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ALPHA KAPPA PSI


Pi Rho Chapter | Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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ALPHA KAPPA PSI


Pi Rho Chapter | Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

THE PREMIER DEVELOPER OF PRINCIPLED BUSINESS LEADERS


Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.
— Jack Welch
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Founded in 1904...


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Founded in 1904...


In 1904, at New York University, four determined business men known as the “Brooklyn Four" would walk across the Brooklyn Bridge every night, talking about their dreams and aspirations as future business leaders. That was the start of Alpha Kappa Psi, a brotherhood founded upon brotherhood, knowledge, integrity, service, and unity. 

Since its incorporation on May 20th, 1905, Alpha Kappa Psi has been the oldest largest professional business fraternity. From improving communities to learning lifelong values alongside brothers, the heart of Alpha Kappa Psi rests in the service to the community. From achieving academic excellence to impacting businesses across all industries, demanding higher ideals is a standard of Alpha Kappa Psi. With over 300,000 alumni, we provide our brothers with a network of opportunity, brotherhood, and tools to grow.

 

Leadership

From professional speakers, networking events, and in depth workshops, Alpha Kappa Psi provides our members the skills, professional development, and confidence necessary to pursue leadership positions all over the Cal Poly campus and community.  

Brotherhood

Our members

Philanthropy

Service is the cornerstone in which Alpha Kappa Psi uses the skills and talents of its members to improve society.  Our members actively give back to the Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and global community through volunteer activities and monetary support.

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Shaping People, Shaping Business


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Shaping People, Shaping Business


 
I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find that I just lived the length of it. I want to live the width of it as well.
— Diana Ackerman
 
2013-2014 Annual Report

2013-2014 Annual Report