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The Lodge

Come see our great Lodge ...

At the University of Washington, we proudly uphold the tradition of respecting and maintaining our Lodge.

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Athletics

See our teams in action ...

Our athletic activities are yet another avenue with which we strengthen our relationships among ourselves as well as those with…

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Rush

Join us for a Wednesday Rush BBQ ...

We always have a full schedule of rush events. Check our events calender.

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Social

We enjoy a full social calendar ...

At Chi Psi, we know that an important part of the college experience occurs outside of the classroom.

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The Thayer Trophy
Traditions - A Fraternity of Excellence

Every year since 1921, the Chi Psi National Fraternity has awarded the Thayer Trophy to the most outstanding chapter of Chi Psi.

The Chi Psi Fraternity chapter at the University of Washington was founded in 1921 and from the very beginning we established a tradition of excellence by winning the Thayer Trophy in 1924. Since 1986, we have been finalists for the Thayer Trophy every year and have won it 11 times.

ResultYear
Winner 2013
Finalist 2012
Finalist 2010
Finalist 2009
Winner 2008
Finalist 2007
Winner 2006
Finalist 2005
Finalist 2004
Winner 2003
Finalist 2002
Finalist 2001
Finalist 2000
Finalist 1999
Winner 1998
Finalist 1997
Finalist 1996
Finalist 1995
Winner 1994
Finalist 1993
Winner 1992
Winner 1991
Winner 1990
Winner 1989
Winner 1988
Finalist 1987
Finalist 1986
Winner 1949
Winner

1924

 

 
Brotherhood & Respect
Rush - Rush Values

The first pillar of brotherhood at Chi Psi is respect for each other – you cannot have brotherhood without respect. All individuals in Chi Psi – actives and pledges – are treated equally. Interaction between every member, senior to freshman, is respectful, sincere, and honest with one another.

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