Here at Texas A&M, Chabad, Hillel, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu, and Alpha Epsilon Pi are all Jewish student groups recognized through the University. We continuously strive to work together to provide a home for Jewish Aggie Life from Friday night dinners to Kosher Cooking Club and even some good 'ol Texas barbeques.

Rohr Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center

Founded in June 2007 at Texas A&M, the Rohr Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center provides a home away from home for all Jewish students regardless of denomination or affiliation. It caters to the multifaceted needs of all students from social, emotional to educational. Chabad offers hot matzah ball soup deliveries, final care packages, elaborate shabbat dinners and more. It's a homelike haven and a warm welcoming atmosphere 24/7. Directed by Rabbi Yossi and Manya Lazaroff and their family, Chabad is well known as being ' your home away from home'. Please let us know how we can cater to your Jewish Aggie needs.

Texas A&M Hillel

Founded in 1916, Texas A&M Hillel is the oldest and friendliest Hillel in the nation. Throughout the semester, Hillel provides outstanding social (i.e. FroYo Nights), religious (weekly musical Shabbat services), tzedakah (Challah for Hunger), and educational opportunities (Torah Study Breakfast with Rabbi Matt) for Jewish students at Texas A&M under the leadership of the student board, Executive Director Rabbi Matt Rosenberg, and Jewish Student Life Coordinator Danielle Freedman. Hillel provides internships, leadership opportunities, and is the home of Aggie Students Supporting Israel, the campus-wide Israel advocacy organization.

Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded at Barnard College on October 24, 1909 by a group of seven Jewish women and the Texas A&M Colony was recently founded this past March! Being the newest, first, and only Jewish sorority on the Texas A&M Campus, Alpha Epsilon Phi is committed to fostering strong friendship and sisterhood between women at Texas A&M. We have a diverse, close-knit group of sisters that are active in both on-campus and community organizations. We are a historically Jewish organization, though not all members are of the Jewish faith. AEPhi provides a home where sisters can socialize with like-minded women, practice the Jewish value of Tzedakah through our philanthropic endeavors, and maintain the highest academic standards. We strive to create an environment where everyone can feel comfortable and be themselves.

Sigma Alpha Mu - Gamma Kappa

Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at the College of the City of New York on November 26, 1909 and its Gamma Kappa chapter at Texas A&M was chartered in 2004. As the first Jewish fraternity at Texas A&M, Sigma Alpha Mu's mission is to foster the development of collegiate men and our alumni by instilling strong fraternal values, offering social and service opportunities, and teaching leadership skills while continuing to attract members of all beliefs who appreciate our great heritage as a fraternity of Jewish men. Our chapter is particularly proud of its many accomplishments, having been recognized many times for exemplary academics, leadership, and philanthropic endeavors.

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is the world’s leading Jewish college fraternity, operating chapters on more than 180 college campuses in seven countries. Founded in 1913, AEPi has more than 90,000 living alumni. While non-discriminatory, the fraternity’s mission – developing the future leaders of the Jewish communities – is demonstrated every day through acts of Brotherhood, Tzedakkah (charity), social awareness and support for Jewish communities and Israel. Therefore, our basic purpose is to provide the opportunity for a Jewish man to be able to join a Jewish organization whose purpose is not specifically religious, but rather social and cultural in nature. Alpha Epsilon Pi is a Jewish fraternity, though non-discriminatory and open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values.