Welcome to the Website of The Epsilon Pi Alumni Association of Grove City College.


The Epsilon Pi Fraternity was established in 1919 on the campus of Grove City College.  As we approach our 100th year anniversary, the active fraternity remains a strong and vibrant campus organization within the Grove City College community.  The mission of the Epsilon Pi Alumni Association (EPAA) is to sustain a dynamic brotherhood and committed to its enduring motto, “Brothers Working For The Good Of All.”  The EPAA seeks to preserve the great traditions of the fraternity, support the active fraternity on campus, and maintain a strong bond with all members of the EP Nation.


2014 EP Golf Outing In Review


Forty-eight EPs attended our annual golf outing and dinner at the Grove City Country Club the last Saturday in July. The format was a straight scramble and the winning team of John Miller, Steve Hamel, Mike McKee, and Steven Hart won the day with a low score of 63. Each member of the foursome received a gift certificate worth fifty dollars. Finishing second was the team of Mike Nelson, Erich Zech, Paul Lamison, and Drew McCandless with a score of 66. Each member of this team received a twenty-five dollar gift certificate.

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Octagon Revived After 14 Year Absence

One of the great traditions of Epsilon Pi has been revived by the Class of 2014.  Dane Mossgrove and his team, Paul St. Jean, Jason Skyrm, Pat Donoughe, Chris Gibbs,  and PJ Wycech,  have combined one of the highest performing EP years with the advances of modern technology to deliver what is truly an outstanding document recording the achievements year 2014 for posterity.  Let this be the model going forward and, speaking on behalf of the EPAA Board of Directors and EPs everywhere, we salute all of the actives of 2014 for truly an outstanding year and and an outstanding publication.  Well done!!

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New EP Advisor Dan Carson


Dan Carson

After a long search to find the successor of Dr. Carlson, we are extremely proud to introduce Dan Carson as the new EP advisor. Dan is from Arlington, Virginia and recently graduated in 2012 from Marymount University where he was an outstanding four-year member of the lacrosse team. In addition, he swam for two years, earned a bachelor’s degree in history, and was selected by his graduating class to speak on their behalf at commencement. He was also extremely involved in campus ministry and other faith groups, with missions work and athlete out-reach being two in particular. Out of school, he was hired as an assistant lacrosse coach for Ohio Valley University in West Virginia. Last year, he was brought in as the head coach for the dominant Grove City Lacrosse program. On campus, he doubles as a member of the Campus Ministry staff, which leads the Coalition for Christian Outreach, and heads the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter on campus. In his short time with us, he has supported us by attending every campus function we’ve had and has done everything possible to help us out. We are very lucky that he has taken the challenge to advise this many degenerates. It is hard to replace Dr. Carlson, but just like him, Dan is a great man, and will do his best to see us excel as a fraternity. We are looking forward to having him represent us for years to come.


EPAA Scholarship Endowment Surpasses 311K

Your Fraternity continues to build men of leadership and faith, who serve the communities in which they live. The recently ended school year (2013-“14) provided many examples that “Brothers Working for the Good of All” is alive and well in Epsilon Pi and at Grove City College:

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