Welcome to the website of the Epsilon Upsilon (Yale) Chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. We invite you to browse the site to learn what makes Yale AEPi a fantastic example of strong brotherhood, dedicated leadership, commitment to the Jewish community, and enormous fun.
AEPi is the largest Jewish Fraternity in the United States, and we are open to all men who wish to further our goals of Brotherhood, Leadership, and commitment to the Jewish Community. The Alpha Chapter of AEPi was founded at NYU in 1913, and this, the Epsilon Upsilon Chapter was founded at Yale in 1989. Our Brothers are active in a wide range of activities in both the Jewish community, and the Yale community at large.
This Brotherhood is a group of extraordinary men, and we invite you to read about our most recent events on our News & Photos page. We also invite you to read a letter of welcome from our master, David Ribot. If you are looking for information about joining AEPi, check out our Rush page.
- AEPi is a diverse group of Yale undergrads across years, interests, majors, and backgrounds. Brothers build friendships and connections that last a lifetime.
- AEPi brothers can explore Judaism culturally, spiritually, and socially in a unique way, complementing Yale’s diverse Jewish community.
- AEPi brothers enjoy opportunities to try things they’ve always wanted to, from paintball to community service projects, while building close friendships.
- AEPi’s brotherhood is built upon the integrity of our brothers, and respect for each other and the Yale community. Unlike other fraternities, there is no hazing.