Tau Kappa Epsilon

photoFounded: January 10, 1899 - Illinois Wesleyan University
Chartered at University of West Georgia: June 5, 1971 and re-charted in 1988
Colors: Cherry and Gray
Flower: Red Carnation
Nickname: Tekes
National Philanthropy: Special Olympics
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Tau Kappa Epsilon is the largest international social fraternity, with more than 320 chapters and colonies in the United States and Canada. Our TKE founders created an organization dedicated to selecting members for their
individual merits, rather than their "station in life." Today, TKE retains the slogan, "Not for wealth, rank or honor, but for personal worth and character."

Xi-Theta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at University of West Georgia is dedicated to establishing brotherhood and to gain experience and knowledge through the understanding of love, charity, and esteem, which are the underlying principles of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Through personal sacrifice of every brother in the bond, we hope to build an individuals knowledge, integrity, character, and respect to the honest conviction of others. With every members participation in our fraternity we hope to impress of ones feelings of intensity, compassion, loyalty and unity which binds us together with fraternal love, Tau Kappa Epsilon will be a stepping stone for the future achievement of an individual's life.