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Vision for Member Education

Deke University

Holistic Member Development

180 years since the inception of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Yale University, our Fraternity has continued to review, revise, and reinvigorate the education of our members. Though the manner of manifestation has changed through the decades, what has not changed is DKE’s commitment to providing exceptional development opportunities for everyone who calls himself a Deke.

As we continue in our traditions that have set us apart for nearly two centuries, we also recognize the need to stay current with our peers and with the emerging needs of the students entering their collegiate experiences. Our various pages under Educational Experiences exhibit how we’re building out a robust program to meet these needs and provide value to our members.

Whether through adopting training and development industry standard technology, diversifying the contributors to our learning opportunities, or developing stronger feedback loops, our team aims to be intentional in its work and ensure robust and responsive education. Flip through the pages and buttons to learn more about Deke University.

Online Learning

Explore our options for online learning, including accessing our online course system, mental health services, and open-access courses.

Associate Membership

Find everything you need from membership eligibility, big brother programs, and sample associate member learning plans.

Member Resources

DKE regularly updates available member and officer resources, including financial management, social media, and expansion resources.

Upcoming Event

DKE's 180th Anniversary Convention is coming up in August. View the event page to learn more and plan your attendance.

We are delta kappa epsilon

Delta Kappa Epsilon is one of the oldest and most prominent fraternities in North America. Founded in 1844 at Yale University, “Deke” is known for producing outstanding gentleman, leaders, and jolly good fellows.
By following this vision, organizations can create a member education program that is accessible, relevant, personalized, engaging, continuous, and outcome-driven, helping members to achieve their full potential.