Past Chapter Presidents

46May 2024 Cameron C. O’Callaghan
45May 2023May 2024Myles J. Long
44May 2022May 2023Will Ciniski
43April 2021May 2022Zach S. Trabaudo
42March 2021April 2021Cade A. Long
41June 2020March 2021Riley Hann
39May 2020May 2020Riley Hann
40May 2020June 2020Rafael De Osma
38May 2019May 2020Rafael De Osma
37May 2018May 2019Benjamin B. Koch
36May 2017May 2018Nicholas N. Khazzam
35April 2016May 2017Stephen D. Renard
34April 2015April 2016Ian Seddon
33April 2014April 2015Joseph Vinck
32September 2013April 2014Ali Hakim
31April 2013September 2013John Frelinghuysen
30November 2012April 2013Alex Grimm
29January 2012November 2012Matthew Berman
28December 2010January 2012Greg L. Pierson
27January 2010December 2010Zach C. Lee
26November 2008January 2010Michael Cohen
25January 2008November 2008Jeffrey C. Pansiera
24December 2006January 2008Mark A. Teroerde III
23December 2005December 2006William E. Barnes IV
22March 2005December 2005Thomas J. Quatroni
21February 2004March 2005Brady M. A. Freeman
20January 2003February 2004Richard A. Fillmore
19December 2001January 2003Benjamin J. Cirrincione
18April 2001December 2001James A. Singler ESQ
17January 2000April 2001Craig D. Cacciola-Morales
16March 1999January 2000Rick Y. Chen
15April 1998March 1999Dean W. McClearn
14April 1997April 1998John T. Dick III
13July 1996April 1997Todd J. Bendersen
12February 1995December 1995John D. Tucker
11December 1993December 1994Paul N. Mascia
10May 1992December 1993Nicholas P. Panagakis
9January 1983December 1983Jeffrey M. Smith
7January 1977December 1979Robert S. Coman
8January 1977December 1979Robert S. Coman
6January 1970December 1971Bob W. Maynard Jr.
4January 1965December 1965James S. Bomhard, M.D.
5January 1965December 1965James S. Bomhard, M.D.
3January 1964December 1965Arthur B. Western, Jr.
1  John D. Baker
2  Lance E. Ouellette

The Zeta-Phi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Rollins College was installed as a chapter on May 16, 1959.

Since 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon has never had an exclusionary clause for membership. TKE does not judge men on their wealth, rank or honor, but instead on their personal worth and character.

Our mission is to "to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life." In essence, we build Better Men for a Better World.