Letter from the AKPsi President

Welcome to the official website of the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi at the University of Illinois! Your interest in our organization is greatly appreciated; please feel free to browse our website to learn more about our members, sponsors and events throughout the year.

Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the nation. As the premier developer of principled business leaders, our fraternity strives to grow students professionally, philanthropically and socially. Students and alumni alike compose a vast network of individuals which includes CEOs, entrepreneurs, and student leaders.

Our diverse group of sponsors help in professional development through speaker series, chapter presentations, and networking events. Similarly, our members develop through chapter opportunities such as the mentorship program and Professional Development Conference.

In addition, the Epsilon chapter values philanthropic work as well as the social aspects of a college experience. Our brotherhood demonstrates our commitment to one another through various weekly social events that strengthen our chapter’s bond. Furthermore, our brothers regularly participate in multiple philanthropy events throughout the Champaign-Urbana area each week in order to impact the community and become well-rounded students and future leaders.

Ever since rushing Alpha Kappa Psi during my first semester on campus, I have felt right at home. Our chapter surrounds everyone with motivated, intelligent, and caring individuals. A majority of the professional, social, and philanthropic opportunities that I have experienced throughout college, I can accredit to Alpha Kappa Psi. I am extremely grateful for my brothers which I can call my best friends, and I look forward to the semesters to come!

Thank you again for your interest. Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding the Epsilon Chapter and don’t forget to attend our Rush events at the beginning of the semester!

Warm Regards,

David Robinson