The Omicron Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was the first Historically Black fraternity(NPHC) to be founded on the campus of Jacksonville University. The Chapter was chartered on March 27, 1999 with founding members Kevin Knatt, Melvin Jones, Bernie Johnson, Dominic Brown, Willie Haywood, Addae Andrews, Gary Portis Caave Stoutt, and Lewis Smith.
The organization was headed under the guidence of Charles H. Malpress, Advisor to the Omicron Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi. The Omicron Delta Chapter was the first addition to Greek life at Jacksonville University since 1992. After 22 years, this Chapter continues to make history while Achieving in every field of human endeavor.
The Jacksonville University Chapter, the Omicron Delta of Kappa Alpha Psi Awarded For Academic Achievement
The Brothers of the Jacksonville University Chapter, the Omicron Delta of Kappa Alpha Psi were recognized at the 2014 C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference in Montgomery, AL for their academic achievement during the Spring 2014 semester. They were recipients of the Southern Province Highest Chapter GPA Academic Award with a combined GPA of 2.99. Brother Brion Youngs, a Summer 2014 Omicron Delta initiate, was the recipient of the Dr. Keflyn X. Reed Undergraduate Academic Scholar Award with a GPA of 4.0 for the Spring 2014 semester. We are extremely proud of our undergraduate brothers as they exemplify Achievement.
Undergraduate Advisor Charles Malpress (center) displaying academic achievement awards with Omicron Delta members Brion Youngs and Evan Dudley at the 2014 C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference in Montgomery, AL