Minimum Standards for Chapters
Being a Teke is more than joining an organization that 272,000+ other men have joined. Being a Teke stands for being a part of a brotherhood where men of character - regardless of their background - come together to help each other advance and achieve. It’s about aiding one another in our mental, moral, and social development...for life.
The North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) made a bold move and spelled out some standards as to what it means to be a fraternity man on a college campus. The NIC established a baseline where all member fraternities are expected to develop policies aimed at ensuring that our chapters and members meet certain minimum standards.
Prior to the NIC’s adoption of these new member standards, TKE had many policies in place which the NIC now requires of all fraternities. As a leader in the fraternity movement, TKE should set our minimums even higher - in essence, we should raise the bar for others to follow. It is time to show the fraternity world that TKE is not only the largest, but being a Teke is something more than the bare minimum. We stand for excellence. We expect the best.