Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc.

Nickname: L-Phi-E or LFE
Founded Nationally: February 25,1981 at UCLA
Established at STJ: November 8, 1998
Chapter: Alpha Delta
Colors: Royal Blue & White
National Site: http://www.lambdaphiepsilon.com

Lambda Phi Epsilon is the first and only nationally recognized Asian-American fraternity. As of May 2002, Lambda Phi Epsilon has become a nationally chartered fraternity. Lambda Phi Epsilon above all, seeks to establish and perpetuate brotherhood and fellowship among its members. Our belief is that brotherhood can be found through philanthropy, athletic, academics, and simply running the House. Part of that brotherhood is expressed in our motto "to be leaders among men" and it is our unique brotherhood that begins this life long commitment to be leaders in every arena of life. It is our goal to build a close unit through voluntary dedication and commitment between each and every brother. We not only seek to bring together a diverse group of men who share interests, concerns, backgrounds, and cultures, but who believe that the strength on many is stronger when they are forged into the power of being one.

The primary landmark of our fraternity is service to the community, particularly the Asian American community. As a fraternity, we provide philanthropy for worthy causes through service and charity. Our national philanthropy is the Asian-American Donor Program, an agency of the National Marrow Donor Program. Not only do we actively raise support for the national organizations, we do the same for the Asian-American community here in New York. In addition to participating in Habitat for Humanity, the 2nd Mile program (a home for displaced youths) and the Red Cross, our fraternity seeks to increase unity inside the Asian-American Community. Furthermore, we are dedicated in Promoting Asian-American awareness on our campus as a whole.