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Our Story

The Beta Upsilon chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity was chartered on May 8th, 1949 by a group of Jewish gentlemen that shared the core values of both the Alpha Epsilon Pi founders and the founder of Bradley University, Mrs. Lydia Moss Bradley.

These values hold true for the men of the Beta Upsilon chapter to this day. With less than 1000 alumni, this exclusive chapter selects only the highest quality men who share these same values of humility, honesty, mutual helpfulness, faith, and many more.

Each year the Beta Upsilon chapter works to uphold the traditions of the past while creating memories for the future. The Beta Upsilon chapter has raised an

estimated $100,000 over the past

69 years for philanthropic causes, as well as contributing thousands of community service hours in the Bradley community.

Overall, the traditions, values, and pride of the Beta Upsilon chapter have persevered over the past 69 years. With an eye to the past and respect towards the future the Beta Upsilon chapter looks to continue to flourish while developing today’s academic excellence and tomorrow’s future leaders.

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