Rush TKE

Tau Kappa Epsilon at Buffalo Sate College welcomes diversity, scholarship and philanthropy. Our brothers live by the principles of Love, Charity and Esteem. We are dedicated to bettering ourselves as well as every new initiate, we challenge you to be part of the worlds largest international social fraternity.

Six Reasons to Join the TKE Nation

Scholarship
Tau Kappa Epsilon expects serious attention to academic performance. A strong academic record not only prepares members for success after graduation, but it also helps them strengthen their mind to the world. TKE will help its members excel in their academic life and assist in their pursuits afterward.

Character
TKE teaches the basic principles of effective living such as integrity, honesty and patience, which are core values in Tau Kappa Epsilon. Generations of men have become successful in life through their experiences in Tau Kappa Epsilon.

Leadership
TKE offers men the opportunity to develop as leaders and prepares them to use those leadership skills during their lifetime. Tekes are encouraged to take an active leadership role in community, campus, and chapter activities.

Teamwork
Tau Kappa Epsilon believes that the backbone of a successful team is based on building relationships, and developing strong interpersonal ties. TKE helps our members reach their full potential, and achieve a level of excellence in every activity in which they engage.

Service
TKE is committed to instilling a sense of responsibility and contribution in all of our members. The Fraternity encourages members to provide service to their campus and community through philanthropic activities.

Brotherhood
In Tau Kappa Epsilon hundreds of thousands of men have established solid friendships that last a lifetime. Tekes around the world act as a network of friends, which can be very beneficial both personally and professionally to our members.

TKE Rush Links
Join TKE Guide

TKE Parent’s Guide

Guide to Joining a Fraternity

2011 TKE Rush Chair:
Please feel free to contact our Rush Chair with any questions you might have.
Nick Bui at Buinh01@mail.buffalostate.edu

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