DKE is Returning to UT-Austin in Fall 2013!

Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity is returning to the University of Texas at Austin in Fall 2013!

Follow the link to request more information, express your interest in the DKE start-up, or make a nomination for membership.  Candidates seeking membership are encouraged to nominate themselves. http://bit.ly/11zNR2W

The Omega Chi chapter of DKE was founded in 1912 and boasts more than 100 years of tradition that includes recognition as the top DKE chapter and historic alumni including University of Texas President John Calhoun and American heroes, Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry and the 4th astronaut to walk the moon, Alan Bean.


Omega Chi alumni are seeking top student leaders to re-start the undergraduate chapter and continue the chapter's tradition of excellence.

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Latest News

Omega Chi Mentioned in Deke Quarterly

Posted by Ryan Rafols on Wednesday September 25th, 2013

Check out the latest issue of "The Deke Quarterly" to read the article about Omega Chi's re-founding! "DKE is pro-actively restarting Omega Chi at UT-Austin as the flagship of a new expansion prog... Read More

Colony Approved!

Posted by Ryan Rafols on Wednesday September 25th, 2013

On Friday, September 13, 2013, the Board of Directors of Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity voted in affirmation to recognize the student group at the University of Texas at Austin as a DKE Colony!

Welcome to our new Website!

Posted by Tom Hudson on Saturday May 7th, 2011

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What makes DKE stand-out?

A unique blend of leadership, brotherhood, and tradition.

"It is no coincidence that five presidents of the United States have been Dekes - more than any other fraternity - that our flag was flown on first expedition to the North Pole and again on a manned landing on the moon.  The individual qualities that DKE seeks have certainly withstood the test of time and served us all in good stead.  It is that unique blend of leadership, brotherhood and tradition that fuels this fraternity. "

Brother and President of the United States, Gerald R. Ford

Omicron - University of Michigan  '35

DKE has fostered more great men and more great men per capita than any other men's social fraternity, including Presidents George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Gerald R. Ford, Theodore Roosevelt Jr., and Rutherford B. Hayes.

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