About Cincy Nupes
The Cincinnati Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
The Cincinnati Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was founded approximately twelve years after Kappa Alpha Psi was incorporated as a National Greek Letter College Fraternity. The founders, with Phi Nu Pi as their motto, and achievement as a goal, were; L.R. Breedlove, Ray Clark, Ned Dunham, H.L. Hunter, and James Ross. It was through their dedication that the Cincinnati Alumni Chapter attained its charter and was incorporated under the laws of the state of Ohio in 1923.
After approximately sixteen years of successful social endeavors, the Cincinnati Alumni Chapter turned its goals to the aims of colleges and universities; that of providing a climate within which students may acquire a social moral, intellectual, and social basis for meaningful and effective living. Thus came the birth of the Cincinnati Kappa Alpha Psi Undergraduate Chapter, Beta Eta, in 1939.
The Cincinnati Alumni Chapter is home of the first African American Millionaire in Cincinnati, Donald C. Spencer. The chapter is also home to two Laurel Wreath Awardees in the fraternity’s history in Judge Nathaniel Jones and Dr. Alvin Crawford. The strong tradition and history of the chapter will continue to grow into the 21st century.
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