The Bradley University Chapter of Chi Epsilon was chartered in 1969 as the 69th chapter nationally. To become a member of Chi Epsilon a civil engineering student must be a junior or senior in civil engineering in the top third of their class. In addition, there is a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for juniors and 2.75 on a 4.0 scale for seniors. Graduate students are also eligible for membership if they meet minimum residency and grade point average requirements. There are two initiations each year near the end of the fall and spring semesters. All members of Chi Epsilon have the opportunity to become officers and develop their leadership skills. In addition, Chi Epsilon members support the Department of Civil Engineering and Construction. For example, members serve as "Pals" in the Bridge Pal program which is an out-reach program to encourage high school students to become engineers.
The members also support the activities of the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. They also serve as tutors through college and university wide tutoring programs. The Bradley University Chapter of Chi Epsilon is therefore an organization which recognizes and encourages scholarship and tries to help its members and others develop their leadership skills, their awareness and ability to develop respect for others and their ability to interact with people.
Chi Epsilon Officers
Patricia White - President
James Sapp - Vice-President
Chris Ott - Marshall