Phi Sigma Kappa (Φ Σ Κ)
MU SEPTATON CHAPTER
FOUNDED: 1873, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS
CHARTERED AT DELAWARE: 1995
PHILANTHROPY: SPECIAL OLYMPICS
COLORS: SILVER AND RED
SYMBOL: COAT OF ARMS
LOCAL WEBSITE: http://udel.edu/stu-org/psk/
NATIONAL WEBSITE: www.phisigmakappa.org
Brotherhood, Scholarship and Character. The pursuit of Justice, Wisdom and Honor.
137 years after our founding at the University of Massachusetts, the Cardinal Principles of Phi Sigma Kappa remain an integral part of our daily lives. Membership in the Fraternity teaches us not only the benefits of being a fraternity man, but also the importance of being a better man.
Phi Sigma Kappa is an extraordinary Fraternity with a storied past and promising future. Since 1873, our members have been pioneers in business, law, medicine, politics, higher education, science, athletics and nearly every other field imaginable. Our brothers - both undergraduate and alumni - seek to serve as model citizens in a contemporary world that is not always conducive to fraternity membership. They seek to break down the stereotypes of falsehood and construct relationships built on honesty, respect and compassion.
For generations, our alumni members have served as role models to the future leaders of both our country and abroad. Whether they have drafted legislative policy in the U.S. Senate, performed scientific experiments aboard NASA's space shuttle, guided the world's largest and most successful company or conducted life-enhancing AIDS research, our members truly do make a difference in the world.
Here at the University of Delaware, we have an average size undergraduate brotherhood of 30-40 men. We share a tight knit bond with one another and are always there for a brother in need. We're very active in the community and University, taking part in community cleanups, running philanthropic events for Special Olympics, spreading cheer at holidays, competing in intramural sports, supporting University teams, sponsoring speakers, stimulating scholarship, and much more. With all of our events, social or scholarly, our chapter seeks to promote brotherhood and develop character in all our members.
So come out to our rush and see what it's like to be one of the DAMN PROUD!
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