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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the home of the 26th Supreme Basileus, Soror Linda Marie White, was the eighth graduate chapter chartered. It was chartered on November 5, 1922 at 5200 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL. The charter members of Theta Omega were: Clara Vesta Caldwell, Eva Overton Lewis, Ida Taylor Jones, Geraldyne Hodges Major, Bertha Mosely-Lewis, and Helen Kathleen Perry. Theta Omega has come a long way. We have grown from twelve members to over 500 members. We have a rich heritage and legacy. The chapter may be contacted at: P.O. Box 49747, Chicago, IL 60649-0747 or akarama@akathetaomega.org

Theta Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha was chartered November 17, 1968 in Markham, IL. The purpose of this chapter, as stated in our By-laws, is “to promote scholarship and to foster better human relations among the citizenry of the South Suburban area of Chicago by sponsoring civic, cultural, social and educational activities.” Chapter meetings are held the 4th Saturday of every month at 2:00 p.m. at Mae Jemison School, located at 3450 W. 177th Street in Hazel Crest, IL. For additional information you may contact Patricia Jones-Banks at 708-720-1581 or Loester Lewis at 708-532-0658.

Lambda Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha was chartered on March 5, 1977 by 38 members. Today, the tradition of service and sisterhood continues in the areas of Education, Black Family, Health, Economic Empowerment and Arts. The sisterly bond, cooperation, loving support, caring and sharing with one another gives the chapter members a foundation to spread the same love to others in our “Service To All Mankind.” Chapter meetings are held the 2nd Sunday of every month, except July and August at Chicago State University locate 9501 S. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Drive, Chicago, Illinois. For more information please contact us at: P.O. Box 437005, Chicago, Illinois 60643 or lambdamuomega_aka@yahoo.com

Lambda Nu Omega Chapter was formed through the interest of a few Sorors in the Lake County area. It was spearheaded by Soror Isabelle Buckner in the form of an Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority round up. The round up was held at her home on Saturday, February 8, 1976. Efforts were put into action, which eventually led to the chartering of Lambda Nu Omega Chapter in Lake County, IL. Lambda Nu Omega Chapter has the distinguished honor of being the first Black sorority in Lake County. Lambda Nu Omega Chapter was chartered on May 27, 1977 at the Waukegan Public Library in Waukegan, IL. The Central Regional Director, Soror Gloria Bond of South Bend, IN, performed the chartering procedures. Lambda Nu Omega Chapter meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 11am in Waukegan, IL at the College of Lake County.

Lambda Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. has provided scholarships and conducted programs to enhance the health, welfare and educational development of individuals and families in the Far South Chicagoland Community for twenty-five years. In 2002, the 20 Pearls Foundation, created by the chapter, sponsored its annual Community Health Expo at Prairie State College, provided tutorial services at Charles Gavin School in Chicago Heights, conducted its award winning ONTRACK program at Chateaux School in Country Club Hills, prepared meals for Meals on Wheels in Calumet City, facilitated recreational days for seniors in South Holland and Hazel Crest, held workshops at Christian Vision Center transitional living center for women and children located in Chicago Heights, participated in PADS program in Matteson, mentored young women in our Big Sister/Little Sister program in Robbins, co-sponsored the Breast Cancer Symposium at Ingalls Hospital in Harvey, participated in the AIDS walk and UNCF Run, Walk, Ride, Bike, Skate-A-Thon, held the Miss Prominent Pearl Cotillion at which 11 financial scholarships were awarded.

Xi Nu Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered on July 9,1982 with 24 members. The chapter has a current membership of over 230 women. Xi Nu Omega Chapter has been recognized locally, regionally and nationally for outstanding chapter program activities which focus on The Arts, The Black Family, Economics, Education and Health. The chapter's signature programs are: The Teen Esteem Leadership Mentoring Program, The Music/Arts Explosion, Community Forums and The Monarch Awards Gala: "A Tribute to Black Men". Through it's Monarch Awards Foundation, the chapter fully endowed a $20,000 Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation Scholarship. Additionally, the Foundation has raised more than $550,000 for scholarships and charitable organizations since it's inception as a 501(c)(3) organization. Our chapter meetings are held on 2nd Sundays at 2:00 p.m. at Crerar Presbyterian Church, Lower Level, 8100 S. Calumet Avenue in Chicago. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 19166, Chicago, IL 60619.

