In 1873, at Massachusetts Agricultural College in Amherst, now the University of Massachusetts, six men of varied backgrounds, ages, abilities, and goals in life decided to start their own fraternity "to promote morality, learning and social culture." They wanted to create an organization that provided a life-changing experience for young men and bonds that would last a lifetime. This vision became a reality and Phi Sigma Kappa was born.
Today, Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity is one of the most progressive men's general fraternities in North America with more than 100,000 initiated members, 60,000 alumni and approximately 80 chapters at colleges and universities. The Fraternity is committed to its core values of:
Commit to Lifelong Learning
Meet Challenges with Innovation
Value Brotherhood Above Self
We expect our members to carry these ideals with them in all aspects of life. Phi Sigma Kappa is a leader among Greek organizations providing leadership training, scholarships, and resources to our chapters across the United States.
Phi Sigma Kappa is committed to working alongside colleges and universities to provide an experience that complements higher education by providing young men with leadership development, networking, and lifelong friendships.
To learn more about Phi Sigma Kappa and its traditions, principles, and ideals, please read additional sections of our website. You will learn more about our history, mission, and leadership.
As a parent/guardian you are an important part of the Phi Sig family and we look forward to sharing the fraternal experience with you. We encourage you to sign up for the Phi Sig Parents Circle so that you can continue to stay connected to Phi Sig!
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