Kappa Epsilon is a national fraternity that empowers its members to achieve personal and professional competence, to develop leaders within the profession and community, and to provide professional and philanthropic services. The members of the Kappa Epsilon fraternity encourage one another to become capable pharmacists and share the bond of a lifelong commitment of loyalty and friendship.
Kappa Epsilon History: Kappa Epsilon was founded on May 13, 1921 by Zada M. Cooper with the purpose of uniting females in the field of pharmacy when women were a minority in the profession. The KE motto “Cogito Ergo Sum,” meaning “I think, therefore I am,” inspires members to grow both personally and professionally while upholding the unsaid standard of excellence existing within the foundations of pharmacy. Today, the fraternity encourages both men and women to join the 20,000+ members/alumni in any one of the 43 collegiate chapters or 10 alumni chapters.
Mu Chapter History: The Mu Chapter was installed at the University of Kansas in Lawrence on May 13, 1942. Mu Chapter is the 6th oldest active chapter of the fraternity.
Monthly chapter meetings on Wednesdays over the noon hour
National fraternity projects: Breast Cancer Awareness; Ovarian Cancer Awareness
New members: $87 per academic year
Returning members: $75 per academic year
Go Red for Women
Annual Easter Egg Hunt with Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence
Relay for Life