Sonoma State University Alpha Epsilon Pi
Sigma Psi Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity is the newest chapter at Sonoma State University. We are active in the Sonoma State community. Our diverse brotherhood is made up of active brothers from all over California.
The Brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi share much more then a set of ideals and beliefs. Alpha Epsilon Pi is not a religious organization but rather a social organization that connects thousands of men across the country. Joining AEPi gives you a connection with Jewish college students and alumni across America. Alpha Epsilon Pi includes non-Jewish members that share common goals and values and we encourage any interested rushee to come check us out! We have over 130 chapters, totaling over 7,000 undergraduate members. While each chapter is uniquely different, there is a common purpose of building great leaders.
At AEPi we aim to provide a college environment better than what many other fraternities offer, a brotherhood environment whose purpose is to recognize our organization's role within the Jewish community on campus, heavy involvement across Sonoma States co-curricular activities, and put forth philanthropic efforts around the North Bay area, as well as as an impressive social schedule and relationship with sororities on campus. This connection is emphasized by the brothers and wonderful ladies that are a part of this group in support of rushing our fraternity.
AEPi Mission Statement:
"Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Jewish Fraternity of North America, was founded to provide opportunities for Jewish men seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. We have maintained the integrity of our purpose by strengthening our ties to the Jewish community and serving as a link between high school and career. Alpha Epsilon Pi develops leadership for the North American Jewish community at a critical time in a young man's life. Alpha Epsilon Pi’s role is to encourage the Jewish student to remain dedicated to Jewish ideals, values, and ethics and to prepare the student to be one of tomorrow’s leaders so that he may help himself, his family, his community, and his people."