TKE Begins 2017 with Two New Alumni Associations Established

TKE Begins 2017 with Two New Alumni Associations Established
Since the beginning of 2017, Tau Kappa Epsilon has established two new Alumni Associations. With the chartering of the Epsilon-Kappa (Loyola University Chicago) and Gamma-Sigma (University of Kentucky) Alumni Associations, the Fraternity now has 106 active Alumni Associations across TKE Nation. 

“I believe that every TKE chapter should have a team of alumni working to support an active collegiate group and to share events and news that is pertinent to their alumni. 
Every time we add another Alumni Association to the official TKE roster there is much excitement, but I will not rest until we achieve an active association for each chapter,” Todd Farmer, Senior Director of Alumni Engagement said.

Officially recognized Alumni Associations are eligible to vote at Conclave. If you need to register your Alumni Association or to see if your group is already active, visit aa.tke.org.

About Alumni Associations

An Alumni Association is a group working together to foster the TKE spirit among alumni of many generations. An association is chartered either as a chapter-based or area-based Alumni Association. Alumni Associations plan social and philanthropic events just like a chapter, and many Alumni Associations award scholarships to collegiate members.

To share an upcoming event for your Alumni Association click here.

For more information, please contact:

Todd Farmer
Senior Director of Alumni Engagement
317-872-6533 ext. 234
tfarmer@tke.org