Phi Sigma Kappa is excited to announce three upcoming fall 2013 new expansions!
Starting in August, the Alpha Epsilon Chapter at Emporia State University, the site of the founding of Phi Sigma Epsilon, will be recolonized. Shortly after Emporia State, staff will be arriving in the Philadelphia area to recolonize the Mu Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania, where Phi Sigma Kappa has a long and rich history. Finally, expansion staff will be on campus at Clarion University, the alma mater of Executive Vice President Michael Carey, to recolonize the Nu Pentaton Chapter. Phi Sigma Kappa looks forward to having three new chapters at these universities, and adding three new chapters to the brotherhood!
Below, you will find a link to recommendation form. If you live near any of these schools, are an alumnus, or if you know any current students that you would like to recommend to be founding fathers, please fill out the form and add their contact information. If you have questions or concerns about providing this information, please feel free to reach any member on the Expansion Team.
Thank you for your help in these projects, and we are excited to provide new updates soon!
Phi Sigma Kappa is proud to announce the recolonization of the Delta Deuteron Chapter at the University of Michigan.
On April 9, the Delta Deuteron Chapter associated 16 members, adding two since that time. Brothers from Epsilon Lambda at Eastern Michigan University conducted the Ritual of Association, and alumni from Delta Deuteron, Epsilon Lambda and Sigma Epsilon were in attendance.
The men are continuing to recruit and planning to hold another association for new members next week. Anyone wishing to attend or to send congratulations, contact Colony President James Eccleston at email@example.com.