October 22, 2018

Executive Director Search

The Grand Council is happy to announce that we are hiring an Executive Director to run Tau Epsilon Phi’s day-to-day operations.

If you know anyone interested, please refer them to the following link: Executive Director Search.

New Grand Council Elected

Tau Epsilon Phi would like to announce the election of a new Grand Council following the fraternity’s recent Grand Chapter and Convention in Chicago, IL. The new board will serve until the next biennial Grand Chapter meeting in 2020. For details on the newly elected team, please go to: http://www.tep.org/grand-council.

We wish the new team all the best and want to thank the immediate prior Grand Council for their dedicated service these past two years!

NIC and Member Fraternities Ban Hard Alcohol

Please proceed to the following link for a press release from the North American Interfraternity Conference. Its 66 member fraternities have recently passed a new policy banning hard alcohol from chapter houses and events.

NIC Alcohol Policy Update

 

Summer 2018 Plume

On behalf of the entire Grand Council, I’m happy to share with you the latest version of the TEP Plume. Thank you to Dave Cass our Senior Editor for all his hard work and dedication to making this happen. I hope you enjoy.

Grand Chapter 2018

We’re excited to report that registration is now open for Grand Chapter 2018. Please head over to: Grand Chapter 2018 to get details and to RSVP.

We hope to see you there!

Two New Chapters

On behalf of our Consul and the entire Grand Council, I’m pleased to report that Tau Epsilon Phi has two new chartered chapters. On Saturday, July 14, the Grand Council voted to approve the chartering requests for the Tau Beta chapter at the University of Maryland and for the Alpha Phi chapter at Rutgers University – New Brunswick. We would like to congratulate both groups for achieving this major milestone. We look forward to your continued success!

Alumni Survey

To all our alumni members, we’d appreciate it if you took a moment to complete the following survey so we can better understand how TEΦ National can best serve you.

Alumni Survey

Winter 2018 Plume

On behalf of the entire Grand Council, I’m happy to share with you the latest version of the TEP Plume. Thank you to Dave Cass and everyone who helped with edition. I hope you enjoy.

Memberplanet

I am excited to report that Tau Epsilon Phi has partnered with Memberplanet to handle all our communication and database needs. We started this process with our undergraduate chapters this past fall and are now looking to increase communication with our alumni members as well. Unfortunately we are missing a lot of contact information for many of our members, especially email addresses. For those of you who have shared your information with us over the past few years, you should receive an invitation to update your contact information. We strongly encourage you do so. We are hoping to send our latest version of the Plume via this system in the near future. That is currently being finalized. It is our hope an goal to be able to be able to find our lost members and also make this available to our chapters and alumni clubs. Should you have any questions, please reach out to our Consul, Tim Smith at consul@tep.org. We plan to share more about this system in the coming weeks and months as we work to rebuild the contact details for all our members.

ΤΕΦ Store Now Available

We’re happy to announce that the TEP Store is up and ready for business. We are still within our development phase, so expect some additional updates within the coming weeks. We invite brothers to use the TEP Store as the official place to purchase apparel, with 100% of proceeds used for support programs and development for our undergraduate members. If you have questions or suggestions for additional merchandise, please contact Dave Cass at dave@tep.org.

Additionally, for the month of February 2018, you can get 10% off your total purchase with the promo code EARLYBRD. So hurry over today!

ΤΕΦ Store

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