Sigma Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., was chartered with 25 sorors on June 21, 1990, in Gary, Indiana. Sigma Phi Omega Chapter traces its’ genesis to conversations between several Alpha Kappa Alpha women who were convened by Soror Marian Wilson Comer. Since our inception, Sigma Phi Omega women have been of one mind in their dedication to be of service to all mankind. We accomplish this through programs such as the Martin Luther King Day of Service, Bowl-for-the-Cure for Breast Cancer, AIDS Walk, Minority Health Awareness workshops, Mother’s Day baskets for battered women, Senior Citizen Luncheon, Ivy Reading AKAdemy, AKA Coat-Drive, Shoeboxes for Africa and many more. Chapter meetings are held the first Saturday of the month at the Kennedy Branch Library, 3983 Broadway, Gary, Indiana. For more information contact us via e-mail at sigma_phi_omega@hotmail.com or our mailing address P.O. BOX 2908, Gary, IN 46403.

Phi Kappa Omega Chapter was chartered January 8, 2000 in Evergreen Park, Illinois by 15 dynamic women. Her membership has grown to the current 35 over the last three years. Our programs include the Carey B. Preston AKAdemy, our reading, tutorial, leadership training components, and scholarships to high school youth; Health and Wellness Initiatives, support to breast cancer and sickle cell anemia research, hunger depository and the walkathons for each; and the Black Family and the Arts, our AKA Coat drive, Sister-to-Sister program, support to Black Theatre, and community artists. We meet every second Sunday, at Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, 600 E. 35th Street, at 4:00 p.m.

 

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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Xi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is the first alumni chapter of the fraternity chartered in the city of Chicago. The chapter was installed on May 15, 1924 in response to the demand of graduate brothers for a separate chapter in Chicago. Among the 20 charter members was Henry Arthur Callis, one of the founders-known as a Jewel-of Alpha Phi Alpha. Xi Lambda exemplifies the motto of Alpha Phi Alpha, "First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All." As the largest chapter in the fraternity, Xi Lambda is active in the community. has hosted over 200 young men to the Alpha Phi Alpha Leadership Institute held, annually, in various locations in the Midwestern Region of the fraternity. In addition, the chapter is working on the West Side and has established a partnership with the Off The Street Club-the oldest boys and girls club in Chicago-to participate in their monthly Third Thursday mentoring program. The membership of Xi Lambda includes founders of Johnson Publishing, John H. Johnson, and Burrell Advertising, Thomas Burrell; Cook County President, John H. Stroger, Jr., County Commissioner Jerry "Iceman" Butler, as well as the founders of the PHCACC, Jack Childs, Auggeretto Battiste, State Senator Donne Trotter, and the first PHCACC President, James Hill.

Iota Delta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was organized by nine Alpha Brothers, thus becoming the second alumni chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha in the city of Chicago. The chapter was chartered on May1, 1968.Its membership has grown steadily over the years and its commitment to service embodies innovation. Project Alpha, a youth development program which addresses adolescent pregnancy prevention from the male perspective was created in the Iota Delta Lambda Chapter in 1981. Today, Project Alpha is the Fraternity’s premier community service program and is cosponsored nationally with the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation annually. Other noteworthy Iota Delta Lambda programs include the annual Martin Luther King Day Breakfast, Halloween Party for residents of the Alpha Tower Senior Home, Christmas Toy Drive and Breakfast with Santa and the IDL Leadership Development Institute. IDL meets on the third Saturday of every month at the Elliott Donnelly Youth Center, 3947 S. Michigan at 6:30 p.m.

Theta Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. was chartered by Alpha Brothers George Brown, Melvin Brown, Larry Poole, Joseph Hill, Eugene Varnado, and George Reaves, who is also the General Treasurer of Alpha Phi Alpha, in Joliet in 1963, and reactivated at Governors State University in 1986, as blacks began moving in large numbers to the South Suburban Chicagoland Area. The Chapter has and continues to serve and help to meet the community, health, and educational needs and goals of the fine African-American citizens of Chicago’s Southland for 40 years. Theta Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha actively sponsors and/or participates in the following programs: The Annual Black History Month Play held at the Illinois Theater Center in Park Forest, The South Suburban March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon, The Alpha Phi Alpha Midwest Leadership Weekend, Project Alpha, The Theta Mu Lambda Annual Chapter Summer Picnic, and the Annual Black And Gold Scholarship Ball. Theta Mu Lambda holds their monthly chapter meetings at 4:00 P.M. every third Sunday at the Jones Community Center, 220 East 15th Street, Chicago Heights, IL. The chapter can be reached at P.O. Box 95, Olympia Fields, IL, 60461.

