About Us

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated, Kappa Psi Chapter was chartered on April 30, 1976 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Our community service projects include March of Dimes Bikers for Babies, Angel Food Ministries, A Voteless People is a Hopeless People, Brother's Keeper, Go to High School Go to College, Project Alpha, and many more projects across the board. The university recognizes our contributions in the community, awarding us the UALR Trojan Cup for 2011 and various other awards in the past years.

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Some of our social events

Renaissance Greek Show- This show has been successful for 14 strong years. Step teams travel from across the regions and showcase their skills with the chance to win a cash prize.


Haunted House of Alpha- The UALR campus continues to attempt for social events to thrive, and our chapter has made one of the greatest contributions with that. This event is held at the ClearChannel Metroplex on the night of Holloween annually.


Black and Gold Pageant- This pageant gives back to our campus. We take beautiful, talented young women from the campus community and give them a chance to show their talent with a chance to win a scholarship to be used at UALR.






Our brothers are involved in various organizations across the campus including:

African American Male Initiative

Criminal Justice Society

National Society of Black Engineers


Friday Fellows


Brother's Keepers

Teaching Enhancements Affecting Minority Students

University Program Council

Support Our Sisters

Trojan Talk





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Fraternity Mission

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.

Success in Our College Communities

Love the website!

Damon Bullock | 07/21/2011

Love the website, Bruhs. Keep up the great work!

Student Success

Ashton M. Lee | 07/19/2011

Student success is of the utmost importance among us in our college communities. What do you think is hindering some from this success that we strive for?

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