Past Chapter Presidents



NumberBeginEndName
44January 2022 Gabe A. Pederson
42April 2021January 2022Andrew J. Haugland
43April 2021January 2021Andrew J. Haugland
40January 2021April 2021Aiden T. Ulmer
41January 2021April 2021Aiden T. Ulmer
39January 2020January 2021Bryce E. Wesely
38January 2019January 2020Phillip J. Haan
37January 2018January 2019Nick Feenstra
36January 2017January 2018Michael A. Sasso
35January 2015January 2017Dan P. Johnson
34January 2014January 2015Ryan K. Kienitz
33December 2012January 2014Kyle Arnoldussen
32December 2011December 2012Alex Brezina
31January 2011December 2011Lee L. Gullickson
30December 2009January 2011Bret T. Zimmerman
29January 2009December 2009Kyle W. Fetzek
28January 2008January 2009Kristopher Jacobs
27January 2007January 2008Joshua Vennes
26January 2006January 2007Alexander L. Fields
25March 2005January 2006Dr. Zack W. Bateson
24December 2003March 2005Daniel L. Schriock
23December 2002December 2003Brian Potter
22March 2002December 2002Thomas S. Jarvis
21February 2001March 2002Michael D. Johnson
20January 2000February 2001Bryce J. Gytri
19February 1999January 2000Jared J. Dreier
18April 1998February 1999Brandon Neeb
17January 1997April 1998Josh S. Pauly
16February 1996January 1997Aaron C. Dunn
15January 1995February 1996James T. Lukan
14January 1994January 1995Eric G. Fife
13January 1993January 1994Loren J. Tschosik
12April 1992March 1993Brian E. Jones
11January 1990December 1990Neil Gallagher
10January 1986December 1986Mark A. Melby
9January 1964December 1964Mr. Larry J. Schlupp
7January 1962December 1962Harold W. Korb
8January 1962December 1962Robert R. Botton
5January 1957December 1978Edward L. Hamernik
6January 1957December 1957Earl B. Peterson
4January 1956December 1956Otis C. Larson
3January 1955April 1956Donald F. Howitz
1  Justin M. Noah
2  Robert K. Sorensen

The Delta-Psi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at North Dakota State University was installed as a chapter on May 14, 1955.

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.