Mu Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha was chartered by 22 Alpha Men on April 14, 1976.  African Americans began moving into the western suburbs in large numbers between the years of 1969 and 1973. History has it that while attending a meeting with the National Alliance of Businessmen in Washington, D.C., Brothers Art Thompson and Ernie Gibson seriously discussed the formation of an Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Chapter in the western suburbs.  An informal meeting was held in February 1976 to entertain the idea of establishing a chapter.  Brothers Art Thompson, Ernie Gibson, Robert Wells, Kenneth Watkins, Mickey Brown, Clarence Lewis, James Ivory, and others attended the meeting.  Subsequent meetings were held to establish a committee to work on By-Laws.  The committee consisted of Brothers Manny Jackson and Ken Watkins.  Officers were elected with Brother Ernie Gibson as the first Chapter President.
 

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

The Chicago Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was formed in 1959. It was established after the merging of the graduate chapters Theta Sigma and Gamma Chi Sigma. Today, Chicago Alumnae membership exceeds 700 members who come from very diverse backgrounds from across the country. Chicago Alumnae members work diligently to carry out the goals set by the National Chapter through various committees by providing programs that meet the needs of the African American community. In realizing Delta's mission, programs are developed with a focus on Delta's Five-Point Program Thrust, which are: Physical & Mental Health, Educational Development, International Awareness & Involvement, Economic Development, and Political Awareness & Involvement. Some of Chicago Alumnae’s community service programs include the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy, Delta Literacy Project, Jabberwock (Scholarship Fundraiser) and Del-Teen Lift Program. The Chapter also holds semi-annual community health fairs and voter registration drives. Chapter meetings are held on the 3rd Friday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at D’Estee, Inc., 4525 S. King Drive.

Glen Ellyn Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was conceived by Sorors Georgia Edwards, Denise Hendry, and Shirley G. Johnson over brown bag lunches at Irving School in Maywood, IL, in 1976. Since it's establishment, the Glen Ellyn Area Alumnae chapter has clearly established itself as a public service organization that strives to confront problems of African-Americans and, hence all Americans. A wide range of programs addressing education, health, international development, and strengthening of the African-American family have emerged and evolved over the years. Chapter meetings are held the first Saturday of every month at 10:00am at Good Samaritan Professional Building located at 1020 E Ogden, in Naperville Il.

Joliet Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta was chartered by 14 dynamic women on January 12, 1974,. Currently the chapter has over 150 members. For over 25 years, Joliet Area Alumnae has served as hostess for the premier show of the Ebony Fashion Fair Fashion Show. Funds from the show are used to award scholarships to high school seniors. Delta Academy and D.E.S.T.I.N.Y. are programs designed to mentor and encourage young ladies in grammar school and high school. Our Delta Works program works with South Suburban Habitat for Humanity to provide affordable and decent housing for low-income families. Breakfast with Santa is an annual event that provides breakfast, toys and pictures to more than 500 children in the Harvey area. ECHOES of Excellence is a biennial project that recognizes women who have made a contribution to the community. UMOJA, our annual Greek step show promotes unity between the Divine 9 and is an additional source of scholarship funds. Chapter meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of every month at 2:00 PM, Rich Township Preparatory High School.

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Zeta Zeta Chapter was charted on October 3, 1987 as the result of 33 graduate and professional women in the Dolton, Illinois area seeking change. Since it's inception, Zeta Zeta strives to hold within its membership quality women with various backgrounds and a willingness to uphold the goals of sisterhood. Thus, Zeta Zeta is a well-rounded chapter that provides service to various charitable organizations and holds annual programs in accordance with the National Organization of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Chapter meetings are held every second Friday of the month. Contact us at P.O. Box 599 Dolton, IL.

Zeta Tau Zeta Chapter was chartered on June 20, 1966 as the Chicago Metropolitan Graduate Chapter. Today, Zeta Tau Zeta Chapter is the largest graduate chapter of Zeta in the State of Illinois and the Great Lakes Region. The chapter prides itself on building leaders and mentoring to those who plan to one day take on roles as the front runners of the Sorority. Zeta Tau Zeta Chapter serves a dual purpose as being a great social outlet while still addressing the needs of the community. The chapter’s portfolio boasts both Amicae and Youth Auxiliary Groups, an Annual Finer Womanhood Scholarship Luncheon, a Stork’s Nest program, a yearly Founder’s Day Program, a biennial NAACP fundraiser, and several community action initiatives including a recurring tour and donation to the Ronald McDonald House in Chicago and Sadie Waterford Manor. Chapter meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month at the Phi Beta Sigma House. For more information, call the Zeta hotline at 773-874-0627.

