We are Lambda Phi Epsilon of UCLA.

With over 20,000 brothers across sixty universities, we are the largest Asian-interest fraternity in the world.

A home away from home.

Lambda Phi Epsilon is a fraternity that is unlike any other. We are a brotherhood; a home away from home. We pride ourselves in the strength & authenticity of our bonds. Joining Lambdas is joining an international network of 20,000 brothers. Wherever you travel, there will be Lambdas who will house you and treat you like family.

Lasting college memories.

College is where you’ll make the best memories of your life. That’s why we make the most of our college experience. Whether we’re kicking it with our bros at our Brotherhood Barbecues, mixing with sororities from all over SoCal at our Weekly Themed Mixers, hitting the courts at our House Basketball Tournament,or having the time of our lives at our Annual Vegas Trip, we make every moment count.

Kick it with us at Rush!

We’re looking for a diverse group of men interested in continuing the Lambda legacy. Come kick it with us at rush for a week of festivities where you can have fun, get to know the brothers, and discover what it means to be a Lambda.

For all events, meet in Deneve Plaza in front of Dogwood.

  • Electric Glow


    Kick off the fall quarter at our HIGHLIGHTER BASH! Come meet the brothers and mingle with the sorority sisters of Chi Alpha Delta. Put on a white tee and start the quarter right.



    Find out what it means to be a Lambda and meet our alumni at our INFO NIGHT. Afterwards let's turn up with sororities from all over Southern California at our colossal SOCAL MIXER! This is the event you don’t want to miss!


    FRIDAY, SEP 25

    Join the brothers in our favorite brotherhood tradition LAMBDA GAMES. Compete in Pong & other games & fight for the gold! All skill levels welcomed! Then spend the rest of your Friday night living it up with the ladies of Theta Kappa Phi at THETA SOCIAL NIGHT.



    End off rush week with free food and drinks on us at our TACO COOKOUT! Hang out with the brothers & our Lambda Little Sis and muse about life and its many wonders.


Andrew Tran : 408 960 4884

Frank She : 510 685 5192

Our History

On February 25, 1981, Mr. Craig Ishigo and a group of eighteen dedicated men founded Lambda Phi Epsilon here at UCLA. Dissatisfied with the state of the Asian-Greek system, the founders led the way by inspiring Brotherhood within Lambda Phi Epsilon, which is now the largest Asian-American interest fraternity in the country. Since its founding, Lambda Phi Epsilon has spread like wildfire to schools around the nation.

Our Legacy

The encompassing motto of our fraternity is "To Be Leaders Among Men."We not only seek to bring together a diverse group of men who share interests, concerns, backgrounds and cultures, but those who show the confidence of a leader.Grounded on the principles of wisdom, honor, and courage, our actives continue to teach young men the principles of leadership and strong moral character. It is that unique life-long bond that makes Lambda Phi Epsilon the most respected and sought-after organization of its kind.

A3M Bone Marrow Drive

In 1996, Evan Chen, a brother from Stanford University, was diagnosed with leukemia. All of the chapters of Lambda Phi Epsilon worked together to find a compatible match for a bone marrow transfusion, a procedure that is possibly life-saving. Eventually, through the efforts of the fraternity, family, and friends, a match was found, but Evan unfortunately passed away before the surgery could be performed.
Through these circumstances, Lambda Phi Epsilon now works with the Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M) foundation for our national philanthropy. We continuously strive to help promote awareness for leukemia and other blood-related disorders as well as encouraging those of Asian descent to register for the bone marrow registry. Asians only make up a very small minority of registered possible bone marrow donors. As a result, those patients in need of a transplant simply cannot find one, as finding a match is highly selective in ethnic descent. We believe it is our duty to spread information on this live-saving action and encourage everyone to register. More information can be found at the A3M website.Our chapters holds bone marrow registry drives on campus several times annually and urges the UCLA student body to register and possibly save a life.