Established in 2003, the Judiciary Committee (JC)’s primary function is to help protect the reputation of the fraternity through use of the risk management policies. After many years of hard work and dedication, Jeff E. Frank, Eastern Michigan ‘86-Life is stepping down from his position on the Judiciary Committee.
“You are always wearing your letters” is something all members should take to heart. It’s not saying members are always wearing a t-shirt or hat with “AKPsi” displayed. This phrase references how Alpha Kappa Psi is represented through any actions said or done. Anything and everything (both the good and the bad) represents a chapter, other members, and the fraternity as a whole; especially during the summer.
NORTHRIDGE, CA (July 8, 2016) — The Alpha Kappa Psi Board of Directors voted to suspend the charter of the Mu Phi Chapter at California State University – Northridge. The board’s decision was based upon an investigation which revealed violations of the alcohol policy and conspiracy to impede an investigation occurred within the chapter. In an effort to prevent future occurrences, the fraternity offers resources and education related to risk prevention.
INDIANAPOLIS (June 27, 2016) — The Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity Board of Directors recently appointed J. Christian Nuccio, North Carolina-Charlotte ’09-Life and Allison H. Moore, Florida State ’94-Life as the Judiciary Committee chair and vice chair respectively.
INDIANAPOLIS (September 17, 2015) — Alpha Kappa Psi recognizes the importance of bringing hazing awareness to its members.
HazingPrevention.Org organizes National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) during the last full week of September, which will be September 21-25 this year. NHPW raises awareness about the culture of hazing not only with college campuses, but with organizations, communities and individuals. The purpose of this week is to generate awareness so that hazing prevention can occur on a daily basis; not just during one week.