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Gamma Xi Chapter was chartered on February 24, 1947 by Alpha Delta Chapter at University of Southern California.  The 32 charter members of Gamma Xi are as follows Bros. Harold Ballard, Ray Barlett, William Berkeley, Robert Boswell,  Emerson Chapman, Dr. Payton Cook, Olston Forest Artis ,Grant Morris, Hampton J. Rudolph, Henderson William Howell, Albert James, Harry T. Jones, WIlliam Lacefield ,  Arthur A. Lewis, Don Barkdale, Eugene Little, Samuel Miller ,Henry Melton ,Davade Miner ,  Joe Oliver ,  William Paterson ,Alfred Quinn ,Stanley Robertson, Enoch Spann , Alda Tabor, William Thompson , Darrington Weaver, Charles Weaver, Don Wortham, William Wynn,  and Paul Weaver.

Gamma Xi Chapter chartered Pi Kappa Chapter at California State University, Northridge on  September 7, 1984. Three Years later the chapter went on to become the first Western Region Chapter to hold the highest college chapter honor  of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc as 1987 College Chapter of  the Year. 

The legacy of achievement continues even though UCLA continues to admit fewer number of African American men each year (this year less than 25out of entering class of 2004).  Recently, the brothers of the Gamma Xi Chapter won Back to Back  Chapter with Highest GPA (2002-2003, 2003-2004), 2004 Western Region Collegiate Scholars Bowl Champions,  Back to Back to Back  Western Region College Brothers of the Year( 2002- Bro. J. A. Matthews, 2003- Bro. G. A. Turner and 2004 Bro. N. L. Neal).