student Government, Homecoming, FAU Athletics, Greek Week, IFC, Hillel, JCLE, CHABAD, intramural sports and much more!  We also host many social events throughout the semester and most importantly give back to our community by raising money for local and national charities and logging down a countless number of community service hours.  Another area of importance is balancing our academics.  One way our fraternity allows its members to improve there academic performance is by instilling values of time management into each and everyone of our members.  

Some of our recent accomplishments have been Greek Week champions in 2009, named best delegation at South Regional Conclave, 5 star status in Intellectual Growth at FAU's Standard of Excellence Ceremony, 3rd place in the 2010 Owl Prowl Homecoming Competition, runners-up in intramural flag football and soccer!

In Fall 2012, FAU AEPi Claimed first place in Intramural Flag Football!!