About Psi Upsilon, Zeta Chapter

The Zeta Chapter of Psi Upsilon International Fraternity (“Psi U”) was founded at Dartmouth in 1842, the first fraternity at Dartmouth College. In 1907, Psi Upsilon built the wood frame house it still occupies, designed by noted New Jersey theater architect and Dartmouth alumnus Fred Wesley Wentworth.

Several additions during the latter half of the twentieth century greatly improved the structure, which houses around twenty brothers each year. The house most recently underwent substantial renovations during the spring of 2006. F. Scott Fitzgerald famously enjoyed the 1938 Winter Carnival in the Psi Upsilon chapter house.

For over 170 years, the Psi Upsilon Zeta chapter has been characterized by our strong bonds of brotherhood. We are proud today as we continue to support the excellence of our undergraduates and celebrate the accomplishments of our alumni.

Together, we can chart a long and positive future for the Greek system, ensuring that it remains a viable and responsible member of the community, contributing to the academic, social, and extracurricular life at Dartmouth and across the Upper Valley and beyond.

Moving Dartmouth Forward — The Greek Proposal


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