OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC.
Friendship is Essential to the Soul.
Founded in 1911 at Howard University
Tau Chapter was chartered on May 1st, 1922 at Atlanta University for undergraduate men seeking membership into Omega Psi Phi. Brother Harold H. Thomas, 8th Grand Basileus, and Brother Walter "Big Chief" Aiken, famed Atlanta University football coach, are the chapter's founders. Currently, Thunderin’ Tau Chapter has a member roster which exceeds 100 men and functions as one of several Graduate Chapters in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. Due to its charter as an undergraduate chapter at AU in 1922, an intermediate chapter from 1931 until 2000, and current status as a Graduate Chapter, Tau is the only Chapter in the Fraternity history to have been categorized as all three genres. Tau is definitely a thriving Pearl of Omega Psi Phi and a home for all Brothers who love Omega Dear.
The Eta Omega chapter was founded and chartered in 1919 and is Atlanta’s oldest chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and is the oldest chapter of any black greek letter organization in the state of Georgia. Since its inception, its members have included political, religious, academic, and fraternity leaders on the national and local levels. No matter a brother's personal achievements, Eta Omega chapter members have but one goal: Service to the fraternity and the metropolitan Atlanta community.
The Phi Kappa Kappa chapter is based at Fort McPherson in the southeast portion of Atlanta Georgia. The Hotlanta Military Que chapter consists of brothers from the military bases in the area. It also consists of many non-military affiliated brother making it a formidable force in the Atlanta Area.In July of 1998, 26 brothers of Omega joined together and application was submitted for charter to the International Headquarters. The chapter was duly chartered in December of 1998. Since its inception PKK has sponsored many community service programs and is known for its signature event, its annual Super Bowl party, which raises significant funds for its scholarship programs.