Chi Psi Fraternity is the oldest fraternity at the University of Michigan, founded in 1845, just seven years after the establishment of the Ann Arbor campus.  It has remained an active fraternity since it's founding, making it also the oldest continuously operating student organization of any kind at the University.  Chi Psi is based upon the basic proposition that the bonds of brotherhood established and maintained through the Fraternity strengthen the bonds of friendship, and in turn, develop its members into leaders and true gentlemen.  Chi Psi accomplishes its purpose by developing, implementing and monitoring programs that foster leadership, build character and promote positive relationship among its members, and perhaps most tangibly through entrusting the active brothers to govern themselves and the day-to-day operations of the Lodge, and maintain the traditions of the Alpha and the Fraternity at large.

If you want more information about Chi Psi Fraternity, please visit the national fraternity's website at

Alpha Epsilon of Chi Psi

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