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Why AKPsi?

Alpha Kappa Psi was founded in 1904 at New York University on the principles of promoting institutions of business education, developing future leaders and fostering appreciation for higher ideals in business. Today the fraternity has grown to become the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the world. With nearly 240,000 initiated members and more than 200 chapters, it is among the 20 largest college fraternities. The men and women of AKPsi reflect the world’s diversity and are united by a common interest in business.


Guided by five core values, Alpha Kappa Psi focuses on providing ethical leadership and professional development. Through educational programs, community service and a hands-on application of formal education, Alpha Kappa Psi students use the business skills they are taught in the classroom to acquire life skills such as the art of compromise, consensus building, project management, interviewing and networking.

Finding AKPsi on your campus

To find a chapter on your campus, visit our Chapter Directory or contact Alpha Kappa Psi at either mail@akpsi.org or (317) 872-1553.

No AKPsi on your campus?

Join the brotherhood of more than 13,000 students on campuses across the United States, Canada, China and the United Kingdom by bringing AKPsi to your campus. Learn how to start a new chapter and contact AKPsi’s associate director of student services for more details.

Disability Services

Alpha Kappa Psi is committed to facilitating accommodations and services for students with disabilities to ensure equal access to our materials and activities. If you are in need of an accommodation due to a disability, please use the procedure outlined on akpsi.org/disabilityservices.

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7801 East 88th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46256-1233
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