"Not for wealth, rank or honor, but for personal worth and character"

TKE is one of the few fraternities that never had a discrimination clause in its membership requirements to prevent membership of men because of their race, color, or creed.


Tau Kappa Epsilon Purchases New Headquarters



The Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was established at the University of Miami in 1949. It was re-established in 1966 by a local fraternity by the name of ΣΙ and was known as the ΓΔ chapter. Sadly, as of 2000, the chapter is no longer active at Miami.

Our chapter was always drawn from a broad cross-section of the nation and always had an active Little Sister group. The Little Sisters were properly called the Order of Diana and had their own initiation ceremony into our family.

We came from all over the country which has meant that we have returned to all over the country and have lost touch through the years. In this era of the Internet, some of us have come together to create this site in the hope of reaching old friends.

Anyone with old or new photographs who wishes to share them can do so by sending them


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Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity News

New Grand Histor Announced

The Venerable Grand Prytanis Christopher T. Hanson is proud to announce changes to the members of the Grand Council.



Zain Islam named CAC Chairman, Five CAC spots open

Zain Islam (Upsilon-Mu, N.Y.I.T.-Manhattan) has been selected Chairman of the Collegiate Advisory Committee. Five CAC spots for the 18-19 now open.



TKE Educational Foundation 2017-2018 Fiscal Year Highlights

Thank you for your unwavering financial support and volunteer dedication to our beloved Fraternity.



TKE Educational Foundation Welcomes Three New Board Members

They bring talent, expertise and energy and we are honored by their membership as we continue to increase awareness & funds for our beloved Fraternity



Frater Donald R. Tapia Nominated for Ambassador to Jamaica

Frater Donald R. Tapia has nominated for the title of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Jamaica.



Announcing our Servicing Model for the 2018-2019 Fiscal Year

The Offices of the Grand Chapter is proud to announce our servicing model for 2018-2019 fiscal year.



Featured Story - Marc Benioff

“Because the real joy in life comes from giving. It comes from service. It comes from doing things for other people."



The Teke Sitdown: John Broadway

The untold story of how the Fraternity for Life helped a young Frater find his way. Originally published in THE TEKE, Winter 2015.



2017-2018 Named Scholarship Recipients

The TKE Educational Foundation is proud to announce the 2017-2018 Named Scholarship recipients.



Trine University to Host 6th Annual Relay for Life Event

The goal of Relay for Life is to raise money for the American Cancer Society, as well as celebrate cancer survivors & commemorate those we have lost.



Students at NDSU Swing Outside for 72 Straight Hours

Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon and Kappa Delta at NDSU to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.



2018 International Sweetheart, Sophie Tangel

The Offices of the Grand Chapter is proud to announce Tau Kappa Epsilon's 2018 International Sweetheart, Sophi Tangel, representing Epsilon-Kappa.



2018-2019 Fee Structure Announcement

The Offices of the Grand Chapter is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 Fee Structure for Tau Kappa Epsilon unanimously approved by the Grand Council.



2017-2018 Top Four Scholarship Recipients & All-Teke Academic Team

The TKE Educational Foundation is proud to announce the members of the All-Teke Academic Team and recipients of our prestigious named scholarships.



"So, What do you do?" - Alexandru Aldea

Alex stars as Martin Luther in the six-part CNN Original Series, POPE: The Most Powerful Man In History. The series debuted on CNN on March 11th.



Active Minds, TKE partner in President’s Courtyard to raise awareness

TKE and Active Minds collaborated for Active Mind’s goal of spreading awareness and reduce the stigma associated with mental health.



Fraternity chapter creates program to address addiction, mental health issues

The program was created by Jordan Abhold. He worked with the Officers to incorporate SupportMe and helped train them on how to handle situations.



Frater Inducted into University of South Florida Fraternity and Sorority Life Hall of Fame

Frater Stephen Lytle, of the Lambda-Alpha chapter inducted into the University of South Florida's Fraternity and Sorority Life Hall of Fame.



"So, what do you do?" - Brenner Billy

Brenner Billy, CAAE Assistant Coordinator, is a cultural trainer with the Choctaw Nation Learning and Development Department.



Tau Kappa Epsilon Announces Jill Konija's Retirement

After 32 years, it is with a debt of gratitude that Tau Kappa Epsilon announces the retirement of one of our most well-known employees, Jill Konija.



TKE Library: March 2018 Book Recommendation

It is a story about a man facing both external and internal odds. Through perseverance and determination he discovers much about himself.



Reputation Management in the Social Age

Promote the good and underrepresented things you and your fellow Tekes are doing, and live your day-to-day life by the creed of Tau Kappa Epsilon.



UNH Tales - Spotlight on: Alpha-Nu Chapter Tau Kappa Epsilon

Tekes from Alpha-Nu Chapter at UNH share how the fraternity and overall Greek life on campus has impacted them.



TKE fraternity smashes car for good cause

The Oakland University chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon held a car smashing event in lot P-16 on Friday, Feb. 2 at Winterfest.



Failure Is Your Friend & You're Going To Fail A Lot

This article is a guest post by Frater Kenny Soto on the lessons to be learned from failure.



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