THE OMEGA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA PSI
Alpha Kappa Psi is the only professional business fraternity at William and Mary and is open to all class years and majors. We strive to develop our brothers both personally and professionally, offering leadership development and professional experiences for our members.
Our organization hosts professional speakers from diverse industries, holds networking events, performs community service, and provides other hands-on applications of professional skills to prepare members for the workforce and for life. We also value "brotherhood" and friendships made throughout your time in AKPsi and beyond.
One unique aspect of the Omega Chapter is our recognition that professional skills and basic understandings of business fields are essential to a wide variety of careers. From our founding, we have embraced the diversity of interests at William and Mary and take pride in the fact that we have brothers from a wide range of majors and backgrounds.
OUR FRATERNITY HISTORY
In 1904, four men at New York University came together to found the nation's first professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. Driven by a spirit of brotherhood and a vision of uniting people with common business interests, the "Brooklyn Four" created Alpha Kappa Psi as an organization that would foster both the personal and professional growth of its members.
Alpha Kappa Psi provides brothers with professional guidance throughout their college years to ensure that upon graduation, they are all equipped with the skills required to thrive in any work environment. Through interview training, resume building, public speaking workshops and a one-on-one mentorship program, Alpha Kappa Psi develops the business leaders of the future. We invite you to join our brotherhood and become a part of the lifelong experience that is Alpha Kappa Psi.
Today, Alpha Kappa Psi is the largest fraternity in the United States and is also the only business fraternity with international chapters. Worldwide, there are over 295 college chapters, 90 alumni chapters, and 200,000 members, all dedicated to the highest level of brotherhood and professional development.