AJ Roshfeld

AJ Roshfeld
Eta Sigma '16

As I continued my attempt of “digging in” and “finding my place” at Elon University the Fall of 2012, I was approached by an interest group of men looking to start a Jewish Fraternity. At the time, I was not looking into Greek Life or “Jewish” Life all that seriously. I gave it a shot and started hanging out with these young men, and as cliché as it may sound, it changed my life.

By the Spring of my Freshman year we were officially a Zeta Beta Tau colony of 30 men.

"ZBT opened up a world of experiences for me, and this is why I continue to support it each and every day."



Over the course of my four years at Elon I was able to witness firsthand our Chapter growing from 30 to 60 men. ZBT inspired and more importantly taught me how to be a leader. It taught me what matters in life.

I was fortunate enough to have found “my place” at Elon. I then spent the rest of my time working to make sure that future men could have the same experiences I was so fortunate to have myself. Whether holding local community service or philanthropic events, learning how to organize a large group of college aged men, or attending International conferences and conventions, ZBT opened up a world of experiences for me, and that is why I continue to support it each and every day.