In the fall of 1998, four friends decided to establish the first Indian Brotherhood at Texas A&M University. Together they created Brothers of India, a premier South Asian brotherhood founded upon service and core Aggie values such as loyalty, integrity, excellence, leadership, and respect. Later on, Brothers of India was changed to Chi Psi Beta Fraternity, Inc. Chi Psi Beta continues to be a leading South Asian Fraternity that exemplifies a strong brotherhood and dedication to service in order have an impact far beyond Texas A&M.
Chi Psi Beta was founded with the purpose of service and brotherhood. The goals of Chi Psi Beta here at Texas A&M are to assimilate the Indian and American cultures, create a strong brotherhood among Indians, and give back to the local community through various service projects.
The fraternity serves within the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC). Chi Psi Beta hosts two different philanthropy events throughout the academic year. These events encompass health issues that are of particular importance to the South Asian community.
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