Why Join Chi Psi Fraternity?

The University of Minnesota campus is large compared to any other college in the state of Minnesota. A new student to the campus may at first feel overwhelmed with new emotions and feelings over the first year. The University of Minnesota campus is a fast pace college institution because of the multiple sporting events, activities, and other social groups involved in the community. Chi Psi Fraternity at the University of Minnesota helps makes the big campus feel much smaller.

At Chi Psi Fraternity we like to be heavily involved in academics, philanthropy, and social events. Alumni are also involved to help undergraduates with career advice, jobs, or any other insight to help the college process.We continue to strive towards providing the best experience to each member through commitment and brotherhood. Our fraternity takes the time to get to know everyone that walks through our doors. 

 Greek Life Facts

  • Out of the 5,000 general fraternity chapters, a majority consistently achieve higher grade point averages than the all male averages.
  • 65% of fraternity members graduate from college, compared with only 45% of non-members.
  • Of the current United States Senators ad Representatives, 24% are fraternity members.
  • 85% of the U.S. Supreme Court Justices since 1910, have been Greek.
  • Of the nation’s 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by Greeks.
  • 85% of Fortune 500 executives are fraternity members.
  • 71% of the Who’s Who in America are also fraternity members.



We hold ourselves to act in a gentlemanly manor at all times, which creates a close friendship between each member in the fraternity. 

By joining a fraternity or sorority you can make the campus smaller. Over 1,900 students on campus have joined a Greek organization on the UMN campus. There are currently more than 30 fraternities and sororities on campus. According to the ‘Be Greek’ website from the University, in 2011 Greek members donated 35,000 hours to community service. Continuing with philanthropic activities, the Greek Life on campus raised over $225,000 for donations for areas in our community. Also, in the fall of 2011, fraternities averaged a GPA of 3.07. To learn more about Greek Life on campus please go to www.begreek.org.

To get more information about the benefits of joining a fraternity contact us today!