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Membership Information

Membership Information

Membership  is a solemn commitment. To this Fraternity, the maker of the commitment becomes synonymous with the commitment itself. Membership in Kappa Alpha Psi ® is a lifelong dedication to the ideas and lofty purposes of Kappa Alpha Psi ®, which considers for membership only those aspirants whose personal, social and academic qualifications are acceptable to both the College and Fraternity.

Expectations concerning maturity and dedication are made upon new members and established members alike.

Maturity  is more than simply reaching a certain age. Maturity to us means acceptance of reality, the ability to sacrifice and set goals, consideration of others, incisive judgment, emotional balance, development of social skills, intellectual competence, and moral rectitude. We expect our members to be mature.

Dedication  means putting those characteristics of maturity into a lifelong program of action to advance the goals and purposes of Kappa Alpha Psi ®. We expect our members to be dedicated.

But do not let personal goals supersede those of the Fraternity. A person who feels he would do the Fraternity a favor by joining is not worthy of membership. No one who holds himself superior to the Brotherhood of Kappa Alpha Psi ®  is worthy of this distinction.

Kappa Alpha Psi ®  is not interested in the simple accumulation of members and chapters. Its emphasis, however, is in the quality and integrity of its membership. Membership quality manifests itself through an intangible element of brotherhood we call “that Good Old Kappa Spirit.”

If you are interested in becoming a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity ®, Inc., please contact a Province Polemarch for further information: 

Acceptable qualities of Kappa Alpha Psi ® members include:

  • The disposition to live in close companionship with men of similar values.
  • The wisdom to abide by the will of the majority without sacrificing individuality.
  • The discretion to refrain from destructive criticism while seeking to remove the causes of such criticism.
  • The acceptance of responsibility for any effort that moves the group forward.
  • The desire to strive for, and ultimately achieve, excellence in everything you do.
  • The commitment to train for leadership.
  • The resolution to give lifelong financial support and commitment to the maintenance and development of the Fraternity’s programs and purposes.

Do you attend or have completed your degree requirements from a college/university from one of the following accrediting agencies:

Middle States Association of College and Schools
New England Association of Schools and Colleges
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Western Association of Schools and Colleges