Welcome to the AEPi Alpha Chapter at New York University!

Welcome brothers, esteemed alumni, family, and friends of AEPi and the Alpha Chapter. Congratulations to our new brothers, you can find them under the brothers section!

We are holding our third annual "AEPi Rock-A-Thon" philanthropic event beginning Monday, April 29th, and are looking to raise $15,000! Our efforts will benefit Save A Child's Heart, a charitable organization dedicated to providing life-saving surgeries for underprivileged children in developing countries.

Current Total Raised: 5,804.00

Thank you to all those who have donated! If you would like to continue donating to our efforts, please feel free to make a tax deductible donation here:

Top Donors:
Greg Fink$518
Ryan Kuhel$500
Jordan Fine$500
Jonathan Patarkatsi$378
Justin Zayat$360
Matt Mizrahi$310
The Zarowin Family$280
Ashley Zayat$180
Stanley and Martine Fleishman$100
Aidan Kahn$100
Jason Steinmetz$100
Max Ralby$100
Jonathan Zighelboim$100
Michelle Edelsburg$100
Sahiba Dulai$75
Eric Bashirov$86
Daniel Timianko$50
Andrew Weinman$50
Christine Wanderon$50
Zach Marks$50
Taylor Fauntleroy$18
Zachary DuBow$18
Paul-Matthew Zamsky$18
Rebecca Pomeranz$18
Nicole Winograd$18
Stephanie Guedalia$18
Eldon Khorshidi$18

Thank you again for your support!

Welcome to the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi. AEPi was founded under the arch in Washington Square Park at New York University 96 years ago in 1913. We are the largest Jewish fraternity in the United States, but we are open to men of all faiths. Please look around our website and learn what makes AEPi a great brotherhood.

No one could tell me where my soul might be;
I searched for God, but he eluded me;
I sought my brother and found all three.

— Howard Crosby

Alpha Epsilon Pi is the premier Jewish fraternity at NYU. We are looking for well-rounded men who share our values -- honesty, courage, brotherhood, love of country, and faith in Jewish ethics and values. We are the largest fraternity at NYU, but it is not our numbers that make us great; it's the spirit and motivation to create something unique and the ability to implement a positive program based on Jewish ethics and values. Feel free to contact us if you'd like to learn more.