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Learn more about the Alpha Mu Chapter and the history of our co-ed fraternity.

AKPsi Vision | AKPsi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.


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Welcome to the Alpha Mu chapter of the world’s oldest, most prestigious professional fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. I am honored to represent over 150 elite members of our chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Alpha Mu prides itself on our ability to develop some of the brightest, most talented students at the university into the business leaders of the future. Through professional development, community service to the Greater Madison Area, and a strong brotherhood, our members are inspired to dream big and driven to succeed in endeavors they pursue.

Our membership consists of students in business, retail, engineering, journalism, economics, computer science, and a number of other majors. The members in our chapter are sought after by some of the greatest companies in the world and have gone to work in industries like tech, retail, financial services, advertising, consulting, and so much more.

If you are a company interested in highly talented, intelligent, and results-driven leaders, then you are in the right place. If you are a student at UW-Madison who is looking for a group of supportive friends who simultaneously push you to reach your potential, then you are also in the right place!

On our website, you will find ample resources on additional information on our chapter, our employers, and how you can get involved with Alpha Kappa Psi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. If you are interested in learning more about our members or how you can join AKPsi, feel free to contact me at I’d love to connect and help in any way!


Lucas Moran

President, Alpha Kappa Psi – Alpha Mu Chapter

Presidential Message



Brooklyn, New York

Founded in 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi) is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. With over 298,000 initiated members at 219 universities in 4 countries, AKPsi is the world’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious business fraternity in the world. Members of AKPsi have held every major political position in the United states, including the presidency, as well as executive positions in the world’s most profitable companies.

For more information on the national organization, visit

Fraternity History
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University of Wisconsin

The Alpha Mu Chapter of AKPsi at the University of Wisconsin is the most prestigious business fraternity on campus. We are the fourth largest chapter of AKPsi in the world, members of Alpha Mu enjoy an unbeatable social network, unparalleled access to professional development and community service events, and enviable company and alumni contacts.

Members of AKPsi major in all core areas of business as well as communications, journalism, retail, computer science, foreign languages, engineering, and more. With a cumulative GPA standard of 3.0, incredible leadership skills gained through many opportunities, and a required number of service and professional development hours, you can be sure that members of AKPsi are the most well-rounded students on campus.

Alpha Mu Chapter History

Our chapter prides itself on our commitment to learning more about diversity and inclusion. Each semester, we seek out ways to improve the inclusivity of our rush practices and chapter programming. Our members come from many backgrounds, and we honor the diverse experiences that students bring to the rush and pledging processes. 

The Diversity and Inclusion Chair and his or her committee form partnerships and collaborate with other student organizations, host interactive workshops for members, and hold weekly discussions to create awareness of diversity and inclusion topics. Through these efforts, we are equipping members with the skills needed to lead by example in our personal and professional lives. 

The chapter abides by the University’s Institutional Statement on Diversity found at

Diversity and Inclusion
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