• RSE 3.0 Clubhouse Improvements +

        As the RSE organization begins the journey from a traditional fraternity to an organization centered on education, we anticipate that significant renovations and investments at 1501 Sage Ave. will be necessary. Read More
  • RSE 3.0 Gets the Boot! The LL Bean Boot, That Is +

    RSE 3.0 was introduced to campus on Tuesday October 12th and Wednesday October 13th, when the Rensselaer Union and Collegiate Store in collaboration with RSE hosted the LL Bean Pop-Up store in the RSE parking lot.  Read More
  • Summer Students Assist in RSE 3.0 Launch Preparations +

    RSE 3.0 received a big boost from students this summer as Professor Clint Ballinger of the Lally School sponsored a project with his summer MBA Practicum class. Read More
  • We’re Back, With Big Challenges Ahead +

    RSE has been officially returned to full recognition by RPI! The Trustees and the RPI Dean’s Office have been struggling through a variety of challenging issues for the past three and a half years. On Friday July 16, 2021, Dean Apgar came to the House and delivered our reinstatement letter. (Here is the Dean's letter.) The Reinstatement Letter commends us for the mission and vision articulated in RSE 3.0. The letter states “The RSE 3.0 Plan has the potential to not only reshape the Society but influence a turning point in the purpose and activities of fraternities at Rensselaer.” This Read More
  • RSE Alumni Clean Out the House on July 15th-18th Weekend +

    Thirty-one RSE alumni and numerous friends gathered at 1501 Sage Ave to clean out the House. The effort, organized by Trustees Vice President Charlie Adkins ‘94 and Real Estate Officer Joe Spinazola ’15 spanned four days, Thursday through Sunday. Alumni from fifteen (15) states attended with Classes from 1963 (Doug Koop ’63) through 2021 (Zach Alexander ’21 and Joe Stillo ’21) being represented. Read More
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Annual Dues and Donations

Annual dues and donations support maintenance and renovations to all areas of the RSE clubhouse and occasional alumni activities. They also support our alumni communications program, including publication and distribution of OveRSEer and other mailings. Annual dues and donations are not tax deductible.


RSE Foundation

The RSE Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charity that provides financial support for the educational objectives and facilities of the RSE clubhouse.

Lost List

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