Phi Kappa Sigma

Phi Kappa Sigma is more than a club to join during college; it is an invaluable learning experience, a philosophy for living and a life-long commitment. Along with the Ritual, our purpose and principles state what our organization is and who we are as brothers of our fraternity. All brothers take an oath to uphold these ideals, and it is up to all to ensure that we, present and future, learn and understand what is required to incorporate being a true Phi Kap in our local chapters, schools, communities, and our lives after school.

Prospective Members/Parents

The vison of Phi Kappa Sigma is “Lifelong growth and development of the Fraternity and its members.” This focus makes a perfect practice field for growing personally, refining life skills, developing leadership, and experiencing real-world situations in a safe, supportive environment. We hope you take a click through our materials and programs, but feel free to reach out should you have any questions. Good luck with your fraternal search!

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Active Members

As a modern-day college graduate, it is assumed that you not only know what is being taught in the classroom but also that you have gained the emotional intelligence to thrive in the work place. Participation in Phi Kappa Sigma’s curriculum is meant to shape you into more than just a productive member of society, but leaders that possess steadfast values and a duty to help their fellow man. The principles that we learn and practice are what gives us a philosophical guide on how to be a better man.

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Long after we have left the classrooms, our campus and our fraternity, the experiences and friendships formed during our college years will continue to pay dividends. The organization and the support that the men before us have provided to us, is the same support and guidance that we must afford the next generation of Phi Kappa Sigma. Our commitment to our brothers is something that must be shared with a sense of fulfillment and greater reach. After all, “Once a Phi Kap, Always A Phi Kap.”

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