About Kappa Epsilon
Kappa Epsilon is a co-ed professional pharmacy fraternity devoted to scholarship, service, and community. Our main philanthropies are ovarian and breast cancer.
For the first semester upon initiation, it is $185. After that it is $175 yearly.
KE Frequently Asked questions
- How can I join KE?
Participation in the recruitment process in the fall and payment of dues.
- What are my responsibilities as a member?
Attend chapter every other week as well as required events throughout the year.
- How much of a time commitment is KE?
The time commitment depends on organization involvement. If you are on the executive board, you are required to attend exec meetings on alternating weeks with chapter meetings.
- What happens at KE meetings?
Make announcements about upcoming events, share good news for the week
- What would I benefit from being a part of KE?
Kappa Epsilon is a smaller and close-knit fraternity with many leadership opportunities. KE is a positive and uplifting environement.
List of Events/Projects
- Recruitment Events
- Flock the Yard for ovarian cancer
- October Breast Cancer Awareness Event Series
- Red Dress Cocktail for the American Heart Association
- Caring Community Foundation Run/Walk
- Pediatric Playroom volunteering
- SECU house volunteering
- Cancer Care Bags
Caring Community 4K Run/Walk: Every year in the Spring, Kappa Epsilon organized a 4K run/walk benefiting the Caring Community Foundation. The Caring Community Foundation is a local charitable organization that financially supports cancer patients and their families in the Triangle area by providing assistance with rent, utilities, treatment or other expenses that become difficult to manage during cancer treatment. This is an event that we host annually and all of the profits are donated to this organization. Our goal is to raise money to aid their effort in providing financial support to local patients during a difficult time.
Red Dress Cocktail: Every year in February, Kappa Epsilon collaborates with CAPS to organize the Red Dress cocktail. All profits from the event benefits the American Heart Association.
Pamela Vega, Class of 2022
Vice President/ Historian
Sisi Tran, Class of 2022
Jenni Yang, Class of 2022
Snow Yang, Class of 2022
Stephanie Yang, Class of 2021
Dr. Heidi Anksorus
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