Phi Sigma Phi to Establish Alpha Epsilon Colony at University of Wisconsin – Madison
MADISON, WI – The University of Wisconsin-Madison will be Phi Sigma Phi National Fraternity’s newest colony in the Badger State. On September 18, 2021, the UW-Madison group – named the Alpha Epsilon Colony – will join the ten other chapters and colonies of the organization that lead with the values of honor, justice and wisdom. Alpha Epsilon will also be the third colony/chapter to currently reside in Wisconsin – joined by chapters at University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point (Kappa) and University of Wisconsin – Stout (Omega). The Alpha Epsilon colony joins a thriving Greek system at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and will set to establish itself as a strong member of the Greek and University communities.
When asked to comment on this expansion opportunity, Dustin Blankenship, Phi Sigma Phi National President, said “. . . [W]e are very excited for the opportunity to spread our fraternity’s values and grow our footprint in the State of Wisconsin. We have multiple expansion targets in Wisconsin currently and UW-Madison was a natural fit for our organization. We have a great group of guys that we call our brothers, so of course we want more campuses to know what we are about, and why Phi Sigma Phi is worth joining.”
Phi Sigma Phi National Fraternity, Inc. was established in 1988, and just celebrated its 33rd anniversary at its convention held last summer in Madison, Wisconsin. This year, the fraternity will meet with chapters across the country for a weekend in Dayton, Ohio, for its annual convention and bi-annual Conclave event.
If you have any questions regarding expansion to other universities, or other comments, visit https://phisigmaphi.org/expansion/.
Phi Sigma Phi National Fraternity, Inc. is a 501(c)(7) non-profit fraternal organization that promotes the betterment of men on college campuses, and promotes diversity and inclusivity amongst its membership.