2019 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute InterFraternity Council

Delta Kappa Epsilon

The brothers of the Psi Omega chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity fully embody the gentleman, the scholar, and the jolly good fellow, the three pillars upon which the entire fraternity was first founded. Refounded at RPI in 2014, DKE is rapidly increasing in size, and has already taken initiative in several leadership positions on and off RPI’s campus. We currently live at 901 Peoples Avenue, Troy N.Y. 12180, which is a short walk from the academic center of campus.

 

Our fraternity has a strong brotherhood. Together, we go on camping and hiking trips, head out to concerts and movies, play paintball, and take trips out of state to places like Montreal and Myrtle Beach. We’re also constantly doing things at the house, whether that’s grilling and building things out back on our new patio or just hanging out on our newly-renovated chapter floor. Additionally, we compete against many of the clubs and other Greek houses at RPI in intramural sports, like soccer and hockey; and if it’s not in intramural sports, we can be found in clubs all over campus or as teaching assistants for several academic courses.

 

DKE also participates in a multitude of philanthropy events in its community. This extensive list includes holding fundraisers with other Greek organizations to raise money for charity, participating in Relay for Life, and volunteering at Albany’s Regional Food Bank.

 

Joining a fraternity is a fully unique experience, unlike any other club or activity that can be found on RPI’s campus. In DKE, brothers have access to a variety of things to do, a support network they can draw on, and real opportunities to shape the brotherhood in ambitious and exciting ways unique to a young organization. DKE gentlemen strive to excel as leaders, scholars, and, of course, brothers in all aspects of life; but, above all else, DKE looks for the very best of men. That is what you will find within DKE.