Kappa Phi Epsilon
Established in the fall of 2004, Kappa Phi Epsilon has impacted hundreds of men at the University of Florida. It started with six men who shared the common vision of building a brotherhood of like-minded men dedicated to shared intellectual, spiritual and physical growth. Through God's blessing, that vision has been realized and we are a strong and vibrant brotherhood with a significant presence at the University of Florida. We offer a unique blend of Greek Life and Ministry that you won't find in any other organization.
Each semester we have socials with sororities, football tailgates at our house, and we host our own philanthropy. We hold semi-formal each fall term and The Admiral Ball, our annual formal, in the spring term. We partner with other members of the Christian Greek community to host themed events each night of Homecoming Week to celebrate tradition and legacy at the University of Florida. We have a 40-room house on University Avenue that is equipped with a commercial kitchen for brothers to participate in a meal plan. Each year, our brothers participate in philanthropies and other events with greek organizations including the annual Dance Marathon.
We develop men into leaders on campus, in the community and in their family and church. Part of active membership in the fraternity is participating in a weekly Bible study and attending a local church. Each weekly Chapter meeting is split up into a Business portion and a Worship portion. For Worship Chapter, the Chaplain leads the brothers in a message and a brother typically leads the Chapter in a few worship songs. We also encourage our members to participate in other ministries on campus to grow their faith. We are a non-denominational organization and welcome new members from any denomination.