Mu Epsilon Kappa National Society Accepting Applications for College Anime Clubs

DENTON, TX - July 26, 2010 – Mu Epsilon Kappa, the largest college anime society in North America, is currently accepting applications from clubs in America and Canada.

Commonly known as MEK, it currently boasts fourteen Chapters across the country.

“MEK is a way for individual groups to connect and exchange ideas that benefit themselves as well as their communities,” said Britt Myer, Public Relations Officer for Mu Epsilon Kappa; “As an alliance, MEK doesn't take over clubs. Each club keeps their own individuality; but they also become a part of the larger idea that MEK represents.”


Mu Epsilon Kappa strives to create a safe and accepting environment of inter- and intra-cultural communication in which people are welcome to express themselves and explore their interests without fear of ridicule or persecution.


Alpha - Founding Chapter - University of North Texas
Alpha Mu - Founding Chapter - Mississippi State University
Alpha Kappa - Charter Chapter - University of Texas at San Antonio
Delta Nu - Charter Chapter - Virginia Tech
Omega Pi - Charter Chapter - LeTourneau University
Pi Rho - Charter Chapter - Angelo State University
Chi Rho - Charter Chapter - University of New Mexico
Pi Tau - Charter Chapter - University of Pittsburgh
Omicron Xi - Charter Chapter - St. Mary's University
Omega Psi - Charter Chapter - University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Alpha Tau - McMurry University
Mu Upsilon - Kettering University
Psi Phi - Midwestern State University
Alpha Nu - University of Houston


Mu Epsilon Kappa started in the 1980's as a single club at the University of North Texas called Northstar. It became Mu Epsilon Kappa in 1995 as students from Texas Tech transferred and took over. In 2003, a new generation of officers instituted a series of reforms that ultimately resulted in an expanded the membership. In 2007, hoping to share the lessons they had learned during their period of growth, they became the Alpha Chapter of the Mu Epsilon Kappa National Society. They were joined by Alpha Mu, the anime club at Mississippi State University, with the goal of creating a national network designed to provide support and opportunities for personal enrichment for people like themselves. Since then, twelve more universities have joined, creating an organization that spans the country from New Mexico to Pennsylvania.
Mu Epsilon Kappa Society

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