Alpha Kappa Psi was the first professional fraternity in business
and was founded at New York University in 1904.
It was also the first professional business fraternity to become coed.
Alpha Kappa Psi is currently the oldest
and largest coed professional business fraternity in the nation. As a
business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi
balances its members' desires to grow both personally and professionally
within the organizational framework of
a fraternity. In essence, one gets to balance all the social aspects often
attributed to social fraternities,
with gaining real knowledge and skills about how to best succeed in the
AKY at a Glance:
ˇ Today, it is among the twenty largest national college fraternities
with more than 170,000 members.
ˇ The men and women of Alpha Kappa Psi reflect the world's diversity and
are united by a common interest
in business and other related fields.
ˇ Membership in other campus organizations (including social Greek organizations)
ˇ Alpha Kappa Psi chapters are located on more than three-fourths of the
nation's top 50 business schools
(U.S. News and World Report).
ˇ Members have the incredible opportunity to put their business education
into action through management
of Alpha Kappa Psi chapters.
ˇ Through strong relationships with the business community, Alpha Kappa
Psi is a powerful addition to
ˇ National publications, alumni chapters, and a national web site give
members the opportunity to
communicate and network with brothers all over the world.