Phi Sigma Kappa Apparel & Merchandise
If youre a brother of Phi Sigma Kappa who is in search of great new paraphernalia, youll find everything you need right here! GreekGear.com has a special section full of Phi Sigma Kappa merchandise including but not limited to paddles, bid day gifts, Phi Sigma Kappa banners, Phi Sigma Kappa clothing, and other unique custom items for the brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity was founded on March 15, 1873 at Massachusetts Agricultural College by Jabez William Clay, Frederick George Campbell, Joseph Franklin Barrett, Xenos Young Clark, William Penn Brooks, Henry Hague. Phi Sigma Kappas cardinal principles are: To Promote Brotherhood, To Stimulate Scholarship, To Develop Character The fraternitys official colors are Silver and Red. There are over 79 chapters of Phi Sigma Kappa. Famous members of Phi Sigma Kappa include former Governor of West Virginia Howard M. Gore and Arnold W. Gingrich, the publisher of Esquire. Phi Sigma Kappa interests should do as much research as possible about the organization. Membership is open to students, faculty, graduate and former students, at and from accredited colleges and universities. If youre already a member, youre probably still celebrating your frats 135th anniversary! Look through GreekGear.com for all kinds of both fun and practical Phi Sigma Kappa paraphernalia. How about a fraternity billfold or some Phi Sigma Kappa banners to renew the look of your frat house? Please browse our complete selection of official Phi Sigma Kappa Greek Merchandise below. Visit the Phi Sigma Kappa National Website - Click here! (http://www.phisigmakappa.org)
- What year was Phi Sigma Kappa founded?
Phi Sigma Kappa was founded in 1873 at Massachusetts Agricultural College.
- What are Phi Sigma Kappa's colors?
The fraternity's official colors are Cardinal Red and silver.
- What is Phi Sigma Kappa's symbol?
Phi Sigma Kappa's symbols are the Triple T's.
- What is Phi Sigma Kappa's motto?
Phi Sigma Kappa's motto is Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.