Why Rush?

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The Tau Pi Chapter of AEPi at William and Mary is a Jewish Social Fraternity committed to providing the best experience and opportunities for the Jewish college man.

Being a member of a fraternity means being part of a closely-knit brotherhood of young men, and through the fraternity you will make connections with various social, philanthropic, and academic organizations all eager to help you grow as an individual.

AEPi is not a religious organization, but rather a social organization committed to helping young Jewish men make connections and push themselves to improve as individuals. Being a member of AEPi means being a member of one of the 10 largest fraternities in the nation. This means you’ll be connected to over 186 active chapters across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Austria, Australia, and Israel, and that you’ll be part of an organization that has initiated more than 102,000 members.

In terms of academics, AEPi Tau Pi has one of the highest average GPAs of any fraternity on the WM campus. Our fraternity helps its members enjoy college, make connections, network with alumni, learn to become leaders, while also maintaining top academic performance.

Our Rush process is an opportunity for you to learn more about us and for us to meet you. At the end of the Rush process, we decide who is a good fit for our organization and we offer bids (a formal offer to begin the process of becoming a brother) to students who we want as part of our brotherhood.

-Edward Millman, 2017 Rush Chair, Class of 2020

For additional information, please check out the following links from AEPi Nationals:

Notable Alumni
Why Join AEPi?
AEPi’s Mission Statement