Tau Kappa Epsilon

Letters 2013, Tau Kappa Epsilon

For over a century, the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon have been committed to a higher level of excellence and are excited to share their ideals to the Northern Arizona University Greek community.

While re-founding our chapter, we hope to inspire through action and break the stereotype of what many outsiders perceive fraternities to be.  We are one of the few fraternities that never had a membership discrimination clause preventing membership based on race, color, or creed.

We consider men "not for wealth, rank, or honor; but for personal worth and character." Because of these high moral values, the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon stand out for all the right reasons and lead those around them in mental, moral, and physical challenges.

Founded: January 10, 1899

Leaders: President - Hayden Sybrant hs242@nau.edu

Colors: cherry red and gray

Symbol: equilateral triangle

Flower: red carnation

Philanthropy: Ronald Reagan's Alzheimer's Foundation and St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital

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