HISTORY

   This organization was first established on the grounds of the State University of New York at Binghamton, in the spring semester of the year 1996. Delta Epsilon Mu was initiated with a goal of uniting students interested in entering various pre-health professions including medicine, psychology, dentistry, nursing, physical therapy, nutrition, etc.

The founding fathers united their interests in building  co-ed pre-health fraternity which would serve the Binghamton University students by exposing them to professionals from various health fields. Delta Epsilon Mu was formed for the benefit of its members and all students within the campus.

A large part of the  fraternity’s interests were focused on serving the community by uniting people of different age groups to help each other and learn from one another.

Founders of Zeta Chapter

In, Fall 2005, Delta Epsilon Mu was once again spread across the nation to the east coast. April Leary, a student at the University of Central Florida, contacted Beta Chapter for information pertaining to the possible expansion of Delta Epsilon Mu to UCF.

April spent her first two years of school searching for the perfect sense of brotherhood she needed to fulfill her time spent at UCF. Just as the Beta Chapter was created, April informed her peers of the fraternity and on May 13th 2006, Carley Burt, Keren Castellucci, Haily Le, April Leary, Bethanne Nichols, Matthew Rossen, and Hillary Sivik were inducted as the founding class of Zeta Chapter.