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In Retrospect

Beta Chapter's

110th Anniversary

Welcome to the celebration of the 110th Anniversary of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity's Beta Chapter, presented through an inspiring documentary! Join us as we delve into the rich history and profound impact of our fraternity, spotlighting the core values of Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. Through the heartfelt accounts and experiences of our esteemed Beta Chapter members

110 Years Strong:
A Weekend of Brotherhood and Elegance with Beta Chapter

Step into the world of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Beta Chapter as we celebrate 110 years of brotherhood and service. Our anniversary weekend was filled with laughter at the Friday Night Comedy Show, brunch camaraderie at the Breakfast with Da Bruhz Brunch Party, and reflection at the Anniversary Banquet. The festivities culminated in an electrifying After Party Gala. Join us as we relive the highlights of this unforgettable weekend, showcasing the essence of Beta Chapter's legacy and the bond that unites us.

On February 6, 1914, Brothers Oscar James Cooper, William Griffith Brannon and John M. McMorries were dispatched to Lincoln University to establish BETA Chapter despite the faculty's restriction on expansion. 

Mrs. Charlotte N. Wilson, better known as "Lottie B." Wilson, who had become familiarized with these men and their intentions, aided them in their quest.  She opened her humble home to them and that same evening, BETA Chapter with the induction of 20 charter members was established.

From that memorable evening to the present, BETA Chapter has been known as the "First Stepping Stone of Omega's Expansion."  As the Fraternity flourished as a whole, so did BETA Chapter in its own ways.


Nationally Mandated

Beta Chapter History

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In Memoriam

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