Alpha Epsilon Phi participates in CPC’s informal recruitment process. We host an official recruitment week during the fall semester, typically during the first or second week of classes. We also host continuous open bidding parties during select semesters.

Click here to register for our informal recruitment! 


Spring 2020


Please check back here soon for Recruitment dates.


Please email with any questions or to RSVP!

We do not require letters of recommendation, however, if you would like to send one, please mail it to:


Alpha Epsilon Phi

ATTN: Gabby Foox

P.O. Box 765

Bellaire, TX 77402


New Member Process

Alpha Epsilon Phi's new member education program, known as First Avenue, is a six to eight week comprehensive program that educates our newest members on the responsibilities of membership, values of AEPhi, and our rich history and heritage. Our new member education program is based on the concept of "learning not earning your membership." Each week, new members will participate in engaging and fun lessons, lead by our VP of New Member Education and assistants. Our new members will actively learn each week about AEPhi and the lifelong sisterhood they have joined. Our goal during our new member education process is to equip our new members with the necessary tools and knowledge to make them successful active sisters in our chapter. While participating in our new member program, our new sisters will be integrated in to the chapter and have the opportunity to participate in all social and sisterhood events, as well as assume leadership roles if they wish. Upon completing the new member education program and fulfilling all responsibilities, new members will be initiated into our sisterhood and have the privileges of full membership.  

Interested in attending recruitment? 

Fill out the information below to contact our VP of Recruitment!

Megan Kalpin '20

I was searching for a home away from home, where I had no fears of being myself, and being Jewish was celebrated.  Joining AEPhi was one of the greatest decisions I have ever made and I’ve found the forever friends that I couldn’t imagine life without.  

Anna Longbottom '22

I joined Phi because I wanted a lifelong sisterhood that empowered me to be the best version of myself.

Rachel Chilton '21

I joined AEPhi because I wanted to find my family.It was hard for me to make friends when I got to college. AEPhi connected me with people I believe will be my lifelong friends, in other words, my family.


If you are interested in attending our recruitment, or have any questions, please contact our VP of Recruitment, Gabby Foox, at

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