Multicultural Greek Council
LAmbda Phi Epsilon
National Founding Date:
MN Charter Date:
February 1st, 1994
October 25, 2020
National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP)
"The University of Minnesota Chapter is the 71st Chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity Incorporated. With 72 total chapters, Lambda Phi Epsilon is the largest, fastest growing, and the only international Asian interest fraternity in the world.
Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded to transcend the limitations faced by traditional Asian-interest organizations on campus. While many of these organizations were often split along lines of national origins, Lambda Phi Epsilon sought an establishment that drew its membership equally from the different segments of the Asian American community. Our vision is that our members would eventually become the leaders of our respective ethnic communities, and thus, bridge the gaps fragmenting the Asian American community through their affiliation with a common organization.
Today, Lambda Phi Epsilon is widely renowned as the preeminent international Asian-interest fraternal organization, providing outstanding leadership, philanthropy, and advocacy in the community.
The University of Minnesota chapter strives to unite men and help foster them into becoming positive role models within their communities. Our Chapter is committed to supporting its community through programming that focuses on cultural, service, wellness, and philanthropic projects."