Xi Mu Zeta Chapter was chartered in 1989 by twenty-two women linked by a common goal to support their community and uphold the ideals of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. The Markham, Illinois chapter provides community service throughout Markham and the Chicago area. The chapter also supports the efforts of local and national organizations including, but not limited to: The Family Rescue Shelter, The Bottomless Closet, The Glass Slipper Foundation, United Negro College Fund, American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association, Sickle Cell Disease Association of Illinois, and the National Breast Cancer Association. Xi Mu Zeta strives for academic excellence among youth, community empowerment, and the advancement of African-American women. The chapter awards three scholarships annually. The chapter sponsors three undergraduate chapters, Alpha Alpha, (Chicago Metropolitan), Eta Delta, (Northern Illinois University), and Omicron Delta, (Eastern Illinois University).

 

Tau Psi Zeta Chapter was chartered on 9/19/2004 by 20 women who sought to create an atmosphere where the personal goal of a lifetime commitment to Zeta can be achieved. Diversity is important to the chapter, in order to accurately reflect a broad range of backgrounds and interests that the Sorority is comprised of. This multi-faceted, growing membership base of professional women of color in the Chicagoland and South Suburban area is the greatest asset. Tau Psi Zeta Chapter seeks to provide leadership skills that will enhance the abilities of its members to promote civic work in the community and build a foundation upon which a national organization can thrive. Locally, the chapter is embarking on providing community service to the south side and south suburbs of Chicago that will help provide the community with a first-rate impression of the organization and its programs. Since the chapters inception, the membership has grown by 50% including the addition of a new life member. For more information, please contact: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Tau Psi Zeta Chapter, PO BOX 587196, Alsip, IL 60803-7196, (877) ZPB-1920, taupsizeta@yahoo.com

 

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Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

Eta Omega Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc., was chartered in April, 1979 in Carbondale, Illinois. Eta Omega was Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc's first Graduate chapter in the mid-west region. The chapter relocated to Chicago, Illinois in 1980. The chapter is the recipient of several Graduate Chapter of the Year awards. Additionally, many of Eta Omega's individual brothers have been the recipients of the Graduate and/or Undergraduate Brother of the Year awards. In keeping with this tradition we will continue to provide exemplary service to our community. The men of Eta Omega Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. are dedicated to Brotherhood, Scholarship, Fidelity, Citizenship, and Leadership. For more information please contact Ptah E. Smith at Ptahsmi@cdw.com

Alpha Theta Omega Chapter (also known as Chicago Metropolitan South Alumni) was organized in September 1999 through the vision of eight graduate members of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity. The chapter was officially charted August 10, 2001. Currently, the chapter is focused on: active community service, reclaiming inactive brothers, and fraternity expansion/undergraduate mentoring. Additionally, the chapter has an investment club called the Gold Diggin’ Centaurs. Chapter meetings are held the 2nd Friday of every month at 7:00 pm at the South Shore United Methodist Church (7350 South Jeffery Blvd.) The chapter’s email address is Alpha_Theta_Omega@yahoo.com

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Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Chicago Alumni Chapter is Kappa's oldest and Chicago's largest Alumni Chapter was founded in 1919. The 200 members of the Chicago Alumni chapter include many of the city's civic and professional leaders including the current president of the Pan-Hellenic Council in Chicago, Mr. Joe Jenkins. This chapter has many activities which support undergraduate Kappa chapters in the area well many social causes. This chapter even started it's own foundation named after one of Kappas' Founders, Edward G. Irvin, who was also a member of this chapter until his death. For information concerning any Chicago Alumni or Edward G. Irvin Foundation activities, please write to P.O. Box 19599 or call 773-978-6446

