Tau Kappa Epsilon is a brotherhood of men who support each others
mental, moral, and social development. Since its founding in 1899, more
than 250,000 men of good character have become members. We currently
operate Chapters and Colonies on 278 college campuses across the United
States and Canada, which makes us the largest college social fraternity
in the world.
Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon value scholarship, character,
leadership, teamwork, service, and brotherhood. We aim to make a
positive difference in society, and become better people in the process.
Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success.
Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life.
TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.
Creed of Tau Kappa Epsilon
Frater Donald F. Young
* To Believe in love and loyalty to my College, my Fraternity, my Country, and my God;
* To Believe in the worthiness and dignity of my fellow man, and judge him solely upon his personal worth and character;
* To Believe with fidelity in the traditions and ideals of my Fraternity, and upon my sacred honor, to uphold them;
* To Believe in the constant search for truth, and through it, to seek the goal of wisdom;
* To Believe in the life based upon integrity, justice, sincerity,
patience, moderation, culture, and challenge in order to serve as a
responsible, mature member of society;
* To Believe in the cardinal principles of Love, Charity, and Esteem and to use them to guide my life;
* To Believe in my Fraternity as a brotherhood of gentlemen in perpetual quest of excellence as a way of life.
ABOUT TKE at UH (Epsilon Omicron Chapter)
Founded May 26th, 1956 the Epsilon Omicron chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was one of the first fraternities on this campus. In our 54 year history here at U of H, we have successfully initiated around 900 brothers into our chapter. In joining the EO chapter, you will be able to make unbelievable networks, participate in intramural sports, enjoy a large and well rounded social life, provide service to the local community, and gain friendships that last a life-time. With over 40 active brothers, this chapter is one of the largest on the campus.