Kappa Psi Kappa
(Κ Ψ K)
Founded August 17, 2001
Tallahassee, Florida
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Type Social
Scope National
Motto One Brotherhood, One Bond
Colors Baby Blue and Gold
Symbol White Bengal Tiger, Cane
Flower White Thorn Rose
Chapters Over 25 Nationwide
Free label Canes, K-PSIs
Headquarters P.O. Box 733
Philadelphia, PA, USA

Kappa Psi Kappa (ΚΨΚ) is a non-profit, non-collegiate fraternal service and social organization for men of all colors and sexual preferences. The fraternity was established on August 17, 2001 in Tallahassee Florida.

History Edit

Founded by five men known as the "Illustrious Elite" in the summer of 2001, these men set out and started to organize the foundation of the fraternity based upon promoting the high ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, service and leadership. The fraternity was incorporated under the Articles of Corporation in the State of Florida on October 3, 2001.

Today, Kappa Psi Kappa prides itself on providing a service to the community and constantly endeavoring to participate in a multitude of community service activities for a range of different organizations while fellowshipping in brotherhood. It is the fraternity's esteem aim is to provide service to the community while providing our members with an opportunity to gain valuable leadership experience while promoting higher education. Through a combine effort involving brotherhood, cooperation, culture, leadership, patience, diversity, and to expose them to leading figures, Kappa Psi Kappa hopes to transform an individual into a true brother of this fraternity and hopefully be able to lead Kappa Psi Kappa and others in life into great heights and a more profound world.

Regions, Chapters & Colonies Edit

Across the United States, Kappa Psi Kappa is divided among different region of states. Each region (8 total) is headed by a Regional Director who functions as an intermediary between the local chapters/colonies and the National Board.

Region 1 - South Atlantic: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee

Region 2 - Middle Atlantic: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia

Region 3 - North Atlantic: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

Region 4 - Great Lakes/Central: Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin

Region 5 - Great Plains: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota

Region 6 - Gulf Coast: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Okalahoma, Texas

Region 7 - South Pacific: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah

Region 8 - North Pacific: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming

Alpha Chapter - Tallahassee, Florida

Beta Colony - Valdosta, Georgia

Gamma Colony- Houston, Texas

Delta Chapter- Chicago, Illinois

Epsilon Colony- Jackson, Mississippi

Zeta Colony- Atlanta, Georgia

Eta Colony- Louisville, Kentucky

Theta Colony- Miami, Florida

Kappa Colony- Nashville, Tennessee

Lambda Colony- Memphis, Tennessee

Mu Chapter- Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Nu Colony- New York, New York

Xi Colony- Arlington, Texas

Omicron Chapter- Montgomery, Alabama

Rho Colony- Washington, District of Columbia

Sigma Colony- Huntsville, Alabama

Tau Chapter- Columbia, South Carolina

Upsilon Chapter- Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Phi Colony- Honolulu, Hawaii

Chi Colony- Dayton, Ohio

Psi Colony- Austin, Texas

Omega Chapter - Charlotte North Carolina

Alpha Alpha Colony- New Orleans, Louisiana

Alpha Beta Colony- Athens, Georgia

Alpha Gamma Colony - Raleigh, North Carolina

Alpha Delta Colony- Baltimore, Maryland

Alpha Epsilon colony- Tulsa, Okalahoma

Alpha Zeta Colony- Detroit, Michigan

Alpha Eta Colony- Birmingham, Alabama

Alpha Theta Chapter- Newark, New Jersey

Alpha Iota Colony- Los Angeles, California

Alpha Kappa Colony- Gainesville, Florida

Alpha Lambda Chapter- Richmond, Virginia

Alpha Mu Colony- Huntington, West Virginia

Alpha Nu Chapter- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alpha Xi Colony- Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Alpha Omicron Colony- Evansville, Indiana

Alpha Pi Colony- Cheyenne, Wyoming

Alpha Rho Colony- Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Tau Kappa Phi Edit

The history of The Kappa Family is unique because the family was not formed all at one time.

The "family" was started at the founding of Kappa Psi Kappa Fraternity, Inc. on August 17, 2001 in Tallahassee, FL. The founders of Kappa Psi Kappa had a vision of a sisterhood that would bind the two organizations as the year 2002 came started to unfold, so did two additional organizations were founded on February 20, 2002 and joined "The Kappa Family", Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. and Alpha Psi Kappa Fraternity, Inc. By April 8, 2002, the family was completed with the addition of the Kappa Sapphires. On August 13, 2002, it was decided to grant The Kappa Family a new title as Tau Kappa Phi and was later incorporated on June 19, 2003 as its own entity that would stand as a Grand Chapter for all members.

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