Psi Upsilon Traditions at Michigan
1000 Hill Street
Prestigious Michigan Leaders
James B. Angell, former UM president; Charles Mills Gayley, author of "The Yellow and the Blue": and Francis Kelsey, president of the Archaeology Institute of America and Kelsey Museum namesake.
(From left) P. Anthony Ridder, Chairman and CEO of Knight-Ridder; William C. Ford, Vice Chairman of Ford Motor Co., Owner of the Detroit Lions; Tony Fadell, Designer of the iPod
Firm and enduring friendship that lasts a lifetime
The Phi of Psi Upsilon
Founded in 1865, the Phi chapter of Psi Upsilon has over a 150 years of tradition making it one of the most prestigious fraternities at the University of Michigan. The chapter house, located at 1000 Hill Street, is a historic building designed by Albert Kahn - architect of many of the classic buildings at the University of Michigan including the Burton Memorial Tower, Hill Auditorium, the Hatcher Graduate Library, and William L. Clements Library.
Psi Upsilon brothers share similar ideals, hopes and purposes bonded by deep friendship and mutual understanding of lifetime friendships. Fostering high standards, each member embodies timeless ideals, aims, and principles. Each aspires to make a significant contribution to their university, to their fraternity, to their communities and to their country; to adopt and fulfill significant life goals; and to achieve the highest moral, intellectual, and social excellence.