Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is proud of our various Active and Associate Chapters. Our collegiate chapters seek to provide leadership development, brotherhood, and a place of belonging to young men on college campuses. Currently, Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity has 49 active chapters and 11 associate chapters across North America. This page is designed to allow you to navigate through the complete list of our Chapters, Associate Chapters, and Inactive Chapters.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is proud of our various Chapters throughout North America. Our Chapters seek to provide leadership development, brotherhood, and a place of belonging to young men on college campuses. Chapters provide young men an opportunity to develop personally and professionally alongside their collegiate education. Over the course of Delta Kappa Epsilon’s history, chapters have produced many notable alumni, contributed significantly to their local communities, and ensured members have a place of belonging on their college campus.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is proud to be continuing our growth through Associate Chapters, formerly named colonies. We pride ourselves on our ability to select the right candidates to become a part of our brotherhood. Over the last year or so we’ve been able to add these Associate Chapters into the group of universities that will soon hold a DKE Chapter. Starting an Associate Chapter is not an easy feat nor is it a brief one. We would like to thank the new brothers who are putting so much effort into our great fraternity, helping us grow in ways we never have before.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Chapters have become inactive at many campuses over the long history of the International Fraternity for a plethora of reasons. These groups became inactive at times due to membership decisions, university consolidation, universities dissolving, and health & safety concerns that demanded action from the International Fraternity.
The Chapters of Delta Kappa Epsilon that have become inactive on their campuses are expandable on the map above. If you’re interested in re-establishing one of these chapters, please email our Director of Chapter Services, Craig Dick.