© 2018 by Delta Epsilon Mu - Lambda Chaper at Texas A&M University​

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Howdy and welcome to the website of Delta Epsilon Mu - Lambda Chapter, the only professional, pre-health, co-ed fraternity at Texas A&M University! We exist to provide a service-oriented, educational, and social setting for all students either pursuing or interested in the health fields. Whether you are pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-vet, pre-nursing, biomedical engineering, or any other health-related field, ΔEM is the place for you. Please take a look around our site and click on the recruitment tab to learn more about how you can become a member.

HISTORY

ABOUT US

Delta Epsilon Mu was founded on the grounds of Binghamton University in New York during the spring semester of 1996. Delta Epsilon Mu was initiated with the goal of uniting students interested in entering various health professions. The founding fathers united their interests in building a professional co-educational, pre-health fraternity that would serve Binghamton University students by exposing them to professionals from various health fields. They wanted to inform students about current health issues with the intent of helping students choose a field of interest following graduation and beyond. A large part of the fraternity’s interests were focused on serving the community by uniting people of different age groups, ethnicities, religions and ideologies under the common interest of health.

Seventeen Aggies of the founding class crossed over on April 15, 2012, creating the Lambda Chapter of Delta Epsilon Mu. The Lambda Chapter became the 9th chapter in the fraternity and the first in the state of Texas.  Those actives crossed an Alpha Class fourteen members strong on November 10, 2012.  The chapter currently boasts 60 actives and 36 alumnus.

Where We Are Today 

 

Delta Epsilon Mu now comprises 24 chapters across the country and is growing every year.  The current chapters include:



 

Alpha Chapter: Binghamton University | Binghamton, NY

Beta Chapter: University of California, Davis | Davis, CA

Gamma Chapter: University of Maryland, College Park | College Park, MD

Zeta Chapter: University of Central Florida | Orlando, FL

Eta Chapter: Virginia Commonwealth University | Richmond, VA

Theta Chapter: University of California, Merced | Merced, CA

Iota Chapter: George Washington University | Washington DC

Kappa Chapter: University of Kansas | Lawrence, KS

Lambda Chapter: Texas A&M University | College Station, TX

Nu Chapter: California State University, Sacramento | Sacramento, CA

Xi Chapter: University of Missouri | Columbia, MO

Omicron Chapter: inactive

Pi Chapter: Kansas State University | Manhattan, KS

Rho Chapter: University of California, Irvine | Irvine, CA

Sigma Chapter: University of Texas at Austin | Austin, TX

Tau Chapter: University of the Pacific | Stockton, CA

Upsilon Chapter: Marist College | Poughkeepsie, NY

Phi Chapter: Miami University | Oxford, OH

Chi Chapter: University of California, Los Angeles | Los Angeles, CA

Psi Chapter: University of Illinois at Chicago | Chicago, IL 

Alpha Alpha Chapter: Wayne State University | Detroit, MI

Alpha Beta Chapter: University of Richmond | Richmond, VA

Alpha Gamma Chapter: Virginia Tech | Blacksburg, VA

Alpha Zeta Chapter: University of Rhode Island | Kingston, RI

Alpha Eta Chapter: Florida International University | Miami, FL

Alpha Theta Chapter: University of California, Riverside | Riverside, CA

Alpha Iota Chapter: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor | Ann Arbor, MI

Alpha Kappa Chapter: University of Washington​

 

National Website: http://www.deltaepsilonmu.org

PURPOSE STATEMENT

The members of Delta Epsilon Mu are committed to serving the community by advocating health education and care, and through active participation in service activities, fundraising, and outreach programs. Members are given the opportunity to directly participate in health-oriented workshops and discussions, thereby attaining access to pertinent academic and career information through association with professors, advisers, career professionals, alumni members and fellow active members.

OUR PHILANTHROPY

Our philanthropy for the 2017-2018 school year is Camp for All. Camp for All is a barrier-free camp based out of Burton, Texas, which serves as a recreational site for children with special needs and disabilities. Through partnerships with various organizations, Camp for All has been used by children with challenges ranging from cerebral palsy to severe burns to 22q deletion syndrome. The camp allows children to come and experience life in a light-hearted, fun environment where the challenges they face on a daily basis are able to be forgotten, and where the question is no longer what they can’t do but what they can do. 

Check out the Philanthropy tab in the drop-down menu to learn more!

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