Information for Panhellenics

When Alpha Epsilon Phi colonizes on a campus, we pride ourselves on building a mutually beneficial working relationship with the university administration, fraternity/sorority life, Panhellenic advisor, extension committee and the entire Panhellenic community to ensure the success of our colony and its contributions to the entire fraternity/sorority community.

We are currently enjoying one of the most exciting growth periods in our history.  During the last few years, we have colonized several new groups who began as local Jewish interest groups or sororities who formed because Jewish women on their campuses were looking for a comfortable home.  Our two most recent examples are the University of Washington and Towson University.  Women on these campuses wanted a sorority experience that felt familiar, comfortable, and respected their religious values and traditions and found a home in AEPhi.  These colonies, and our recently installed chapters, have been extremely successful in filling a niche for Jewish women while being active members of their Panhellenic communities. 

For more information, contact our executive director, Bonnie Wunsch.