We are excited to be colonizing at Texas A&M University!

AEPhi is pleased to announce that after a unanimous vote of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council at Texas A&M University, as well as a unanimous vote by the AEPhi National Council, we will be colonizing on campus.  The women of Zeta Beta Sigma Sorority were pledged before the end of the semester and initiated as AEPhi sisters on April 26, 2015.

Zeta Beta Sigma was founded in 2006 based on the ideals and values of Judaism.  They were admitted to the Texas A&M Panhellenic as an associate member in 2010. Since then, "they have continued to build a strong sisterhood with close ties to the Texas A&M Hillel and Aggie Chabad with the goal of becoming a part of a historically Jewish NPC member organization." Like Alpha Epsilon Phi, this outstanding group of young women places the highest priority on academic success, service to the community and commitment to our Jewish values. The local group wanted to become AEPhi –not only to help them personally – but also to help grow the Jewish community on campus and to attract more Jewish women to A&M. The more we learned about Zeta Beta Sigma the more we saw the similarities between our two organizations and the values we both hold so dear.  

We look forward to this wonderful new addition to our roster.

The women of the Texas A&M University AEPhi Colony. Find out more about them at their website.