Presidential Welcome

On behalf of the Tau Chi Chapter I would like to introduce you to the world’s oldest and largest co-ed business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. 


Here, we pride ourselves on building best-in-class business professionals that strive for continuous growth. Driven by our thirst to learn, we constantly empower each other to become better business leaders. Through the organizations ability to create meaningful opportunities professionally, socially, and philanthropically, we attract the most talented students of the future. 


While professionalism is a core value of our organization, it is our 70+ members that really make Tau Chi what it is. Our culture of brotherhood allows us to achieve far more than we ever could alone. Along with this, our organization welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and majors with open arms. 


With that said, if you are interested in getting involved with extraordinary leaders, then I invite you to explore our website and ample resources. Please do not hesitate to contact us, I look forward to connecting with you. 


Ethan Ng

President, Alpha Kappa Psi - Tau Chi Chapter


Alpha Kappa Psi

Alpha Kappa Psi is America’s oldest, largest, and most successful professional business fraternity since it was established in 1904. Since then, it has expanded to include over 298,000 lifetime members from 216 chapters throughout the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders, Alpha Kappa Psi continuously strives to build a strong bond of brotherhood and foster lifelong learning amongst its members.

For more information, visit akpsi.org

Tau Chi Chapter

DePaul University

​At DePaul University, the Tau Chi chapter consists of 80+ brothers spanning across all majors and backgrounds. Alpha Kappa Psi will develop and challenge you professionally and personally, while making DePaul your home.

Our Pillars

five lifetime core values that lead to the development of principled business leaders


Trust, respect, cooperation, companionship and aid to brothers is the expected norm