Phi Epsilon Chi

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Phi Epsilon Chi
Founded (September 26, 1943; 71 years ago (1943-09-26) for active groups)
(University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez)
Type Social
Scope International
Puerto Rico
United States
Mission statement Combat all forms of religious prejudice, social, economic, political and racial. Create links of friendship and mutual brotherhood, encourage and develop the spiritual, civic and cultural celebration, social and sports activities in and outside of our organization and our respective College Institution teachers.
Vision statement A society free of all forms of prejudice which every human being be judged on their moral, spiritual and actions that directly or indirectly effected.
Motto "Yo soy Phi Epsilon de corazón"
Colors       Blue
Headquarters , Puerto Rico
Homepage Phi Epsilon Official Site

Phi Epsilon Chi Fraternity (ΦEX) (Spanish) Fi Epsilon Cai is commonly known as La Phi Epsilon, is a Puerto Rican fraternity established at originally University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez with the name Fraternidad De Estudiantes Cristianos on September 26, 1943 by 2 woman and 7 students of University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez.[1]


Phi Epsilon Chi was founded on September 26, 1943 by 2 women and 7 students at University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. The founding members are Bishop Dra. Myriam Visot and Celia Pérez Folch. The seven students were: Carlos A. Flores Pagán, Pármenas E. Amaro Figueroa, Julio Hernández Fragoso, Alvaro Morales, José A. Pagán, Erving Flores Rodriguez and Ralph Dick Rovira.[2]


The fraternity is composed of student chapters called Capitulos, Zones (Zonas) and Great Policy (Spanish: Gran Directiva).

Notable members[edit]

Name Notability
Calixto Calero Juarbe Founder member of New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico, Former Senator in the Senate of Puerto Rico[3]
Jorge Suarez Member of the Senate of Puerto Rico[4][5]

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