What does rushing a fraternity
The Rush season is a chance to get to know a fraternity and the brothers. During this time we will have several rush events where potential new members may come out, have a good time, and mingle with brothers and other future members.
When does rush start?
Do I have to sign up?
Rush starts in the first few weeks of the fall and spring semesters and lasts for just over two weeks. To Rush a fraternity at Rutgers, all potential new members must sign up @ https://enroll.icsrecruiter.com/ifc/RUTGRS#/enroll/enrollment-disclaimer
Is rush free? Is there a registration fee?
Yes, Rush is entirely 100% free—no fees or costs to you whatsoever. All the food and fun times are entirely on us.
If Rush goes well and everyone agrees there is a good fit, then you may be inducted as a new member.
Why should I join AEPi in the first place?
AEPi is committed to excellence in the modern college setting. We compete at the highest levels in social, academic, and athletic arenas to name a few. Joining AEPi means being part of a close group of friends down for whatever, whenever, while also maintaining the highest social fraternal GPA on campus.
What events is AEPi having?
A schedule of events is posted at the top of this page. If you have any questions feel free to reach out via the contact form on the bottom of the home page.
If I miss a rush event, can I still try to join AEPi?
Yes. We understand that everyone has enough to do as it is, so just come to whatever events fit your schedule. We encourage you to attend as many events as you can, as the more events you come to, the more brothers you’ll meet, and the better idea you’ll have if AEPi is right for you.
In order to join a fraternity at Rutgers, a student must first have completed at least 12 credits at Rutgers University (Including E credits, but excluding AP credits). They also must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.50 and be currently enrolled as a full-time student at Rutgers University-New Brunswick campus.
All transfers are also eligible. If you do not fit in this category, you are still welcomed to come out and meet us, and possibly join in the future once you become eligible.
Brothers are expected to attend weekly chapter meetings, as well as perform at least 5 hours of community service each semester. They are also expected to represent both the brotherhood and the school in a professional manner.