Section Resources

Donor Recognition

Chi Epsilon has made a change in organizational policy concerning the allocation of resources associated with annual donations made by our members. Effective September 1, 2018, all annual solicitation donations made to Chi Epsilon will be directed into the General Fund. The goal for this program will be to strengthen our long-term savings portfolio, develop an annual income to support the general fund, and provide funding for routine operating expenses, travel, and unrestricted funding for scholarships and fellowships. (Please note: currently restricted funds (pre 9/1/2018) for scholarship and fellowship awards will continue to be utilized as directed by our members.)

All members are encouraged to participate in the annual donation program. Your gift, regardless of size, makes a difference in the lives of existing and future members. On-line donations are being accepted at this time. Select the drop-down option, GIVE NOW, on the ‘Shop/Give’ tab to make your tax-deductible donation. Scroll down to see how our students and members are making a difference for others.

Please remember, Chi Epsilon also accepts memorial and legacy gifts. Members providing significant donations will be offered the naming rights for a scholarship or fellowship. Contact the Executive Director at for more information.

The following individuals and corporations have generously supported the vision of Chi Epsilon: "Chi Epsilon seeks to foster excellence, connectivity and engagement among those in the civil engineering community to improve our world." Click here for more details

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  1. Chi Epsilon / ASCE Habitat for Humanity service project
  2. Chi Epsilon Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen service project
  3. Fall Chi Epsilon candidates
  4. National Office provides Event Photography as a service to our members, ASCE and AISC
  5. Henry Benitez Scholarship Recipient
  6. Jerry Bayless, Missouri Univ. of Science and Technology presented with Harold T. Larsen Award for “Outstanding Service Exemplifying Scholarship, Character, Practicality, and Sociability” and 50 years of service to Chi Epsilon
  7. 2018 Conclave delegates working on Constitution
  8. Chirapha Auantaphathanawong developed leadership skills as a Chapter Officer
  9. Chi Epsilon Interview Skills Workshop
  10. Morgan State University installed as a XE Chapter #141 in the spring of 2017. Kofi Afriyie, 2018 ASCE New Faces of Civil Engineering - College