"When I began applying for Epsilon Eta, I didn't know what to expect. I was anxious that the rush process would be something that I was not prepared for professionally. But I quickly realized I had nothing to fear. 

Recruitment events were focused on having productive conversations about my passions and ambitions, rather than just shaking hands and making sure the E-Board members knew my name. I felt free to be myself and - with each passing round - became more and more confident that Epsilon Eta was the place for me. 

The entire Recruitment experience felt genuine, and - now, as a member, I know - that's because of the brothers. Over this past semester I've met incredible people I otherwise would not have met if it weren't for EH. We've grown together professionally and personally, and I wouldn't trade that experience for anything. Applying for Epsilon Eta was one of the best decisions I have made at Cornell, and I hope you find it is, too. 

I would like to extend the opportunity to become part of our chapter to all who are passionate about sustainability. Epsilon Eta offers professional skill development, networking opportunities, community service and team building, as well as a social sphere that emphasizes sustainability. Our members come from over five colleges and study in over a dozen different majors. But, as diverse as we are, we know there is so much more to learn. Join us for an information session and come share what sustainability means to you. 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me. I look forward to meeting you!"

Abbey Yatsko


Epsilon Eta is an equal opportunity organization where an applicant's qualifications are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other basis prohibited by law.

General Body Potential New Members (PNMs):

  1. Shall be enrolled as a full-time student at Cornell University.

  2. Shall have and maintain a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA and be in good academic standing with the University.*

  3. Shall have completed at least 1 semester of a four-year curriculum or its equivalent and have at least three semesters remaining.

*Acceptance will be determined by a person’s academics, demonstration of dedication to sustainability, leadership in their field, consequential application strength, and observed potential in the Epsilon Eta community via Recruitment events. Applications will be viewed on a case-by-case basis.

If you are hesitant to apply because of the above specifications, we encourage you to attend one of our Information Sessions (see schedule below) and speak with our Recruitment Chair or other Executive Board member(s).


  1. Regular members are required to participate in two fraternity events per semester, complete eight hours of community service, and participate in Brotherhood events.

  2. Regular members are expected to attend every chapter meeting (typically Sundays).

  3. Regular members are required to pay dues every semester.



  • Join us from 3pm - 5:30pm in RPCC.

September 9: General Body Application Goes Live AT 8PM

  • Application can be found here when live.

September 15: Epsilon Eta at Welcome weekend Clubfest

  • Join us from 1pm - 3pm in Barton Hall.

September 16: Information Session #1*

  • 7:30PM - 8:30PM, Rockefeller Hall 102 (RCK 102)

September 17: Information Session #2*

  • 6PM - 7PM, Rockefeller Hall 102 (RCK 102)

September 18: Coffee Chats

  • 30 minute coffee chats will take place at various locations and times throughout the day. Link to sign up will be sent to all individuals who attend an information session, or contact us otherwise.

    • Chats are optional but highly encouraged. These are informal chats structured to allow you to get to know our members, and for them to get to know you. This also serves as an opportunity for you to ask clarifying questions.

September 19: General Body Applications Due*

  • Applications are due at 11:59pm. There will be few exceptions; plan accordingly.

September 21: Social Round*º

  • 1:30PM - 2:30PM. Location will be emailed to all invited applicants.

  • Business casual attire required.

September 22: Professional Round*º

  • 1:30PM - 2:30PM. Location will be emailed to all invited applicants.

  • Business professional attire required.

September 23 - 25: Interviews*º

  • Interviews will be 30 minutes.

* Denotes required event. Note: Applicants must attend only one Information Session.

º At Epsilon Eta we understand that one’s ability to adhere to certain dress requirements is not necessarily a reflection of their commitment to professionalism and/or sustainability. Therefore, we will not and do not discredit any individual who is unable to adhere to denoted dress codes. We ask, however, that you let us know about any difficulties or extenuating circumstances (attire or otherwise) to the extent you are comfortable doing so, prior to Recruitment events. All communication is kept confidential.


If you have a legitimate academic or personal conflict with one of the above events, please let us know. Email us at epsilonetacornell@gmail.com at your earliest convenience.