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Presidential Message

My name is Lucas Moran

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Presidential Message

Adam Hodges

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Alpha Kappa Psi

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.

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Alpha Mu Chapter

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.



Trust, respect, cooperation, companionship and aid to brothers is the expected norm.



Education and experience, whether gained in the classroom or the workplace, is emphasized and shared.



All actions, whether in business or in life, are guided by honesty, ethics and fairness.


Sharing of time, talent and treasure with society and with our fraternity is a priority.




A common understanding of our vision and values that transcends chapter, generation and profession is utilized to anticipate and create the future.

Alpha Mu's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

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, Equity, 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

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