Greetings,

Welcome to the official website of Nu Omega Chapter. We are the largest Omega Chapter in the Tenth District and the oldest graduate chapter in Michigan.

Nu Omega Chapter has distinguished itself as a leader of service for citizens in the Detroit Area. Throughout our 97-year history, Nu Omega Chapter has served the Detroit community through various programs including but not limited to:

1. Scholarships for youth
2. Support of the Fine Arts (Talent Hunt Program)
3. Summer employment opportunities for youth
4. Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for the underserved population of Detroit

Please take a moment to view our site. Additional information on our chapter history and our various social action programs are included. Our upcoming calendar of events, which are regularly updated, is posted and open to the public. Thank you for taking the time to experience our website and we look forward to your support.

Fraternally,

Timothy D. Anderson  
Basileus
Nu Omega Chapter

NU OMEGA CHAPTER FACTS

"DETROIT QUES!"

 

1923

Dr. Dewitt T. Burton, Francis M. Dent, Odie T. Davis, Charles Washington, David Smith and Livingston Jeffries, chartered the Nu Omega graduate chapter of Detroit, in 1923.
 
 

1942

Brother Isabel helped make it possible for Brothers Dent, Burton, Jeffries, Davis, Smith and Washington to acquire the Historic Omega House located at 235 East Ferry, Detroit, Michigan, in 1942. This property is one of the oldest continuously owned properties by a chapter in the fraternity’s history. Nu Omega is the largest chapter in the 10th District and one of the largest in the fraternity.
 
 

Members

The Strength of our Chapter lies In The diversity of our membership. We have Brothers of various ages and professional backgrounds in Military Service, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Technology, Finance, Politics, Law Enforcement, Education and Non-Profit Leadership.
 
 

Programs

In keeping with the goals of the fraternity, men of Nu Omega have sponsored many projects for the improvement of Detroit's African-American community. Several noteworthy projects include the granting of college scholarship awards to deserving students and sponsoring a national talent hunt directed at seeking students with outstanding musical ability. Over the years Nu Omega has donated in excess of $500,000 to the United Negro College Fund.
 

SUPPORT US

Together we can continue providing services that empower and transform the lives in our community.  We rely on the generosity of people like you to support our organization.  Help us strengthen our advocacy by donating funds to address current issues, concerns, and needs that impact our community.