Kappa Alpha Psi (ΚΑΨ) is one of the oldest, most established fraternities out there. It is focused on serving the African diaspora. Founded over a hundred years ago (in 1911), it has grown into an international force for community service and cross-race equalization, with bases on five continents, including Africa.
Today, it has over 700 chapters and over 150,000 members. So can you join? As long as you have been to college, you can join an alumni chapter. Kappa Alpha Psi is open to all men, regardless of race or creed – as it has been since it was founded before World War I.
How much does it cost to join Kappa Alpha Psi?
While Kappa Alpha Psi does not publish its financial data, the average costs to join Kappa Alpha Psi are: (based on the info published on the web of some Colleges):
|Initiation Fee (one payment)||$84|
|New Member Dues (one payment)||Freshman: $2,083
|Member Dues (per semester)||$60|
In short, it is not overly expensive to be a Kappa. Several dues based on individual chapters may vary, so the best way to get an exact price tag for pledging is to contact your local Kappa Alpha Psi chapter and express interest in joining!
Fraternity dues are an essential part of keeping the system going and, in the grand scheme of things, they are not overly expensive. If you make full use of your fraternity membership, the fee is well worth it!
How much does it cost to pledge Kappa Alpha Psi grad chapter?
If you want to join a Kappa Alpha Psi graduate chapter you have to pay a yearly fee:
- $370 for regular brothers.
- $210 for 50 years or older brothers.