Alpha Kappa Psi provides many opportunities for its members to improve professionally, socially, and in the campus community. The chapter network offers many connections to a diverse range of people, so it is very common to see a freshman ask an upperclassman for career advice and resume help. Furthermore, the Executive Board organizes at least three formal professional events per semester, and they can range from prominent guest speakers to exclusive networking sessions with companies to leadership development. As there are no pre-qualifications to rushing the fraternity, the body of its members has become incredibly diverse.
While many students’ friends and social lives are heavily influenced by their major and school, Alpha Kappa Psi is able to broaden a friend network by connecting students who would have never met otherwise. Whether you are a business major, pre-med, or art student, you will be sure to meet and become
friends with a variety of other WashU students. Finally, Alpha Kappa Psi is very involved in the community here at Wash. U. Whether it is selling Pappy’s BBQ for charity at the annual Thurtene carnival or participating in intramural sports, joining the fraternity provides a channel for its members to further be part of the vibrant campus community.
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Alpha Kappa Psi at Washington University has defined my college experience. While I was not sure if being in a business fraternity was something that I would have interest in, it has easily become my best decision in college. I have spent the past two semesters on the executive board and it has provided me both an opportunity to grow professionally through the Alpha Lambda Network as well as grow personally as a leader. While Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional fraternity, it also provides an amazing social outlet for the brothers. Alpha Kappa Psi is open to all majors and because of that, we have a unique and diverse brotherhood that makes the organization incredible.
-Casey Wagenaar, Vice-President of Administration
[AKPsi] is so dope Drake couldn't write a diss track about it.
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