Rush

Frequently Asked Questions

Rush is a period of time near the beginning of a semester where students can meet members of different Greek organizations and get a glimpse of what Greek life is like.

With over 10,000 brothers throughout the United States and Canada, Lambda Phi Epsilon is the only international Asian-interest fraternity in the world. We offer opportunities to create social networks, have new experiences, develop yourself as a leader among men, and be a part of a lifelong brotherhood. 

It is highly recommended for you to attend rush events because it will give you a better idea of who we are and give us a better idea of who you are. Plus, the events are free of charge!

If you are interested in joining us, you will be offered an interview. After that, if the brothers feel that you are a good fit for the fraternity, you will be given an invitation to pledge and become a brother of Lambda Phi Epsilon.

With academic achievement being one of our five pillars, we stress the importance of school and staying focused on academics. Although joining a fraternity will require time and effort, it is definitely possible, and balancing these things will only help you grow as person.

No. Lambda Phi Epsilon is an Asian interest fraternity that focuses on the promotion of Asian American awareness, but members of every ethnicity, race, religion, and creed are accepted.

No, rush is just an opportunity for you meet the brothers, learn more about the fraternity and see if this is something for you.