Past Chapter Presidents



NumberBeginEndName
45January 2020 Douglas wood
44December 2018January 2020Michael Estrada
43July 2018December 2018Andres Martinez
42January 2018July 2018Chase Westerman
41December 2016January 2018Hunter Halcomb
40January 2016December 2016Garrett Murray
39January 2015January 2016Christopher Cash
38January 2014January 2015Christopher Roberts
37January 2013January 2014Christopher Roberts
36December 2012January 2013Nicholaus H. Tate
35March 2012December 2012Jared N. Campbell
34October 2011March 2012Sonny Lockett
33January 2009October 2011Bryan R. Schiller
32April 2008January 2009William K. Grace
31September 2007April 2008Eric Hansen
30January 2007September 2007Matthew P. Baldwin
29May 2005January 2007Drew Dubocq
28January 2004May 2005Cameron Charles
27July 2003January 2004Will Turner
25April 2002April 2002Shane A. Kubacak
26April 2002July 2003Siavash Hozhabri
24May 2001April 2002Shane A. Kubacak
23June 2000May 2001Mark R. Koeppen
22August 1999June 2000Michael K. Tomes
21September 1998August 1999Troy A. Stevens
20April 1997September 1998William G. Crull
19May 1996April 1997Jeff A. Anderson
18March 1996May 1996Christopher J. Shortino
17October 1994March 1996John M. Chapman
16March 1994October 1994Noah D. Alcala'
15September 1992March 1994Daniel L. Jackson, Jr.
14June 1991 William D. Fay
13January 1990December 1990Brent F. Hillyer
12January 1989December 1989Stephen P. Karns
11January 1988December 1988Gregory E. McQuitty
10January 1987December 1987Danny L. Hansard
9January 1985December 1986Dale Shannon
8January 1983December 1984David B. Battye
7January 1982December 1982Gary D. Nicholson, Jr.
6January 1981December 1981James E. Jackson
5January 1980December 1980Kevin Morton
4January 1978December 1979Timothy J. O'Neill
1  David R. Gragg
2  Gregory L. Jessup, Sr.
3  Gregory L. Jessup, Sr.

The Omicron-Rho Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Texas Tech University was installed as a chapter on November 6, 1976.

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.