The Chicago Heights Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated was chartered on October 20, 1965. The Ten Charter members were dedicated to the fundamental purpose of achievement, providing scholarships, mentoring and tutorial programs and to providing general support to young African-American males in the South Suburban communities of Chicago. The Chicago Heights Alumni Chapter is well recognized in the south suburban school systems and communities for our scholarship awards and Kappa League mentoring program. Today, we continue to move forward with creative and aggressive fundraising activities that support these endeavors. Chapter meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month (September thru June) at Prairie State University in the Board Room on the 2nd floor, Chicago Heights, IL.,  Vollmer Rd./Halsted. Mailing info., Chicago Heights Alumni Chapter, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Marion C. Jeffery, II – Polemarch, P.O. Box 2862, Country Club Hills, Il., 60478

The Evergreen Park Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated was chartered on August 27th of 1993 and we are dedicated to the Fraternity's fundamental purpose of achievement. Evergreen Park Alumni is committed to Reclamation - retaining, sustaining and supporting members. We strive to make a positive difference in the community through such programs as Guide Right, scholarships, mentoring and community service. Chapter meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month (September thru June) at 7:30pm in the Jackson Park Fieldhouse at 64th & Stony Island Avenue in Chicago, IL., For further information, our methods of contact are: Rupert Evans, Jr. (Polemarch) 708/679-9785 or by mail: Evergreen Park Alumni, P.O. Box 428070, Evergreen Park, IL 60805, or via our website: evergreenpark-alumni@aol.com.

 

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Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Delta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho was founded in 1929 and  remains the only chapter of Sigma established in Chicago, IL. Delta Sigma boasts a membership that crosses generational lines and includes Sorors from diverse professional backgrounds. We encourage and foster the leadership potential of all members and welcome all individualistic talents brought forth. By doing so, Delta Sigma Chapter continues to host programs and activities geared toward educating, assisting, and uplifting the residents of Chicago’s many communities. Delta Sigma Chapter meets on the third Saturday of each month at the Lake Meadows Community Center. Social hour begins at 2pm and chapter meeting begins at 3pm.

Eta Xi Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was chartered on August 16, 1992 by forty-six women. These women saw a need to expand their horizons especially as their numbers grew. Eta Xi Sigma Chapter’s membership includes: Life members, a “Who’s Who in Sigma” recipient, a Past Grand Basileus a Past Grand Second Anti-Basileus, Undergraduate Campus Coordinators, a Past Executive Director. and a Past Regional Rhoer Advisor. These women provide an avenue for developing leadership skills as well as professional growth through networking. The chapter's major evens include; Founders Day Celebration, Annual Christmas Caroling, Carver Day Celebration, Operation BigBookBag/ Youth Symposium, Mwanamugimu Essay Contest, Rhomania Scholarship Fundraiser, Annual Sigma Round-Up Chapter Picnic. Meetings are held every 3rd Saturday of each month at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. The chapter can be contacted at: etaxisigma@yahoo.com

Theta Chi Sigma Alumnae Chapter, fueled by the sorority's slogan of "Greater Service, Greater Progress," was chartered on March 6, 1999, in Oak Park, IL, by 30 professional women who were interested in making a service impact on the West Side of Chicago. Theta Chi Sigma has been successful in developing civic, social and economic projects for the community as well as promoting development of its membership. Through sisterhood, spirituality and inner strength, it continues to be an example of the power of positive womanhood. Theta Chi Sigma is indeed "Living the Legacy through Sisterhood and Service." Chapter meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of every month at the Chicago Illini Union of the University of Illinois @ Chicago.

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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

Upsilon Sigma Chapter  was chartered September 11, 1927. The chapter immediately flourished and became a driving fore in the African American community in Chicago. In 1949, a program was started to buy a fraternity house in Chicago. The tireless effort of brothers in the chapter resulted in the purchase of "The Sigma House" at 4941 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Drive. Upsilon Sigma has been the mother chapter of the Great Lakes Region. During the administration of brothers Chester Riley and Clarence Johnson, Both Directors of the Great Lakes Region (1974-1980) more that 61 chapters of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity were chartered or reclaimed thought the region. Signature Programs include:  Hot Trike Presentations Hand Operated Tricycles Assisting Children with Disabilities, Annual Black Tie Carnation Ball, Annual Card Party and Gaming Night, American Cancer Society Walk-A-Thon, United Negro College Fund Walk-A-Thon. The chapter meets at 4 PM on the second Saturday of every month at the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity - Upsilon Sigma Chapter Fraternity House 4941 S. King Drive

Iota Nu Sigma Chapter was originally chartered in 1985 in Evanston, Illinois to serve citizens along Chicago's North Shore area. The chapter was in existence for approximately two years. The chapter was reactivated in January 2000 for the purpose of elevating the Phi Beta Sigma's presence in Chicago, commitment to quality community service, development of professional and progressive programs and events and public image.

