Phi Sigma Kappa

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Phi Sigma Kappa, 2004-2005

Facts and Figures

Greek Letters: ??K
Nickname: Phi Sig; T, Double T, Upside-down T; The Huddlers
Chapter Name: Upsilon Septaton
Colors: Red and Silver
National Founding: March 15, 1873
Clemson Charter: December 5th, 2005
Brothers: 53
Cumulative GPR: 3.06

Local History

Phi Sigma Kappa was founded on Clemson's campus in 2004. Since then, it has grown to over 50 brothers and continues to grow. The brothers participate in a variety of activities, from numerous campus organizations to intramural and club sports. The fraternity's on campus residence is the third floor of Bowen Hall on the Greek Quad. Starting in the fall of 2009, Phi Sig began sponsoring an annual cornhole tournament to benefit the Special Olympics (Phi Sigma Kappa's national charity). On Clemson's campus Phi Sigma Kappa has been consistently in the top 5 IFC fraternities with regards to GPA.

Brotherhood and Social Events

National History

Nationally, Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst by six men. It was the first fraternity at the University, and for many years was only known by their symbol involving three "T's", whose meaning is only known by brothers. Currently there are over 90 chapters nationwide. The fraternity grew in size when it was merged with Phi Sigma Epsilon in 1985. The fraternity's national headquarters are in Indianapolis, IN.

Phi Sigs strive to live by the three cardinal principles of the fraternity: To promote brotherhood, to stimulate scholarship, and to develop character.

External Links

National Phi Sigma Kappa Site
Email address of President:

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