Lambda Phi Epsilon
University of Houston

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Fraternity History

On February 25th, 1981 the founding of Lambda Phi Epsilon left an everlasting impact on the Greek community.

At the University of California Los Angeles, Mr. Craig Ishigo along with eighteen other young, dedicated leaders created a fraternity that would promote academics, brotherhood, philanthropy, and socialization. Mr. Ishigo wanted to create an organization that would help Asian Americans find a sense of belonging while simultaneously helping his fellow brothers fulfill their utmost potential. Lambda Phi Epsilon eventually became the largest–and only–international Asian-interest fraternity in the United States, with over fifty chapters nationwide and a brotherhood network of over 10,000 brothers strong.

Chapter History

On May 14th, 1993, the founding of Lambda Phi Epsilon at the University of Houston was one of its first in its class.

At the University of California Los Angeles, Mr. Craig Ishigo along with eighteen other young, dedicated leaders created a fraternity that would promote academics, brotherhood, philanthropy, and socialization. Mr. Ishigo wanted to create an organization that would help Asian Americans find a sense of belonging while simultaneously helping his fellow brothers fulfill their utmost potential. Lambda Phi Epsilon eventually became the largest–and only–international Asian-interest fraternity in the United States, with over fifty chapters nationwide and a brotherhood network of over 10,000 brothers strong.

Our Philanthropy

Lambda Phi Epsilon works with the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) to save the lives of patients.

At the University of California Los Angeles, Mr. Craig Ishigo along with eighteen other young, dedicated leaders created a fraternity that would promote academics, brotherhood, philanthropy, and socialization. Mr. Ishigo wanted to create an organization that would help Asian Americans find a sense of belonging while simultaneously helping his fellow brothers fulfill their utmost potential. Lambda Phi Epsilon eventually became the largest–and only–international Asian-interest fraternity in the United States, with over fifty chapters nationwide and a brotherhood network of over 10,000 brothers strong.

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Contact Details

If you have any questions please don't be hesitant to contact any of our following rush chairs!

  • Alan Doan: +880-31-000-000
  • Tommy Nguyen: +880-31-000-000
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