The Pi Upsilon chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi was chartered over 50 years ago at Purdue University. Since then AEPi has striven to bring quality men who share our values into our brotherhood, and are uncompromising in our standards. Over the past 4 years AEPi at Purdue has nearly tripled in size. This has allowed AEPi to reclaim the house that was built in The Acres. The current house is located at 1051 David Ross Rd. Together the chapter has helped many good men become great men and that is one tradition that hasn’t changed with the times.
The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau was first chartered on February 4, 1948. It was recolonized on October 15, 2000. The mission of Sigma Delta Tau is to enrich the college experience of women of similar ideals, to build lasting friendships, and to foster personal growth. Sigma Delta Tau shall encourage each member to reach her fullest potential by providing intellectual, philanthropic, leadership and social opportunities within a framework of mutual respect and high ethical standards. Our chapter has grown rapidly in size over the past few years and is committed to providing a “home” to women on Purdue’s campus.
The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT) is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its Credo: Intellectual Awareness, Social Responsibility, Integrity and Brotherly Love, in order to prepare its members for positions of leadership and service within their communities.
Mindful of its founding in 1898 as the Nation’s first Jewish Fraternity, ZBT will preserve and cultivate its relationships within the Jewish community. Since 1954, ZBT has been committed to its policy of non-sectarian Brotherhood, and values the diversity of its membership. ZBT will recruit and initiate men of good character, regardless of religion, race or creed who are accepting of these principles. The ZBT house is located at 900 David Ross Road.
Graduates and Professionals at Purdue (GAPP) is the union of Jewish graduate students and professionals. As Jews we come from all parts of the world bringing with us many unique cultural experiences but we also share many similar traditions. Our bond is both social and spiritual. Monthly events include the arts, sports, parties, holidays, services, lectures, and dinners to name a few.
For more information contact Hillel (email@example.com)
Israel Council at Purdue (ICAP) is a student organization that aims to increase campus and community awareness of the situation in the Middle East. It does this through cultural, social, and political programs about Israeli issues. Specifically, ICAP aims to promote sentiments favorable to Israel as well as combating misrepresentations of Israel in all forms. ICAP is made up of students, both Jews and non-Jews, from all over the political spectrum, all working together to support Israel on Campus.
For more information on all Fall ‘14 programming, contact Abbie Ijams (firstname.lastname@example.org).
FYSH (First Year Students at Hillel) is a program that aims to make new students comfortable with college life. We look forward to your addition to the history of successful FYSH classes, many of whom have gone on to leadership positions in Hillel, ICAP and other campus organizations.
Throughout this year, there will be many activities designed to help you meet new people, get involved with Hillel, and have some fun!
Feel free to ask questions, make suggestions, and speak your mind; this program was designed for you to help you.
We want to welcome you to Purdue and to Hillel. I hope this year proves to be exciting and memorable.
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