Alpha Psi Officers:
President: Meagan Abraham
Vice President: Claire Ehlen
Treasurer: Jessica Hunt
Education Chair : Katie Gunderson
Education Chair Elect: Kevin Gustafson
Social Chair: Linnea Thraen
Philanthropy Chair: Ashley Kipka
The Alpha Psi Nu Chapter is a social and professional organization for all students at the University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine. All veterinary students are encouraged to join and take part in the many events and activities that we offer.
Please contact us with any questions or suggestions at [email protected]
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In most ways, Alpha Psi is not your stereotypical "fraternity." The house is co-ed, and the only requirement for membership is that you are a veterinary student. We have very few formal club meetings throughout the year, but rather hold many social and educational events.
Dues are $20 for the year.
There are many benefits to being a member of Alpha Psi. Alpha Psi is a well-known organization across the country, and club involvement is something you can put on a resume! You also earn priveleges such as the ability to rent a room in the Alpha Psi house, or to purchase a parking pass (at a low cost) for the Alpha Psi lot. In addition, your membership dues go towards our anual spay day which is member only. This is a great opportunity to learn from and become friends with your colleagues in all classes at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Yes! Anyone is welcome to pay dues and become a member at any time during the year. However, you will receive the most benefits if you join at the beginning of the year.
The Alpha Psi Fraternity House is located on the corner of Commonwealth and Cleveland Avenue, right across from the $4 parking lot on the St. Paul campus. It is only a 5-minute walk from the veterinary school.
The house has space for 8 Alpha Psi members at all times. When a room becomes available, it will be advertised via this website, email, and on Facebook. Rooms are first-come, first-serve, but we alway try to have at least one person living in the house from each class year.