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Delta Kappa Epsilon
We've just recently moved into our new housing complex at 3989 Graham Road. This new complex has space for 29 actives, an 80 car parking lot, a 4500 square foot covered basketball court and pavilion, and it is all situated on 8 acres. It's about a 6-8 minute drive from campus and is located near the Barracks, with easy access to bus stops. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a house tour.
With all members being involved in multiple student organizations, our leadership extends beyond the walls of Delta Kappa Epsilon itself. Many men hold positions in outside organizations across various majors as well as on IFC. Throughout their time here, our men learn leadership skills that help them succeed in their desired field upon graduation.
Texas A&M's Interfraternity Council consists of 21 fraternities dating back to the 1970's. With A&M's recent adoption into the SEC, Greek life here has experienced massive growth and is now the largest student group on campus. Right now is the perfect time to join a fraternity as we continue to expand and become a more Greek friendly campus.
Tau Chi Chapter
Gentlemen, Scholars, and Jolly Good Fellows
The Tau Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon was colonized on March 24, 2010, as the twenty seventh fraternity at Texas A&M University. After thoughtful consideration of several national fraternities, the eight founders decided upon ΔΚΕ for a variety of factors, including the university being home to the George Bush Presidential Library. This was the first colonization effort in history to have two former U. S. Presidents (George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush) personally support of the endeavor. Tau Chi has proven itself to be among the most selective fraternities here at Texas A&M University. Our brothers strive to be leaders on campus and in the professional world, as well as scholarly students of this University.