The Epsilon Kappa Chapter was founded on April 27, 1980 at Purdue University by the Eleven Elegant Elite Miracles of Zeta Phi Beta. We are dedicated to upholding our principles of: Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood. We hold true to our motto "Forever White and Royal Blue".
Epsilon Kappa has been serving the Purdue Community through diverse, interactive, and impactful programming such as the Zeta Male Pageant to highlight scholastic acheivement, our annual Coming From Where I'm From event to discuss relevant issues in the African American and minority communities, and more. Please visit our programs and events page to learn more.
Greater Lafayette Community
Epsilon Kappa serves the Greater Lafayette community through volunteering with the Hannah Community Center, Bauer Family Resources Center, Boiler Volunteer Network, St. Mary's, and more.
Domestic Violence Walk
Broken HeelZ was a collaboration between Zeta Phi Beta, the Purdue Student Goverment, MESA, and PESC. The event was a social and fundraising event geared to the Purdue University and Greater Lafayette community used to wareness about domestic, sexual, and gender violence. Teams and indiviual walked around the engineering fountain for the cause as well as collected donations for the YWCA domestic violence shelter in Lafayette.
Epsilon Kappa Chapter