In 1948, Alpha Epsilon Pi opened its first international chapter at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada.
This expansion paved the way for AEPi’s 11 current chapters and colonies across Canada.

Lambda Omega (1985)
at Western University

Eta Pi (1987)
at York University

Tau Omega (1987)
at University of Toronto

Epsilon Chi (2015)
at McGill University

Beta Chi (2003)
at University of British Columbia

Pi Rho (2004)
at Ryerson University

Kappa Omega (2004)
at University of Waterloo/Wilfrid Laurier University

Kappa Phi (2009)
at Queen’s University

Eta Theta (1991)
at University of Guelph

Eta Omicron (2008)
at McMaster University

Alpha Gamma (colony)
at Dalhousie University

Leadership & Opportunities

From professional development to leadership conferences, AEPi’s goal is to support its undergraduate Brothers. Grants and scholarships are available to chapters and individual Brothers for everything from Jewish programming to academics.

Lifelong Connections

AEPi allows Brothers on any career path to meet and exchange ideas all over the world. With active chapters in seven countries across four continents, AEPi’s network of alumni is more than 100,000 strong.

Bring aepi to your campus

We’re constantly looking to bring our unique Jewish experience to more colleges and universities. If you’re interested in opening an AEPi chapter at your school, click below to learn more.