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Membership Information

Psi Phi Omega Chapter welcomes all members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. If you are looking for a chapter home where you can be deeply inspired by community and business leaders who strive to make a difference; be amongst sisters where friendship is the center of all relationships; and, participate in “roll-up the sleeves” community work that is heartfelt and valuable to those in need — then you must come visit with us. We care greatly about the people in East Baltimore City, and we would love for you to be a part of our movement to create a timeless legacy of Excellence, Spirituality, and Compassion in this community.


The members of the Psi Phi Omega Chapter of Baltimore, Maryland welcome all members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Since being chartered on February 16, 2014, we have continued to uphold the ideals that our founders envisioned for service thru leadership, education, and community involvement. Since the humble beginnings of Psi Phi Omega we have grown and with you as part of our family we look forward to continued growth. We hope you find your home with us as we continue to grow and service all mankind. For more information on updating your membership status, please visit http://www.aka1908.com/membership/reactivation.

Prospective Members

The Sorority’s official graduate Membership Intake Process (MIP) is by invitation only through one of our local graduate chapters and may not be solicited. Chapters host public events, such as forums, cultural presentations and social activities, which you may wish to attend in order to become acquainted with Sorority members and their community service activities in your area. For additional information regarding membership, please visit http://aka1908.com/membership/aspiring-or-prospective-members

Meeting Information

In accordance with National Standard Operating Guidelines and/or Chapter Protocol, visiting members are asked to provide two forms of identification (one primary and one secondary) for meeting entry. Primary identifications may include any government issued ID. Secondary identifications may include, but are not limited to:
  • A current or past financial card (in most cases, the name listed should match the primary ID; exceptions: maiden name, married name)
  • A copy of your original membership certificate signed by our National Office
  • A receipt from a Cluster, Regional Conference or Boule that contains your name
  • An invitation from an attending chapter member
Business attire is required for every chapter meeting. Chapter meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month excluding the months of July and August. Chapter meetings begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. First time visitors are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early as credentials are verified prior to admitting new members into the meeting.