THE HISTORY OF ZETA PSI
Founded June 1, 1847 at New York University, Zeta Psi is one of the oldest collegiate fraternities. Our founders: John Bradt Yates Sommers, William Henry Dayton, and John Moon Skillman came together and formed our core chapter, Phi. Moreover, Zeta Psi operates as chapters at various campuses across five countries: Canada, the US, England, Ireland, and France.
We promote a collaborative learning environment that allows new members to seek advice and help from older members who offer valuable insights from academic and life experiences.
We promote campus involvement, accordingly many brothers are involved in 2-3 extracurricular activities on campus. These organizations range from community service groups to student council, and varsity sports teams on campus.
Perhaps one of our most important values; Zeta Psi brothers firmly believe in giving back to our community. We host and co-sponsor multiple philanthropic events throughout the semester in our local community and the greater London Area.
For over 170 years, Zeta Psi has scaffolded our undergraduate brothers to be better leaders in their careers, their communities, and in service to all humankind. We have been fortunate to have played role in the lives of countless inspirational men throughout the years. Here is a list of some Zetes who have powerfully impacted the world.