First of all, congratulations!
Your child has completed the challenge of high school and is ready to get kicked off in college, congrats!
If you’re reading this, it likely means that your student is interested in joining Phi Sigma Phi. We know how big of a decision college is for both you and your student, so we’ve compiled some information to help you learn more about Phi Sigma Phi, who we are, and what we are about.
Founded: July 30, 1988
Official Colors: Cardinal Red & Silver
Fraternity Motto: The Golden Rule
Fraternity Magazine: The Equilateral
National Headquarters: Located in Morgantown, WV.
Dedication since 1988.
The history of Phi Sigma Phi begins not so much with an actual date, but rather with the evolution of ideals and dedication to independence and freedom of choice.
On July 30, 1988, in South Bend, Indiana, Phi Sigma Phi National Fraternity was formally organized to serve as a national organization, uniting college men who wished to share in the spirit of true friendship and brotherhood.
Years of fraternity experience and know-how laid the foundation of this new national fraternity.
Build your resume and run for an e-bopard position or gain experience by throwing philanthropy events, fundraisers and mixers!
Prepare yourself for life long after college with our alumni network of hundreds of brothers working in various fields.
Surround yourself with brothers, tutors, friends from various backgrounds to aid one another academically with chapter resources.
The Dean Rockwell Scholarship
The Dean Rockwell Scholarship is provided to one member from each chapter and a graduate student, with cash prizes of up to $3000. The Dean Rockwell Scholarship is named after our founder, Olympian, and Navy Cross recipient. Winners are highly qualified and represent the foundational principles of Phi Sigma Phi as well as exude the Rockwell Spirit. We are one of the only social fraternities in America to offer a scholarship to a member at every single chapter. We are thankful for this partnership with the Phoenix 7 Foundation (501c3) and appreciate the contributions to our membership and their successes.