Welcome Alpha Epsilon Pi members to the AEPi Store!
Alpha Epsilon Pi is a fraternity originally founded by Charles C. Moskowitz. With more than 186 active chapters, it’s also something to be proud of. If you or someone you know is a member in AEPi, Greek U is here to help you find all the unique, high-quality Alpha Epsilon Pi merchandise you need to look and feel the part.
Boasting a wide selection of Alpha Epsilon Pi clothing and apparel, including shirts and sweatshirts, we’re here to give you easy access to quality fraternity gear on the web.
Here at Greek U, we’re committed to quality, which is why we’ve worked with hundreds of Alpha Epsilon Pi members around the country. This has allowed us to carry the widest selection of Alpha Epsilon Pi clothing and merchandise on the web. We understand that it can be tough to find the AEPi goods you’re looking for, which is why we stock the newest and most popular items to help you stay up-to-date with current Alpha Epsilon Pi trends. No matter what you need, it’s all here.
Looking for a gift for your new members? Order several of our AEPi sweatshirts, available in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles. Interested in outfitting your brothers for an upcoming charity event or fundraiser? Our Alpha Epsilon Pi shirts are just the thing.
We also carry a large assortment of AEPi merchandise, including drinkware, sunglasses, hats, and traditional Alpha Epsilon Pi Paddles. Dedicated to being your one-stop shop for all the goods and gifts you need, Greek U is here to help you find the perfect item, every time.
The History of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded on the campus of New York University in November of 1913. While the fraternity abides by Jewish principals, it’s a non-denominational organization that accepts men from all backgrounds, faiths, and walks of life, as long as they’re willing to uphold the AEPi ideals of service and brotherhood.
With 186 chapters and more than 102,000 members throughout Canada, the United State, The U.K. Israel, France, Austria, and Australia, Alpha Epsilon Pi is one of the furthest-reaching fraternities in existence. Its headquarters are in Indianapolis, Indiana, and its mascot is The Lion. Dedicated to community works, Alpha Epsilon Pi officially supports a number of philanthropic organizations, including Gift of Life Marrow Registry, Heroes to Heroes Foundation, Israel Children’s Cancer FOundation, and Taglit-Birthright Israel.
Notable alumnae of the Alpha Epsilon Pi brotherhood include James L. Brooks, Paul Simon, Gene Wilder, Mark Zuckerberg, Alan Baker, the former Israeli Ambassador to Canada, Ken Chertow, former Olympic wrestler, Bob Diener, Founder of Hotels.com, Frank Gehry, the architect behind the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and Matt Van Horn, the founder of Lyft.
A historic and storied organization, Alpha Epsilon Pi will continue its good works as long as the organization continues.