Epsilon Chi Sigma Chapter and its original founding dates back to 1973-74 in Chicago, Illinois. The initial group of brothers represented recent college graduates moving into their professional careers. These young professionals felt the need for a chapter with a more progressive approach to service the community. In 1986, Epsilon Chi Sigma solidified its thrust by establishing the chapter’s two annual fundraisers, The Greek Invitational The Scholarship Luncheon. Currently, Epsilon Chi Sigma boasts a strong membership of over 30 brothers.  The chapter meets at the Sigma house on the second Friday of each month. It is located at: 4941 South King Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60615, pbsepsilonchisigma@yahoo.com

 

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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Iota Chapter was first chartered in 1920 as a graduate chapter in Atlantic City NJ. In 1923 Iota Chapter was re-chartered as an undergraduate chapter on the campus of the University of Chicago. Iota Chapter was again re-chartered as a graduate chapter in Chicago on February 12, 1995. Iota Chapter has received the Tenth District Social Action award from the Fraternity each year since the 1995 re-chartering for its involvement in the Black community. Currently Iota chapter has developed the Friendship Foundation for Education and Community Development along with the Adopt a High School Program. The men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Iota chapter are committed to the four cardinal principals of Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. Chapter meetings are the third Saturday of each month at the Pullman Park district field house (123rd and Stewart).

Mu Xi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was established by The Supreme Council and the charter was duly signed and sealed on March 11, 1977.  The Charter Members were; Louis J. Boston, Thomas E. Brown, Marvin Byrd, Albert L. Clark, Roy Gibbs, C.D. Henry, Richard Lynum, James L. Matthis, Cornelius Patterson, Samuel Pettijohn, William Rodgers, Jr., James Shoffner, Tommy Simms, Luther Spence, Rollie Steele, Jr., Eugene Stewart, Jr., Calvin Tyson. The MU XI Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. serves the western suburbs of Cook, and DuPage Counties. Also serves parts of Will County.  Current Officers 2001-2002 are; Climent Edmond – Basileus, Bryce Walker – Vice-Basileus, Michael Austin – Keeper of Records and Seals, Frederick Peery – Keeper of Finance, Ronald L. Bryant – Immediate Past Basileus, Clifton G. Wilkes – Chaplain

Nu Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi was chartered on March 9, 1974. In 1990, Nu Pi Chapter was placed on inactive status. However, under the visionary guidance of Brother Clevon Davis, and ten other brothers, by the names of: Elvis Adams, Lamark Carter, Harold Dell, Donald Dew, Floyd Eskridge, Robert Ellis, Walter Hathaway, Rodney Harrington, Kenneth Nolan, and Marvin Nolden; as well as the assistance of Brother Ronald Hughes, past Tenth District Representative, Nu Pi Graduate Chapter was reinstated. Since Nu Pi Chapter was reinstated in 1993, 52 new brothers have been initiated into our beloved fraternity.

Rho Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was chartered in March 1987. The chapter was founded by twenty five graduate members of Omega who sought to practice in the Chicago area the Fraternity's four Cardinal Principles: Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. The Chapter and several of its members has received numerous accolades and awards at the national and local levels of the Fraternity. Rho Gamma Gamma Chapter sponsors several social action and social events (Boat Ride, Picnic, Ski Trip, Super Bowl Party, Englewood Back-to-School Parade Marshals, UNCF Walk-A-Thon, Thanksgiving Food Drive, Adopt a family for Christmas, Founder’s Day, etc.). Chapter meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of every month at 5:00PM at St. Ailbe Catholic Church.

Sigma Omega Chapter has a rich and distinguished history both within the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and within the Chicago area. Chartered in 1921 as Sigma Chapter, Sigma Omega became the home of college graduates who were initiated as undergraduates into the Fraternity. Each year Sigma Omega gives thousands of dollars to Chicago area, college-bound, first year students. We participate in and provide many community services, such as clothing drives, and generous contributions to United Negro College Fund and NAACP. Chapter meetings are held the 1st Saturday of every month at 7:30PM in the Oak Room of The South Shore Cultural Center located at 7059 South Shore Drive, Chicago. Our mailing address is: P.O. Box 497068, Chicago, IL 60649. For more information, please contact us at info@sigma-omega.com

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