Omega Psi Phi Fratenity, Inc.

Omega Psi Phi was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C., on November 17, 1911, and was the first Greek-letter organization for men on the campus. The founders, Edgar A. Love, Oscar J. Cooper, Frank Coleman, and Ernest E. Just, established the fraternity on a foundation of faith in basic ethical standards and in the ultimate victory of right, and upon trust in the destiny of the African American people. The bonds that existed among these founders were among the strongest bonds that bind, being based on religion, culture, and tradition. The faith of these founders has endured and has advanced a college fraternity that has benefitted thousands of men who have followed in the past fifty years.
The Rho Theta chapter was chartered at Prairie View A&M University on April 25, 1970 by Bro. Bobby Duncan and Bro. Philip Scrambling.
Mentoring programs, scholarship program, food drive, beat the heat campaign, memorial services, Thanksgiving turkey drive in Waller County, clothing drive Waller Habitat for Humanity Project, Houston Food Bank various community service activities on Campus

Advisor: James Dixon