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Greetings and welcome to the 296th House of Alpha!


We have entered a new fraternity year with new leadership and renewed spirit of service to our community. I am Bro. Lipsey the newly elected chapter president. Bro. Grant is my vice president and Bro. Clarke now serves as immediate past president.

In 2017 we awarded over $2,000 in the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Ball and Gold Ball Scholarship. In 2018 the Theta Upsilon Lambda chapter has raised over $1,000 for Big Brother Big Sisters, Bowling for Kids Sake and over $800 for March of Dimes March for Babies. We support the Great American Clean Up, Kroger's - Scott's Cancer Day, Real Men Read, Euell A. Wilson Center, and the Black Greek Letter Organization Picnic, and other community events. Our chapter's report can be viewed at 2017 Chapter Year Review.

For more information about our events and sponsorhip opportunites email us at: TUL1906@gmail.com, or contact one of the distinguished men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Return here to read about the manly deeds we are doing in the community. Theta Upsilon Lambda (TUL) has a very rich legacy of community service, advocacy, and leadership in the greater Fort Wayne metropolitan area. The chapter members work diligently throughout each year in donating their time, talents, and finances to these events that benefit our community by providing advocacy, awareness, and assistance to those who are underserved and most in need.

Having been founded in 1966 on the wake of the Civil Rights Movement, TUL has survived turbulent times of racial division, discrimination, and inequalities by remaining viable, proactive, and steadfast to the vision and goals established over 103 years ago by our 7 Fraternity Founders reverently known as the “Jewels.” TUL want all local brothers to enjoy this rich legacy with your participation in our numerous annual activities and special events. TUL continues to develop leaders in our community.


Thank you and God Bless!

Willie Frank Lipsey
Chapter President

"Onward and Upward..."