Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

The Black Alumni Reunions have been greatly successful in achieving their original objectives of bringing black alumni back to campus, increasing the number of black alumni as members of the alumni association and in providing scholarship funds to black students from black alumni. Prior to the first black alumni reunion [...]

Honoring the Past

The Upsilon Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Multicultural Center, Black Alumni Society, Department of Sociology and friends of Dr. Gordon Morgan will host a book signing and reception for Dr. Gordon Morgan for the recent release of his book, “Sixty Years a Que” on Thursday, Nov. 17 [...]

Dr. Gordon Morgan’s “Sixty Years a Que” Book Signing

The Gamma Eta Chapter and the Upsilon Chi Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. recently celebrated Omega Psi Phi Achievement Week. During the ceremony, several awards were given for Citizen of the Year, Omega Man of the Year, and the Founder’s Award. The highlight of the program was Upsilon Chi and Gamma Eta Chapters acknowledging Bro. Dr. Gordon Morgan as the "Original Bridge Builder."

Dr. Morgan Receives Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Award

The University of Arkansas holds many memories for Jonathon Modica. As an institution with a "great athletic reputation and culture," he recalls the times he spent on the basketball court in Bud Walton Arena playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks and his involvement in Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. as two of his most memorable experiences as an undergraduate student. However, when considering what impacted him the most while attending the University, he attributes the opportunity to build relationships among faculty members and alumni as one of the most beneficial aspects of his academic career.

Professors Continue to Serve as Mentors For Jonathon Modica