Become a Brother
You came to college to be a student, to better yourself, and eventually to become a college graduate who inspires positive change in the world in which we live.
But you could be more.
Contrary to the beliefs of some, college does not require a single focus. On the contrary, those who are most successful are involved in every facet of college life, from academics to service to participation in any number of student- and faculty-run organizations, and yes, even social life plays a role in the college experience.
As Phi Kaps, we believe that the man who is most involved, most knowledgeable, and best connected with his colleagues and classmates fares the best and inspires the biggest change after college.
And we have a great time doing it.
When you make the decision to rush Phi Kappa Sigma, you are making the decision to commit to academic excellence, explore the countless developmental leadership opportunities our organization has to offer, and, most importantly, pursue a life of greatness as a man of honor.
Brotherhood in Phi Kappa Sigma is lifelong. As a new member (no pledges here!), you will be mentored by older members of your chapter. They will help you adjust to college life, make friends, and be successful in your classes. All undergraduate members have access to $85,000+ in need- and merit-based scholarships funded by the Phi Kappa Sigma Foundation as well as to our annual Men of Honor leadership institute, which will help you develop the leadership skills needed to take charge of your own life.
Alumni members enter into a network of 50,000+ other Phi Kaps who are bound not only by a commitment to succeed but to help their brothers succeed as well. Notable alumni like astronaut Roger Chaffee, sports commentator Skip Bayless, Disney CEO Card Walker, celebrated writer Tom Wolfe, and Harvard University President Derek C. Bok are only a few members of our highly diverse alumni network who have affected real, positive change in the world.
So if you want to get the most out of your college experience and join an organization that celebrates diversity, supports personal development, and helps you even after college, then you came to the right place.
The tools for success are at your fingertips. Are you ready?